Jacqueline Danziger

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This New Year, exercise your #RightToLibrary with some eResource that can help you achieve your goals or create new ones. It's all free with your San José Public Library card.Read more...
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November is National Native American Heritage Month. Help us celebrate by checking out some superb eBooks and eMedia.Read more...
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September 15 – October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. Celebrate the contributions and cultures of Hispanic and Latinx Americans with these wonderful eResources from your library!Read more...
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Need a little help with homework and school projects? Your library has some great eResources to get your school year off to a good start.Read more...
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July is coming to a close, but there is still time to celebrate National Ice Cream Month! Actually, we think that any time is a good time to celebrate with ice cream. Do you want delicious recipes, but find that those thick cookbooks take up way too much room? Here are some yummy eBooks that you can check out from the library, and they won't take up any space on your shelves! These recipes look like fun and some are super easy to make. Bon Appétit! All you need is your library card to access these wonderful eResources for free!...Read more...
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Celebrate LGBT Pride! June is national Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month. We celebrate every June to commemorate the historic Stonewall riots (a key point in the Gay Liberation Movement in the U.S.), celebrate our LGBT communities, and honor the contributions that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender people have made to our world. LGBT eResources for Teens LGBT eResources for Adult Readers LGBT eResources for Kids George is also available in Spoken eBook format You can borrow all of these LGBT-themed titles (and much more) free with your library card . Browse more in our library catalog or...Read more...
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Celebrate Autism Awareness this April! Did you know that, according to the CDC, about 1 in 68 children are identified as being on the Autism Spectrum? That's a lot of our friends, neighbors, and even some of our family members! The month of April is Autism Awareness Month, and we are celebrating and creating deeper understanding of community members with autism by introducing you to some fabulous eResources promoting awareness of people on the Autism Spectrum and neurodiversity. eBooks Here are just a few examples of the range of eBooks we have on the topics of the Autism Spectrum and...Read more...
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Are you a fan of music? Rock’s Backpages is the place to find the best articles in popular music journalism over the last fifty years.Read more...
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TumbleBooks: Fun for Young Readers TumbleBooks has a lot to offer to young readers! TumbleBooks is a one-stop resource where kids can find animated picture books, access Read-Along books, as well as explore eBooks and graphic novels. TumbleBooks also has videos, songs, puzzles, and games! All you need is your library card number to access everything that TumbleBooks provides, for free. Talk, Read, & Sing with TumbleBooks How Do I Use TumbleBooks? Near the top of the TumbleBooks* homepage, you will find colorful tabs that will take you to: (*Log into TumbleBooks with your library card number in order to...Read more...