Thursday, January 26, 2017

Read a Digital Magazine

We are very excited to announce that the Library has a new online magazine database, Flipster. It is small right now, only 13 titles, but we hope to grow it soon. It is so easy to use! You can read magazines on your computer or download the app onto Apple or android devices, phones and tablets, and Kindle Fires! Once the app is on your device, click on get started, choose Dover Public Library, enter your barcode, and start downloading!

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Discover the power of NoveList Read-alikes



Discover the power of NoveList Read-alikes.
Learn how to use this easy tool to find books that are exactly what you want to read.  Find new titles, authors and series that you’ll love.  Find new thriller, romance, mystery, literature and non-fiction books to explore.
Attendance at this program will enter you in our drawing for a Kindle Fire 8!

Wednesday, February 1 at 6pm
Tuesday, February 21 at 10am
Saturday, March 4 at 10am

 A Read-alike is a book that is similar in subject, storyline, tone, pace, and/or writing style to another book.  If you like one of the books, you may like the other.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Talk by NH Fish and Game's James Benvenuti and Cora, his Labrador Puppy Partner



On Wednesday, February 1 at 7pm, the Dover Public Library will present a talk by NH Fish and Game Conservation Officer James  Benvenuti and his new partner, Cora, a Labrador Retriever puppy. James Benvenuti  grew up hunting and fishing in Newmarket. He studied conservation law enforcement in Maine and has been with New Hampshire Fish and Game for five years. Cora has been with New Hampshire Fish and Game since September 2016.
     
Conservation Officers work with their canine partners to conduct tracks and area searches, to detect evidence, to identify fish and wildlife patterns, and to help with search and rescue activities. Join us for an entertaining evening as Officer Benvenuti explains what NH Fish and Game conservation officers do, and how Cora is being trained.  
      
This program is free and everyone is welcome. For more information, call the Dover Public Library at 603-516-6050.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

No Ramblin' Richard tonight

Tonight's Ramblin' Richard performance has been postponed!
Due to the snow forecasted to begin by 7pm, the "Familiar Songs, Unfamiliar Stories" program has been rescheduled for Monday, February 13 at 7pm.
Stay safe at home this evening!

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The Library will be closed on Monday, January 16

The Library will be closed on Monday, January 16 in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Ramblin' Richard performs "Familiar Songs, Unfamiliar Stories" January 17, 7pm



     The Friends of the Dover Public Library are pleased to host a performance by noted musician and song historian Richard Kruppa, aka “Ramblin’ Richard”, on Tuesday, January 17 at 7pm. This entertaining program will bring to light the fascinating, and largely unknown, stories behind some beloved American classics such as “Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)”, “Alexander’s Ragtime Band”, and “Goodnight, Irene”.
     Find out what tune rose to popularity again after nearly 100 years; how “God Bless America” and “This Land is Your Land” are related; and what favorite old American song got its songwriter released from prisons---twice!
     A retired professor, Richard accompanies himself on acoustic instruments including guitar, 5-string banjo, and baritone ukulele. A member of the New England Foundation for the Arts, Richard studied American folk and gospel music and, through his performances, enjoys telling the “rest of the story” underlying historic and cherished American songs from many decades. His relaxed, comfortable, and casual style establishes a wonderful rapport with his audience.
      This program is free and all are welcome to attend in the Library’s Lecture Hall. For more information, please call the Dover Public Library at 603-516-6050.

Wednesday, January 04, 2017

NH Downloadable Books and Magazines

Many of you have been enjoying downloading digital magazines from NH Downloadable Books. I know I have. In fact, more digital magazines get checked out from the DPL than paper magazines! So it is with great sadness that we must announce that Overdrive, the company we get our digital books and magazines from, has discontinued its relationship with Barnes & Noble. What that means for you is that many of the magazines will be gone this month, the rest of the magazines will be gone in March. Check them out while you can! The following digital magazine subscriptions will end next week:



National Reviews
Prevention
Martha Stewart Living
Discover
Reader's Digest
Motor Trend
Sound & Vision
Rachael Ray Every Day
The Week
Better Homes and Gardens
Yoga Journal
Ski
Do It Yourself
Better Homes and Gardens' Diabetic Living
Cook's Country
Fine Cooking
The Box Magazine
Fine Homebuilding
Gluten-Free Living
Knit Today
Family Tree
Writer's Digest
PCWorld
Hobby Farms
Discover
Rodale's Organic Life
Taste of Home
The Week
Discover
The Week
Cook's Country
Women's Health
The Atlantic
Cosmopolitan
Seventeen
Country Living
Food Network Magazine
Car and Driver
Good Housekeeping
Martha Stewart Living
Popular Photography
Runner's World
Fast Company
Dwell
Men's Fitness
Field & Stream
ESPN The Magazine
Popular Science
Rodale's Organic Life
Parents Magazine
The Family Handyman
Outside
Smithsonian
EatingWell
Cook's Illustrated
Vegetarian Times
Weight Watchers Magazine
BookPage
Budget Travel
TV Guide Magazine
HGTV Magazine
FamilyFun
Threads
Fine Gardening
Game Informer
Interweave Knits
Newsweek
WIRED
Vanity Fair
Bon App├ętit
Golf Digest
National Geographic Kids