Our WRLSWEB Catalog will have some new features:
- Google-type search will help find your title or author even if slightly misspelled
- You will also be able to search for magazine articles
- Suggests other reading titles close to your request
- Personal Checkout History and special request date selections
(You will be able to start a new Checkout History under your account with the new catalog.)
Just go to www.almalibrary.org as you did before
and click on the left menu button which says
“SEARCH CATALOG HERE”
The Winding Rivers Library System’s WRLSWEB is a consortium of 28 public libraries sharing an online public catalog in West Central Wisconsin.
The period from birth to kindergarten is crucial for developing language and early literacy knowledge, skills, and dispositions (or attitudes). Children with literacy experiences at this age do better in school and in life.
Your Alma Public Library has dozens of building-block resources for reading especially for your child’s age group. Come in today and let us help you select some fun books to start your 1,000 booklist.
The fascinating world of “The Hobbit” is here once again just in time for holiday entertainment. Come in and check out J.J.R Tolkien‘s wonderful works for your reading pleasure. If you are a new fan, you may want to visit the Tolkien Society where you may share your appreciation of his works. His tales of Middle Earth and the Lord of the Rings truly revived fantasy literature.
Click here if you would like to reacquaint yourself with the Lord of the Rings characters.
Dig deeper into Tolkien with “Simarillion”
“The Silmarillion, along with J. R. R. Tolkien’s other works, forms an extensive, though incomplete, narrative that describes the universe of Eä in which are found the lands of Valinor, Beleriand, Númenor, and Middle-earth within which The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings take place.” (Wikipedia)
Recycle your inkjet cartridges here.
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Alma Public Library is offering a place to recycle your empty inkjet cartridges in our effort to make a difference in our environment. The recycling center will accept most types of cartridges.
As a result of this recycling box, the center will donate a few cents per special cartridges to the Library, and will recycle the rest. Please join in this win-win effort and bring those used cartridges in today.
The box is located in the lobby by the Library’s bookshelf.
Thank you for your support.