The Vermillion Public Library is currently looking for new work-study students that could start in December or the Spring 2018 semester.
Please submit a resume and completed City Application to the Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library, ATTN: Daniel Burniston, 18 Church St, Vermillion, SD 57069 or if you have questions call (605) 677-7060.
Have you checked out the state library’s new BookFlix site for kids?
It’s a great resource, and of course, FREE!
Just click on the BookFlix link on our eResource page: http://vermillionpubliclibrary.org/ebooks/
Have you ever finished a great book and wanted to find more just like it? Or wanted to help your child find just the right book to read? The VPL now offers NoveList Plus, a helpful resource to help readers match up with the books that are right for them.
The NoveList Plus database connects readers to their next book by making recommendations for what to read next. One of the most popular elements is read-alikes. This feature suggests titles that are ‘just like’ other titles. If you’ve just finished a great book, log into NoveList Plus and find great read-alikes. There are also read-alikes for authors and series. Consider NoveList Plus your one-stop guide to great reading. It contains lists of recommended reads and award-winning books. It covers both fiction and nonfiction titles for all ages from the youngest readers to adults. It also has extra content like reviews (both professional reviews and reader reviews), book discussion guides, curriculum guides, and other book-oriented articles. Book groups and teachers find these resources especially helpful.
Check out NoveList Plus, and NoveList K-8 Plus on our eResources page: vermillionpubliclibrary.org/ebooks/.
As a patron of the VPL, we want you to be aware that you have free online access to a wide variety of historical and sociological titles via the Salem Press online platform. Series access includes: This Is Who We Were, The Value of a Dollar 1860-2014, America’s Top-Rates Cities, and The Older American Information Directory, as well as Civil Disobedience, Social Justice, and Nationalism & Populism titles.
As with all our eResources for patrons, access to Salem Press from within our library requires no login; remote access can be gained with your library card.
Edie’s returns for ONE more sale of 2017, on Friday, December 1st and Saturday, December 2nd.
Doors open at 10 am, and the shop is open until 4 pm.
You’re sure to find some great bookish gifts for friends and family, as well as some fantastic treasure for yourself! Plus, all proceeds go right back into supporting Library programming.