Princeton Review SAT & ACT @ Your Library

Are you planning to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)?  Or the ACT?  Would you like to attend a session on how to prepare for the SAT and a session on preparing for the ACT?  If so, you should plan to register for the Princeton Review sessions that will be at the Fairbanks Branch Library.  The SAT session is scheduled for Saturday, April 26, and the ACT session is scheduled for Saturday, May 10.  Each session is scheduled for 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM in the library's meeting room.  If you would like to register for either or both sessions, please access the Princeton Review website at http://www.princetonreview.com.

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National Library Week 2014

Libraries change lives, and this week we encourage you to share your library stories with others.  You can tweet  your experiences to #LivesChange and #NLW14 or share a more detailed story at AtYourLibrary.org/LibraryStories.  Show others the value of the programs and access to information that libraries provide for their communities.  Help change someone else’s life by sharing your story.

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Dragons @ Your Library

If you like to read stories about dragons, then you should browse one of the library's newest displays, "Dragons."  We have selected both picture books and chapter books about dragons for your reading enjoyment.  Take a look on your next visit to the library and check some of the books out to read and share.  Happy Reading!

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Explore Your Career Options

Whether you’re still in school, trying to enter the workforce, or just ready for a change, we have resources to help you choose and prepare for your career path.  Visit the Fairbanks Library to browse our Career Books section, which currently holds 179 books to help you on your way.  You’ll find many interesting titles including the following.

12 Steps to a New Career: What to Do When You Want to Make a Change Now!

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April is National Poetry Month

Welcome the Spring season by enjoying some beautiful poetry.  Visit the Fairbanks Library to select a book from our poetry display or browse our shelves to see what you discover.  You’ll find American poets shelved in the 811s, English poets in the 821s, French poets in the 841s, Italian poets in the 851s, Spanish poets in the 861s, and East Indo-European poets in the 891s.  Find poetry on a particular topic by visiting the online catalog and then selecting browse search and searching for the subject “poetry”.  You can then choose from a list of topics including