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Spring road trip? Make sure your car is in top condition with your Bettendorf Public Library card

Your Bettendorf Public Library card gives you access to Auto Repair Reference Center. Plug in the year, model and make of your vehicle and find step-by-step repair information, see what labor times should be for specific tasks so you know how much you should be charged, get diagrams and bulletins … Read More…

All Iowa Reads Author Robin Oliveira presents at the Library

Thursday, April 23, 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Bettendorf Room

Author Robin Oliveira will speak about her extensive research for her All Iowa Reads title “My Name Is Mary Sutter”. In the book, headstrong midwife Mary Sutter travels to Civil War-era Washington, D.C. to tend wounded soldiers and pursue he… Read More…

Hedy reviews "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold"

FIC LECA (also DVD DRAMA SPY) “The Spy Who Came in from the Cold” by John Le Carre, 1963, 225 pages

[View the film at the Library, Tuesday, April 21, 6:00 p.m., Junior League Program Room]

This book is considered a classic spy thriller of the Cold War.  Having lived in West Berlin from 1978-1… Read More…

Tax day! Use your tax refund wisely with our investing tools.

Bettendorf Public Library cardholders have access to GREAT investing tools from the comfort of their own homes. Access Morningstar and ValueLine, two valued and trusted investing tools from our the links in this post or visit the “Research From Home” section of our website. Then you can log in by… Read More…

Hedy reviews "Dirt"

631.49 MO “Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations” by David R. Montgomery, 2012, 285 pages

Having been a member of the River Action Environmental Book Club for several years now, I’ve read some of this before: that the root cause of famine is overcultivation of marginal land, that “agricultural metho… Read More…

Get equipped for the 2016 Presidential Election

You can prepare yourself  for the upcoming elections!  Decide exactly where you stand on hot button issues with our subscription to Gale’s Opposing Viewpoints database. As more candidates throw their hats into the ring, Bettendorf Public Library cardholders can stay on top of talking points with… Read More…

Hedy reviews "The Girl Who Fell from the Sky"

FIC DURR (also CDBOOK, PLAYAWAY) “The Girl Who Fell from the Sky” by Heidi W. Durrow

This book won the Bellwether Prize for Fiction founded by Barbara Kingsolver to annually honor the best book on a social issue written by an unpublished author.  Part of the prize was that the novel would be pub… Read More…

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