Reading Is Sweet: A Winter Reading Program
Now – Friday, January 31, Ages 2 – 12
Savor the chance to win prizes just by reading books this winter. Every completed reading log you turn in will earn you an entry form for the prize drawing. Pick up your book log at the Information Desk or click here.
Reading is Awesome: Teen Winter Reading Program
Now – Friday, January 31, Ages 13 – 18
Read three awesome books then receive one book free. Just follow these three easy steps:
*Get a Reading Log from the Information Desk or click here.
*Read three awesome books.
*Turn in your Reading Log to get a free Young Adult fiction or manga title.
Free books are available while supplies last.
Holiday Lights Recycling
Don’t throw away your tangled, frayed or burned-out Christmas tree lights this year! Drop them off at the Library until February 1. Last year we recycled 882 pounds of holiday lights. The following items will be accepted: Mini-lights (also known as Italian lights), C7 lights, C9 lights, rope lights, LED lights and extension cords. All colors and lengths will be accepted. Garland, live greens, wreaths or other non-recyclables are not accepted.
Special thanks to Elgin Recycling for partnering with the Library to promote this recycling event in our community.
“Beyond Dust Jackets” Blog
Our new blog, “Beyond Dust Jackets,” presents some of our opinions about specific books, music, movies and TV series. We hope you’ll discover some new materials to read, view or listen to. And we hope you’ll share your comments on our posts. To view the blog, click here or go to "Blog" under the "Reading" tab at the top of each page. All featured titles are available for check-out at the Library.
Affordable Care Act
Open Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act began on October 1, 2013. Click here for resources about the Affordable Care Act and the enrollment process.
Before You Buy
To get information about the quality and reliability of items on your holiday shopping list, try ConsumerReports.org. This resource features ratings and recommendations on thousands of products and services in categories including appliances, cars, electronics, home and garden, health, babies and kids, money and shopping. It also provides access to product buying advice, blogs, safety alerts, recalls, a searchable archive of the past four years of ratings, Consumer Reports' exclusive product- and car-reliability reports, comprehensive decision guides and access to consumer/user reviews. Use your Warrenville Library card number and PIN to access ConsumerReports.org without charge at www.warrenville.com > Research > Online Databases.