Morning Story Time, 10:30 AM
We'll read books pertaining to our theme & take part in an activity!
22 May: Police Officer Day (Military working dogs demo)
29 May: No story time
5 June: Pirates
12 June: Duck Duct Tape
19 June: Beach Party
26 June: Oodles of Noodles
• Office 2007 software programs
• 3 children's computers
• 2 laser jet printers, 1 color printer
• LEADER (old GFAFB newspaper) bound copies July 1963-December 2000 • Chief of Staff Reading List Collection
Air University Library Index
• An index to articles from military and aeronautical periodicals
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This program is funded by the Dept. of Defense MWR Library Program, Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program and Navy General Library Program.
To Renew A Book On-line
GFAFB library users who would like to renew a book or hold a book from the base library please follow this LINK>>
1. Your username is your library card BAR CODE #. If you are uncertain of your barcode, please call the library at 747-3046
2. Your password is your last name
Remastered DVDs which include interview and historical information for all seasons of Star Trek the original series and the Next Generation are available for check out!
The base Library is an extensive resource center providing access to over 50,000 fiction, non-fiction and audio books, CD’s, videos, newspapers & magazines. Electronic resources include information on military, education, medicine, literature, art, business, sciences, careers, and a host of additional fields.
Internet access, story time for preschool children, book discussions, and a summer reading program are features of the Base Library.
Summer Reading Program
"Have Book, Will Travel" Kicks off Saturday June 8th at Liberty Square at noon with cake and juice.
The fun will continue every Tuesday from 2 to 3 PM at the library.
11 June: Oktoberfest in Germany (rootbeer and pretzels)
18 June: Typhoon Lagoon in Guam
25 June: Taste of Italy (homemade spaghetti)
9 July: Arthur and Guinevere in England (dress up)
16 July: Tae Kwon Do in Korea
23 July: Japanese Art (Noodles and Cherry Blossoms)
30 July: Luau in Hawaii
6 August: Dog Sledding in Alaska
10 August: Finale (Welcome Home Party) at Liberty Square from noon to 2 PM.
Base Library in partnership with RBdigital from Recorded Books, the world’s largest independent producer of audiobooks, is pleased to announce the availability of Zinio for Libraries, a new edition of the popular digital newsstand Zinio that’s been designed specifically for library patrons.
Zinio for Libraries provides a quick and easy way for patrons to read digital copies of their favorite magazines through a digital platform that recreates magazines page-for-page, including full-color pictures. Simply by using the code provided by their AF library, patrons will be able to read, interact with, and explore the largest selection of magazines anywhere.
Zinio’s wide range of magazines includes areas such as sports, entertainment, travel, business, and more. And with iPad®, iPhone®, and Android® compatibility, Zinio makes it easy to view stunning digital magazines on the go, or on your PC or Mac. Zinio takes the reading experience even further with intuitive navigation, key word article search and interactive rich media elements such as audio, video, and live links.
“Subscribing to Zinio for Libraries means we can continue to offer our patrons the opportunity to view today’s best magazines,” said Arlene Ott of the Base Library. “It also expands on our continued commitment to provide a variety of useful services and benefits to our community.
Details on Zinio for Libraries may be found by contacting your Base Library at 747-3046.
About Zinio: Zinio is where the world reads, interacts with and explores the largest selection of magazines across the most popular reading devices. No other platform provides global access to more than 900 magazine titles covering every major genre, industry, specialty and hobby. Zinio users currently download millions of magazine issues a month in 33 languages and 19 currencies – from every major global publisher. The company is focused on creating an intuitive and effortless reading experience that transforms how we read, from passive to active, from solo to social. With Zinio, readers can easily search for what they are passionate about, share with friends, save and curate content, shop for products and house and store all of their favorite magazines in their Zinio applications.
About Recorded Books: Recorded Books, LLC, a Haights Cross Communications company, produces and distributes unabridged audiobooks and other audio products to public and university libraries and schools on CD, Playaway digital players and via a downloadable service. Over 9,000 titles are available for adults, children, and young adults in English and Spanish languages narrated by professional, award-winning actors. Packaging is designed for high circulation. One-year warranty, cataloging, processing, and free MARC records are available. Recorded Books also distributes several education and entertainment database services, educational lectures, and independent films on DVD. For more information, visit www.recordedbooks.com.