On this day in 1902 Ansel Adams was born. He became an internationally acclaimed nature photographer and his black and white images of Yosemite National Park are among his most famous and beautiful work.
Moorestown Library has many titles on and by Ansel Adams both showcasing his work and providing his advice and instruction for amateur photographers. Take advantage of this remarkable collection on this his birthday!
On this day in 1741 the first magazine was published in America!
Here at Moorestown Library we subscribe to over 150 different magazines. Whether you are interested in the latest news, fashion, health information, gardening, science, cooking or parenting we have the magazine you need. We also have children's magazines and all titles (except for the very latest issue) can be checked out for a week. Why subscribe when you can read a wide variety of titles for free. So whether it's "GQ" or "People", "Scientific American" or "Real Simple" check out our magazines!
Suggestion: "I would like the outdoor return box to be relocated while construction is going on so that I can make returns more quickly and not have to walk across Second Street to get to the box."
Response: Thank you for the suggestion. We have been considering the ramifications of a relocation of our book drop in an effort to make things more convenient during construction. A relocation off the library property entails approvals from the township and placement so as not to impede traffic. Another thought is a relocation closer to the current recreation building on the public side of the fence. Any relocation must be done so as to minimize the chances of vandalism to the book drop and its contents. We don't want to charge users for damage to materials that they did not do.
The next time you are at Moorestown Library stop by the display case in the lobby. We have filled it with interesting titles in honor of Black History Month. You will find interesting biographies, novels, movies, children's books and more. You are welcome to check out any of these items. Just stop by the Reference Desk and ask the librarian to open the case for you.