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Saturday, October 7, 2017

Let's Talk about Genius...

   Photograph by Orren Jack Turner,
Princeton, N.J.Modified with Photoshop
by PM_Poon and later by Dantadd.
Dear Circ,

I heard a neighbor say that you were discussing "genius" at the Library. I'm not a genius, but I'd love to learn  more about them - and maybe how to become a little smarter myself! What can you do for me?

Always Willing to Learn
~~~~~


Dear Al,

We are talking about genius this month and we have lots of programs, events and discussions going on. Come in and join us!

Throughout the month of October the libraries in Roselle, Bloomingdale and Itasca are "On the Same Page." We are all reading Eric Weiner's book, The Geography of Genius.

All three libraries are hosting programs and book discussions and you're welcome to attend any - or all of them. Download the "On the Same Page" brochure to make sure you don't miss any of them.

Circ
~~~~~


Dear Readers,
You probably know who this person is. He is not "Dear Circ" and is not employed by the Roselle Public Library. Nor is he a patron of ours, but you may hear his name come up a lot this month in our discussions of The Geography of Genius. After all, "his intellectual achievements and originality have made the word "Einstein" synonymous with "genius." If you haven't guess who this is, place your mouse cursor on the photo to see his name. For more information, go here.

Do you have questions about the Roselle Public Library? Want advice about how to manage your account? How to find things? Want to know more about what we can offer you? Or worse, are you just lost in library jargon, and not even sure what to ask? Here's our forum for how to get the most from us, your local library. You can submit questions online to Dear Circ, or, as always, in person, or by phone (630-529-1641). Posted questions will be anonymous. Responses reflect the policies and programs of the Roselle Public Library, and may have no relevance to the policies, services, and procedures at any other library.

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