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Food for Fines

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Celebrate National Library Week from April 13-19th, 2014 at the Brentwood Library by participating in Food for Fines. Donate canned/boxed goods to our Operation Food Search barrel during this week and have $1 waived from your account for each food item you contribute. We will waive $10 maximum on each account. We will not waive fees from billed items, but all other fines are eligible to be waived.

Tutoring Tuesdays

Drop in on Tuesday afternoons between 3:30 and 5 pm and Lexi will be here with free homework help. Math is her specialty but she can assist with other subjects as well. Tutoring Tuesdays begins on Tuesday, April 15th and continues through Tuesday, May 13th. Elementary, middle school and high school students are welcome. It is free and it is first come, first served.

Zinio now available - download magazines

Zinio is now available for you to download and read magazines on your computer or digital device!  Click here to download a guide for how to get started using Zinio.

Zinio

iPads now available

We now have two iPads available to be checked out for use in the library up to two hours a day.  Check at the desk to see if one is available!

Affordable Care Act Information Sheet

If you are looking for information about the Affordable Care Act, check out this downloadable info sheet.

Another resource is the Cover Missouri website.

Recent Book Reviews

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That’s Right, I said It: Libraries Are Cool by Steve Bowman

BPL staff at 75th anniversary partyCheck out the awesome article about the Brentwood Public Library by Steve Bowman of The Brentwood Spirit!  The article includes many pictures from our recent 75th anniversary party.  An excerpt follows:

I actually believe libraries are cool. When I enter one I honestly get a little excited. It’s like the feeling you get when you enter your favorite store. For me, a library is like a store that carries four things I love: books, magazines, music and movies. And they’re all free.  -Steve Bowman

Coffee at the Library

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We now have a Keurig coffee maker for patrons and are serving coffee for $1 a cup.