Wednesday, November 21

New York Public Library Librarians Best 10 Picks for 2018

Tuesday, November 20

World Children's Day November 20th

Monday, November 19

Non-Fiction Book Discussion Tuesday November 20th


DOPESICK by Beth Macy The Non-Fiction Book Discussion returns to favorite author, Beth Macy! Kirkus 2018 finalist for Non-Fiction, her latest book was described as "harrowing travels though the land of the hyper-medication, courtesy of hoplessness, poverty and large pharmaceutical companies.' Copies of the book are available at the circulation desk. Book Discussion: 7:00-8:00 pm Rambo Hall, Bellmore Presbyterian Church, 2740 Martin Avenue, close to Bellmore Avenue.


 CONTACT: Jeanne Lettieri 516-785-6260 jlettieri@northbellmorelibrary.org

Sunday, November 18

Friday, November 16

Looking for a great YA Book-here is some help!

YALSA's Teen Book FinderYalsa's (Young Adult Library Services Association) Teen Book Finder is a free online databaase app to help teens access nearly 4000 titles, recognized YALSA awards and lists on their smatphone.


Have an Android phone? Download the Android version now!

Have an iPod Touch or an iPhone? Download the iOS app now!

                  App features include:
  • a homepage featuring three titles from the database, refreshed each day
  • the ability to search for books by author, title, award/list year, genre, by award, and by book list
  • a Find It! button, powered by the OCLC WorldCat Search API, that will show users where to find the book in a nearby library
  • a Favorites button, to create an individualized booklist
  • the ability to share books from the Teen Book Finder on Twitter and Facebook

75th Anniversary of A Tree Grows In Brooklyn by Betty Smith

Seventy five years ago when A Tree Grows in Brooklyn was first published, the world was introduced to Francie Nolan, who visited Williamsburg’s Leonard Library and found that “from that time on, the world was hers for the reading.” Leonard Library is a literary landmark!

Thursday, November 15

LIT Movie Event 4PM November 16th

Wednesday, November 14

Tuesday, November 13

Stan Lee, Marvel Comics Publisher Behind Spider-Man, X-Men, Dead At 95

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THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING US TO BELIEVE IN SUPER HEROES!!!!

Saturday, November 10

"While only one day of the year is dedicated solely to honoring our veterans, Americans must never forget the sacrifices that many of our fellow countrymen have made to defend our country and protect our freedoms." — Randy Neugebauer


Thursday, November 8

Wednesday, November 7

Monday, November 5

Exercise Your Right To Vote!!!! The Library Is Open on Election Day!

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In 1845, the United States was largely an agrarian society. Farmers often needed a full day to travel by horse-drawn vehicles to the county seat to vote. Tuesday was established as election day because it did not interfere with the Biblical Sabbath or with market day. WOW!!!
Definition of Election Day. : a day legally established for the election of public officials especially : the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November in an even year designated for national elections in the U.S. and observed as a legal holiday in many states.

Friday, October 26

Thursday, October 25

Tuesday, October 23


Coming in January…..
Print-on-Demand Museum Passes!!
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Reserve and print out your entry pass online right at home-- then enjoy your museum!
No need to pick up or return the pass at the library.
Many of the museums we subscribe to offer this method.  We will be converting several of our museum passes to Print On Demand (POD) on January 1st. 

Stay tuned for details! 

Friday, October 12

The Great Give Back!!!!!!!




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On Saturday, October 13th libraries across Long Island are hosting a variety of different initiatives that will allow us to help those in need. Please join us for a day of community 
service, family and fun as we host the following:
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THANK YOU VETERANS!
Drop in anytime to decorate cards and write letters 
to honor and thank our Veterans for their service. We will collaborate with Operation Gratitude, and their mission to express appreciation for the sacrifices of our Military. Our cards and letters will be 
included in the care packages sent to Military 
Veterans all across the country.

Birthday in a Box
BIRTHDAY BOXES
Our Library is hosting a Birthday Party Supply drive in collaboration with Birthday Wishes, a local charity with a mission to provide birthday parties to children experiencing homelessness. Collection boxes will be in the Library from October 13th through November 13th. Help make a child’s birthday special. Donate new, unopened birthday supplies such as themed plastic tablecloths, birthday banners, party hats, blowers, balloons, disposable cake pans, juice boxes, birthday plates and napkins (no solids) and unwrapped toys. After our collection is complete, we will host a Birthday Box fill and assembly party to get our boxes ready for 
delivery. Stay tuned for the date.



Thursday, October 4

New Museum Pass!

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The Frick Collection

A premier museum and research center, The Frick Collection is known for its distinguished Old Master paintings and outstanding examples of European sculpture and decorative arts.  It is housed in a Gilded Age mansion on Fifth Avenue and
 E. 70th Street, former home of industrialist Henry Clay Frick.   Learn more at frick.org 

Pass kit allows entry for up to 4 visitors. Reserve at our website or contact Reference for help.   (Please note: this museum does not admit children under 10 years old.)


Wednesday, September 26

Great American Read

The Great American Read


THE GREAT AMERICAN READ is searching for the country’s best-loved novel.   PBS and the producers worked with the public opinion polling service “YouGov” to conduct a demographically and statistically representative survey asking Americans to name their most-loved novel. Approximately 7,200 people participated.  Come to the North Bellmore Library and pick up or reserve one of these books on the The Great American Read list. Explore the book list and visit the book pages to learn more. You can also print a checklist of the books.