Have you taken a look at our large collection of cookbooks? We have books for all tastes, skill levels, nutritional and dietary needs. Every month new titles are coming in, here are some of the recent additions:
Can’t wait to see the new blockbuster Star Trek movie in theaters?
Don’t forget we have your Star Trek fix here at the library! We have the original series, Voyager, Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Enterprise and the animated series on DVD as well as the big screen movies. We also have lots of Star Trek books, biographies of the stars, non-fiction and books on CD.
The International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) is a non-profit online library of children’s books. It has over 3800 books available in 53 different languages! The books come from all over the world providing insight into different cultures and are great fun for children and adults alike.
The site is easy to use, kid friendly and the pages of digital books appear as they would in print, complete with the original illustrations. Have a browse around and you’ll find some great stories!
Looking for career information? Want to find out what a specific job entails and what qualifications are needed? How much you would expect to earn?
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a great place to look. This publication from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is available online or we have print editions at the library. It is updated every two years and is a great resource for job seekers or those looking for a career change.
Titles listed above are linked to the Library’s online catalog so you can see title locations and status. Once you’re in the catalog, click on the picture of the book cover for a synopsis and other information.
Help contribute to the preservation of Baton Rouge history! The Baton Rouge Room is currently asking for donations of yearbooks from Baton Rouge schools. All schools are included in this search — elementary, middle, junior high, high school, and college. “While the Baton Rouge Room does already have a large collection of local yearbooks, we are looking to expand the collection as well as fill in the gaps,” says archivist, Melissa Eastin. Find out if you have a yearbook that might be of value to the Baton Rouge Room by calling (225) 389-4960.