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Children's books and adult books—all at rock-bottom prices. All genres. Some DVDs, CDs, and classic VHS tapes. Always some surprises. See the side bar to the right for more details!
It is an honor to have been hired as the director of the William Jeanes Memorial Library and Nicholas and Athena Karabots Center for Learning. I look forward to getting to know and work with the community. So far, it I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know and work with the staff, the Board of Directors, the Friends of the Library, the Township Supervisors and some of the Township employees.
My husband (Peter), three children (Rachel, Sophia and Aidan) and I have lived in Media, PA for 24 years. I am originally from Long Island, went to college in New England and moved to Raleigh, NC where Peter was in graduate school.
Prior to obtaining my MLS from Drexel University, I received my BA degree in psychology and fine arts. I worked as a clinical social worker until we moved to PA. We had two children in tow (Aidan was born in PA) and faced sticker shock after living in the South. So, I took a part-time position as a library assistant and fell in love with the profession.
I moved from working as a library assistant at the Middletown Free Library to becoming a children’s librarian at Lansdowne Public Library and then onto the director’s position. After Lansdowne, I became the director at Haverford Township Free Library. All three are in Delaware County.
Aside from my work in libraries, I greatly enjoy traveling, camping and hiking, gardening, working in my studio, laughing with my family, movies and music and, needless to say, reading and listening to books.
PLEASE, stop by and introduce yourself. I want to hear from all in the community. The William Jeanes Memorial Library and Nicholas and Athena Karabots Center for Learning is YOUR library and I want to make certain that it grows and thrives for years to come.
Zinio is a collection of 110 downloadable magazines you can read via the browser on your computer or using an App on your portable digital device.
To use Zinio, follow the link to the Zinio website and create a new account. Follow the directions in the Zinio for Libraries - Library Collection and Check Out Guide. Download the Zinio App from the app store for your eBook reader, smartphone, or tablet PC so that you can take digital magazines with you wherever you go.
A new exhibit from the Whitemarsh Art Center was hung in the library on August 7th. The paintings are for sale and on display in the area around our upstairs check-out desk. Thirty percent of sales will benefit the Library. Visit www.whitemarsharts.org for more information about classes starting in the fall. We may be exhibiting your work someday!
The spectacular Friends of the Library Book Sale begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20. The prices can’t be beat, and the selection spans every genre and reading level. Check the Events Calendar for details. On Sunday, you can fill a bag for $5. Load up for holiday gift giving, or just plain old reading pleasure.
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