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Iron Jawed Angels

Sunday, March 29 from 2-4PM in the Farioly Program Room

Join us for this stimulating film starring Hillary Swank and Frances O’Connor who portray Alice Paul and Lucy Burns. “Defiant young activists take the women's suffrage movement by storm, putting their lives at risk to help American women win the right to vote.” IMDb (2004) 123 minutes. Free. Registration required. Sponsored by the FRIENDS of the Danbury Library and the League of Women Voters.


NEW: eSebco Ebooks for Kids
eSebco offers a variety of non-fiction eBooks for children —many interactive—that can be read online on your computer or through an app for the iPhone and iPad.  These eBooks are available 24 hours per day – 7 days per week. There are no waiting lists, no late fees, and no software required. Plus, there is no limit to how many times you can access a book.

To start reading, visit the
eSebco Library and enter the following information:
Login: Danbury
Password: library
ID: your Danbury Library card #



Monday - Thursday   - 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Friday - Saturday   -  8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday  -  Noon - 5:00 p.m.
Click here for the menu!


 

Technology Center "Drop-In" Sessions
Get personalized tech help from our Technology Center Staff.  No registration, just "drop in."
All sessions from 10 am - Noon

Mondays: iPad/iPhone Basics - Get the best experience from your iPad/iPhone
Tuesdays: Computer Basics for Seniors - Demystify the world of web browsing, email & more
Thursdays: Social Soiree - Get started with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn
Fridays: Creating an Email Account (for CT Drive-Only License Applicants) - Español/Portuguese speakers welcome!

For more information, call the Technology Center at 203-796-1607 


iPad Maintenance: Our iPads are currently unavailable for checkout as we are working to make sure they are all up-to-date. Don't worry, they will be back soon! We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience!
Click here for iPad policy use and permission form. ALL CHECKOUTS AND RETURNS ARE TO BE DONE IN THE TECHNOLOGY CENTER. Fines Apply. For additional information call (203) 796-1607.


                                                                                             
Now available for checkout! 

 Over 40,000 Movies, TV Shows & More

 Click here for details                 


Crayola iPad Kiosks Arrive in the Junior Department!
Fun and learning go hand in hand with our new Crayola Kiosks.
Each holds four iPads filled with games and educational apps for our youngest patrons!
Thanks to Friends of the Library for purchasing the kiosks!
                                       


New Children's Databases Promote Literacy and Learning
Databases are available both at the library and at home with your library card.
Visit the
Kidzonepage or click the links below to get started!
Sponsored by Friends of the Library.


 

Starwalk Kids Media is an online library of high quality books for children in kindergarten through eighth grade. Books can be searched by age, grade, and reading level. Children can hear the book read to them, or read it themselves. This program's app is pre-loaded onto all our Junior iPads.

Click here to read this month's top 15 Nonfiction Read Alouds!

 

Worldbook Early World of Learning encompasses three interactive learning environments for preschoolers and children in the early elementary grades. This program includes interactive games, narrated stories, and videos that teach numbers, shapes, phonics, vocabulary and research.  

           


LIBRARY TOURS

Have you recently moved to Danbury or perhaps you haven’t been to the library for a while and you’d like a refresher?  Take a 45-minute tour with the staff from the Community Relations Department!  Tours are available in English and Spanish.  Give us a call at 203-796-8061 or email Rodrigo Fuenzalida at rfuenzalida@danburylibrary.org


 Digital Services

 

  

 


 

For the apps to work, you must have an account with Mango set up through our library’s website, and an iPhone® or Android™ mobile device. Once the apps and lessons have been downloaded, you can learn at your own pace, with or without an internet connection.

Get the Free iPhone App                   Get the Free Android App


         
LibAnywhere: Search the library catalog, contact a librarian, and place holds from your phone!

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