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We’re excited to announce a unique digital entertainment / media service, hoopla, enabling you to borrow e-books, movies, videos, music and audiobooks straight from your browser, tablet, or smartphone!

Polk County Library has never offered a service quite like hoopla, but we think this could be the beginning of a beautiful, new, digitally-driven friendship between us!!

Hoopla gives you access to thousands of titles anywhere and anytime you have an Internet connection, with more new content being added all the time. And, with hoopla, there are no hold lists, no extra apps or accounts needed, and no waiting for your title to buffer.

Imagine being able to view hit movies or listen to your favorite artist and more without expensive subscription fees—all you’ll need is your valid library card!

Hoopla can be accessed on Apple iOS 6.0+ or Android devices, and via the four major web browsers. To access the system on your mobile device, you’ll need to first download the FREE hoopladigital app from the App Store on your device.  There is no need to download an app or extension for your web browser.
 
Fiction

The jealous kind by James Lee Burke
Home by Harlan Coben
No one knows by J T Ellison
Downfall by J A Jance
The wish by Beverly Lewis
A great reckoning by Louise Penny
Apprentice in death by J D Robb
Missing by James Patterson
Two by two by Nicholas Sparks
Foreign agent by Brad Thor
The woman in cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

Nonfiction

Garfield series by Jim DavisDesign Star by Michael GaffneyKilling the Rising Sun by Bill O’ReillyFishing Arkansas by Keith B SuttonTimeless toys by Tim WalshFun stuff party cakes by Louis Weber

DVDs and Audio

Angry birds movie
Batman vs. Superman
Courageous
God is not dead 2
Jungle Book 2016
Letters from Iwo Jima
Longmire seasons 1, 2,3
Me before you
Windtalkers

Children’s

Animals should definitely not wear clothing by Judi Barrett
Really groovy story of the tortoise and the hare by Kristyn CrowCool refashioned sweaters by Alex Kuskowski
Arctic lights by Debbie Miller
Recess Queen by Alexis O’NeillGood Sports by Jack Prelutsky
Let’s cook with cereal by Nancy TuninellyUlltimate lego book
NEW POLK COUNTY LIBRARY CYBER BRANCH OFFERS FREE WI-FI IN GRANNIS

Free public access Wi-Fi is now available in the area immediately around the Grannis City Hall building thanks to a cooperative effort by the Polk County Library Board and the Grannis City Council.
According to Barbara Frachiseur, Grannis City Recorder/Treasurer, the network is named Open Mesh and is available 24/7.

There are no outside electrical outlets for use by the public but individuals with battery powered laptops can sit in their vehicles or in the park to use the Internet.

The free Wi-Fi connection is also available inside the Grannis Community Room for use during meetings and special events.

Susie Mosley, president of the Polk County Library Board, said the Grannis Cyber Library is a pilot project. If it is successful, the Library Board will establish other cyber branches in Polk County communities.
 
NEW TITLE FOR LIBRARIAN SHIRLEY PHILPOT

The Polk County Library Board has recognized the work of long-time librarian Shirley Philpot with a change of title. Her new title is County Librarian.

According to the board president, Susie Mosley, the new title better reflects the job responsibilities for the librarian of the Polk County Library. Mosley stated that the Polk County Library serves all of the communities of Polk County, AR, not just Mena.

The library staff and the board are making every effort to provide library services as close to home as possible for all of the people in Polk County, AR. At this time there are branch bookcase libraries in Big Fork, Board Camp, Hatfield, and Shady. A branch virtual library with free Wi-Fi is being established in Grannis.

Mosley added, “The Library Board members are stretching the money as far as possible to provide the best we can afford. We are making slow but steady progress in taking the library to the people.”

 
 
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