Monthly Archives: July 2012

Book Review: Sherlock Holmes the Legend Begins: Rebel Fire

Andrew Lane received approval from the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Estate to write the tales of Sherlock Holmes as a teenager. Book one of the series is entitled Death Cloud and I recommend that as well, but I’m reviewing book two.  In both books … Continue reading

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Dallas Police Department Helicopter visits children at the Kleberg-Rylie Branch

A helicopter from the Dallas Police Department dropped in to visit the Kleberg-Rylie branch on July 25, 2012. Children watched the helicopter land in the field behind the library. Once it landed, police officers talked about the helicopter and their … Continue reading

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Does the Library provide access to newspapers from other countries?

Newpapers from around the World in Humanities! Resources at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library include computerized access to hundreds of newspapers from around the world.  Visit the Humanities Division on the third floor to access the extensive PressDisplay newspaper … Continue reading

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Library Web Wednesday: Job Search Help

Want to know if your desired company is hiring? Check out the ReferenceUSA database. ReferenceUSA is the leading provider in business and consumer research. With this database, you can locate and research companies you want to work for. You can … Continue reading

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Event: Mountain Creek Branch and the Dallas Contemporary Museum

The Mountain Creek Branch Teen Center partnered with the Dallas Contemporary Museum to host an exciting art program held July 7, 2012. Teens made sticker art like street artist Shepard Fairey under the direction of Autumn Hill, an education and outreach … Continue reading

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