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    • Visit the ReferenceDepartment@ the TewksburyPublic Library
    • The reference department islocated on the second floor.
    • At the reference desk a librarian can helpyou find a book, find an article, help you usea computer, assist you with your eReaderand help you with just about anything else.
    • Check out a suggested bookfrom one of our many displaysAt the referencedesk there is a dailynews displayThe ends of the stackshave mini displays of staffrecommendations andread alikesNew non-fiction booksare always on displaynext to the referencedesk
    • Monthly displaysAt the top of the stairsis a main displayWe also have asmaller side display
    • Browse through the non-fiction stacks. Ifyou need assistance finding a book there isalways someone around to ask.
    • There is a wide variety of non-fiction DVDs.and much, much more!
    • Adult graphic novels
    • Reference BooksUse the library’s reference books to answer aquestion or research a topic.
    • Use one of the 18 public computers. Your librarycard gives you two 90 minutes sessions per day.Printing is .10 a pagefor black & white and.50 a page for colorAll computers haveaccess to the internetand Microsoft Office
    • Quiet Study AreasThe second floor is a quiet area that allowspatrons to settle in with work or a good book.The library has free wireless network access.
    • Enjoy the great views
    • Thanks for visiting. Come backsoon!Cindy Grove, ReferenceLibrarian978-640-4490 ext. 207cgrove@mvlc.org