Science Fiction Day

January 2 is National Science Fiction day, named in honor of the birth of one of the genre’s great pioneers, Isaac Asimov. If you haven’t, check out one his influential more »


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Prizes!

We’d like your help deciding what prizes to give away during our summer reading program. So take the poll and let us know what you’d like to get. Want something more »


iDrakula

Bekka Black puts a new spin on the classic vampire tale, Dracula with her book iDrakula. Eighteen-year-old Jonathan Harker, his girlfriend Mina, and a pre-med student named Van Helsing team more »


Snow!

If you haven’t gotten enough of the white stuff outside, grow your own snow indoors. Check out this Science Friday video that explains how. Dry ice required.


Award Nominees

Looking for something based in reality to read? Try one of these books that have been nominated for the 2011 YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction:


Tired of Your Quilt Pattern Avatar?

I don’t know about you, but I like my comments¬†here to be accompanied by something with a little more personality than a random quilt square.¬† You can personalize yours by more »


New Books: December

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Chronicles of Narnia Turn 60

In the first book in C.S. Lewis’s Narnia series, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, published in 1950, the nefarious White Witch casts a terrible spell on Narnia: It more »


Volunteer Opportunity

Looking for a volunteer opportunity? The Milford – Miami Branch is always looking for volunteers. Stop by the branch for more information. Or email Kevin at isaacske@oplin.org for more info.