Thursday, November 19, 2009

Librarians Are Reading!

If you just can't get enough books to read, and you're looking for something new, why not check out the Suburban Library Cooperative's Library Staff Are Reading page? Every year since 2002, the Cooperative asks library staff for their three favorite books of the year, and posts them online and in a brochure available at the libraries.

The Suburban Library Cooperative has 27 member libraries - imagine how many book recommendations that would give you!


Anonymous said...

In the last couple of weeks there has been a new message on some renewals online using "e-library OPAC". When trying to renew, the message now says "Renewal limit reached for materials unseen by staff. "
Does anyone know what this means? Does this mean if I bring the book in and show the librarian they can renew it, but I can't online? No one in the Civic Center branch has been able to answer this question and nowhere on the website is there an explanation or webmaster email address. Help! I just want to renew my books!

Warren Public Library said...

"Renewal limit reached" means that the items you have checked out have already been renewed once, and cannot be renewed again. You can check with any of the librarians to see if you can check those books in, and then back out the next day, or if not, put them on hold again.