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Friends donate DVDs to the collection

In Fall 2012, The Friends donated towards the purchase of twelve new DVDs for the collection. The new titles included the documentary films !Women Art Revolution, And Everything is Going Fine, and Jiro Dreams of Sushi; foreign language films The Time That Remains, Certified Copy, and Footnote; and critically acclaimed English language films The Artist, …

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New Audiobooks in the Collection

The Friends of the Hudson Area Library* have generously donated ten new audiobooks to the collection. The titles were carefully chosen by the Library staff to reflect their patrons’ growing interest in these media. The titles are “The Casual Vacancy” by J.K. Rowling, “Telegraph Avenue” by Michael Chabon, “Flight Behavior” by Barbara Kingsolver, “The Time …

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Latino Books Month

May is Latino Books Month! The yearly celebration was launched in 2004 by The Association of American Publishers Publishing Latino Voices for America (PLVA) Task Force with the goal of promoting reading among Latinos and raising awareness of the rich variety of books by and for Latinos that are available, in both English and Spanish. …

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May is Bike Month!

  Did you know there is a National Bike Month? Bike month began in 1956 and is held during the month of May each year. It promotes bikes, cycling and bike safety. Why not celebrate Bike Month by reading a book that features bikes (or going for a ride! or both!)!   New Red Bike! …

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New DVDs added to the Collection

In memory of Kathleen Hintze, longtime employee of the Hudson Area Library, the Friends of the Library recently purchased and donated over forty newly-released and classic DVDs for the Library’s collection. Kathleen loved the Hudson Area Library and old movies and was a familiar voice and face to hundreds of Library patrons and visitors for …

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