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Library filtering to stay

LONDON, ONTARIO – November 22, 2007 – London Public Library’s Board voted 5-4 last evening to continue filtering against sexually-explicit content on the majority of its public access Internet workstations.  

Uh oh, is it that time already?

The holiday season is upon us again, and this year I'm really looking forward to it. My son is just old enough now that he wants to be involved in the preparations, and I don't want to discourage his enthusiastic help! We have started working on our Christmas crafts nice and early (for a change) and I have discovered some wonderful books and websites.

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Suggestions for Purchase

LPL orders all the bestsellers and popular titles you are looking for. However, sometimes a book takes off and we may have missed it. If so, please let us know.

Please do not suggest items that have not been published yet. Those suggestions are disregarded.

This form is intended only for items not already in our catalogue. Please check the Library Catalogue before making any suggestions.

The Miracle Detective uncovers a mystery

When is a visit from the Blessed Virgin Mary considered genuine?

Give a Child the Gift of Literacy: Be a R.E.A.D. Volunteer

The R.E.A.D. (Reading for Enjoyment And Development) program provides one-on-one free tutoring for children between the ages of 7 and 12 years needing assistance with basic literacy skills. Tutoring is provided by volunteers.

Are You Health Literate?

60% of adult Canadians lack the capacity to obtain, understand and act upon health information and services and to make appropriate health decisions on their own(Health Literacy in Canada: Initial Results form the International Adult Literacy and Skills Survey (IALLS)).

Child and Youth Network Survey

November 12, 2007 - The Library is proud to be a part of the city-wide Child and Youth Network which is developing a vision for our community's dreams and desires for the children, youth and families who live in London. We want to be sure this draft vision accurately reflects what our community wants for our children, youth and families and would welcome your input. Please take a few minutes to complete this public survey. The survey will also be available in paper form at all Library locations.

Autumn Cooking and Food Shopping

Autumn is when I get into some serious cooking again. It's the season for the comfort food most people enjoy: soups, stews, braised dishes, roasts and hearty, earthy vegetables. I can spend hours in the kitchen on a chilly day preparing the harvest bounty available at this time of year while I listen to CDs or CBC radio. It's the season for carrots, rutabagas, cabbages of all kinds, leeks, kale, beets and potatoes -- to name a few good things.

 

driving parents crazy syndrome

Uh-oh, here it comes... the weather that keeps us indoors. Being cooped up all weekend coupled with being a kid can lead to boredom, which in turn, can lead to the driving parents crazy syndrome! Don't worry, help is on the way. Did you know that our website has some great suggestions for how to keep your kids busy, and happy?