Monthly Archives: January 2018

MPL Talks: The Nuremberg Trials

We hosted a special program about the Nuremberg Trials for International Holocaust Remembrance Day. After World War II, surviving Nazi officials faced trial for their crimes. Those trials and their outcomes still impact global politics today. The speaker was our own Dr. John … Continue reading

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Terry Pluto is coming to Mentor Public Library

Sportswriting legend Terry Pluto is coming to Mentor Public Library, and he’s bringing more than 40 years of Indians, Browns and Cavaliers stories with him. In addition to writing for The Akron Beacon-Journal and The Plain Dealer, Pluto has written more than 20 books, … Continue reading

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Watch some of the world’s best films with Kanopy & your library card

Starting Feb. 1, you can stream some of the greatest films ever made for free. All you need is your library card and our newest digital service, Kanopy. Kanopy has a collection of more than 1,000 films, including award-winning movies … Continue reading

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Paws to Read returns

After a break for the holidays, Paws to Read is back! Paws to Read pairs young readers (between the ages of six and 12 years old) with therapy dogs, who listen to the children as they read. The dogs make … Continue reading

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MPL Talks: General Winfield Scott Hancock

General Winfield Scott Hancock was a spectacular corps commander, perhaps the Union’s best. But that’s not the only reason Todd Arrington (site commander of James A. Garfield National Historic Site) chose Hancock as the subject of his latest Civil War … Continue reading

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