We apologize but the McGraw program on Considering Adoption has been canceled.
We promised last year that the Irondequoit Public Library Foundation would undertake a fund raising campaign to help hold down the cost of the new library. The campaign has begun! Money raised will pay for furniture, fixtures and equipment for the new library. There are also naming opportunities. Please consider a donation. See our fund raising letter and pledge form below. Click to make them larger. If you wish to contribute please fill out and send in the pledge form. You can also donate online at: irondequoitlibraryfoundation.com!
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Fund Raiser Form
February 27th, 2015 by John in Adults, New on the Shelves · No Comments ·
Welcome to the first edition of Iron Library Radio, a monthly playlist of songs from some of the Irondequoit Library’s most recent music purchases. Listen to all the songs below (a Spotify account is required) or at Spotify.com.
Call the library at 336-6060 (McGraw) or 336-6062 (Evans) to place any of these albums on hold.
New Music For February 2015
February 26th, 2015 by IPLAcquisitions in Adults, New on the Shelves · No Comments ·
Here are some of the new titles we’ve ordered:
A fictionalized account of the little-known and tumultuous love story of “Sisi,” the Austro-Hungarian Empress and captivating wife of Emperor Franz Joseph, offers a glimpse into the intriguing royal family, shedding new light on the Hapsburg Empire.
Conducting a special photo-reconnaissance mission in World War II Dresden, two British pilots are shot down and try to escape on an SS senior soldier train only to land in a mental hospital where patients are subjected to experimental therapies.
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February 25th, 2015 by Melanie in New on the Shelves, Teens · No Comments ·
Beneath by Roland SmithRoland Smith, the master of middle-grade adventure, returns with a new novel full of high-speed chases, secret identities, and a dangerous underground world.
Pat Borroughs has always idolized his older brother, Coop. He’s even helped Coop with some of his crazier plans — even risking his life to help his big brother dig a tunnel underneath their entire Washington, D.C., neighborhood. Coop is…different. He doesn’t talk on the phone, doesn’t use email, and doesn’t have friends. He’s never really cared for anything but the thrill of being underground and Pat. So it’s no surprise to anyone — even Pat — that after a huge fight with their parents, Coop runs away. Exactly one year later, Pat receives a package containing a digital voice recorder and a cryptic message from his brother. He follows the clues to New York City, and soon discovers that Coop has joined the Colony, a self-sufficient community living beneath the streets. Now it’s up to Pat to find his brother–and bring him home.
I Totally Funniest: A Middle School Story by James PattersonJamie Grimm is back and better than ever in the third episode of James Patterson’s bestselling I FUNNY series. Finding himself one step closer to his dream of being the best kid comic in the world, Jamie faces his biggest challenge yet.
After scoring big on national TV in the semifinals contest, everyone back home is jumping on the Jamie Grimm bandwagon, and all the attention might be going to his head. Not only are his friendships starting to suffer, but the pressure of coming up with his best material ever for the ultimate standup act to snag the final win in Hollywood is pushing Jamie to the brink. Suddenly, life isn’t looking very funny anymore. Can Jamie take the grand prize without pushing away his fans, friends and family?
The Rule of 3: Fight for Power by Eric WaltersThe world keeps getting darker in this second reality-based survival adventure in the Rule of Three trilogy
After sixty-six days of a catastrophic global blackout, life in the suburbs is not what it used to be for Adam and his fortified neighborhood of Eden Mills. Although an explosive clash has minimized one threat from outside the walls, Adam’s battle-hardened mentor, Herb, continues to make decisions in the name of security that are increasingly wrenching and questionable. Like his police chief mom and others, Adam will follow Herb’s lead. But when the next threat comes from an unexpected direction, nobody is ready for it. And someone is going to pay the price—because of Adam’s mistakes and mistaken trust.
Love, Lucy by April LindnerWhile backpacking through Florence, Italy, during the summer before she heads off to college, Lucy Sommersworth finds herself falling in love with the culture, the architecture, the food…and Jesse Palladino, a handsome street musician. After a whirlwind romance, Lucy returns home, determined to move on from her “vacation flirtation.” But just because summer is over doesn’t mean Lucy and Jesse are over, too.
In this coming-of-age romance, April Lindner perfectly captures the highs and lows of a summer love that might just be meant to last beyond the season.
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February 24th, 2015 by friends in Adults, Friends of the Library, Kids, Teens · No Comments ·
Sunday, March 8, 2015
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
St. Paul Exempt Firemen’s Home, 690 Thomas Ave
The Friends of the Irondequoit Library will be hosting a Game Day on Sunday, March 8 at the St. Paul Exempt Firemen’s Home (690 Thomas Ave).
Game Day will be fun for all ages and will includes games, snacks, hot drinks, a cash bar, and a Life-Size Candy Land Board! Tickets are $3 per person or $10 per family and can be purchased at either branch of the Irondequoit Library or at the door on the day of the event. But hurry, space is limited.
All proceeds from the Friends of the Library Game Day will benefit library programs for children, teens, and adults.
February 23rd, 2015 by John in Adults, New on the Shelves · No Comments ·
Birdman, which stars Michael Keaton as an action movie actor trying to produce a serious play, won the Oscar for Best Picture during last night’s Academy Awards show. Both branches of the Irondequoit Public Library own a copy of Birdman, so if you missed it in the theater, be sure to put your hold request in now.
Holds can be placed online through the MCLS Catalog or you can call either branch of the library at 336-6060 (McGraw) or 336-6062 (Evans).