Recommended by US! Website and Catalog Tip of the Week #18

Whenever you do a search in the catalog, you will probably come across a pair of boxes breaking your list of results after the third item. It will say Recommended by PCPL and might contain two separate segments: Blog Posts and Online Resources. Sometimes, you might also see an Events column. These are links specifically…
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The Ongoing Fight Against Sickle Cell Disease and Anemia

September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month. What do you know about it? Sickle Cell Disease encompasses several disorders in which a person’s red blood cells become hard and sickle-shaped, causing autoimmune issues of varying types. Sickle Cell Anemia is a disease in that collective that has affected millions of individuals—mostly African-Americans and other international members…
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Book Review: Curious

Editor's note: For the 75th anniversary of Curious George, we're recommending books to spark your curiosity! Ask questions. Be curious. Then ask more questions. Have you noticed how everyone's staring down at their phone and ignoring the world around them? With loads of information at the click of a button, we don't always take the time to delve…
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To Private or Not To Private: Website and Catalog Tip of the Week #15

Are you interested in using the various tools the library website has for you, but don’t want people all up in your business? Do you already use them, but would feel more comfortable if you were the only person who had access to your lists, comments, tags, and shelves (sometimes or all the time)? We’ve…
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