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Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Southfield Public #Library - September news and events #michigan #michlit
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Going back to school?
Southfield Library Card ?
Don't go back to school without your library card!
Your library card allows you to check out books, audio books, movies, documentaries, CDs and more. See all that the library has through our catalog.
You can access the library's databases on literature, science, government and even auto repair.
Stuck on a problem or don't know where to start, ask a librarian, in person, on the phone or over IM.
Study in the library and use our quiet spaces to concentrate or work together in one of our group study rooms.
Academic Onefile is a database for research in all the academic disciplines. Academic Onefile offers balanced coverage of every academic concentration - from advertising and microbiology to history and women's studies. Combines indexing, abstracts, full text and images.
It has a little of bit of everything and can probably help your research or satisfy what you are curious about.
It is free and available anytime using your Southfield Library Card!
Authors at your library -
Do you read the credits after classic TV shows like Laverne & Shirley, Happy Days or The Odd Couple? If you do, you surely know the name of writer Mark Rothman. Mr. Rothman has assembled a wonderful book entitled Mark Rothman's Essays: Many About Show Biz and All About Life. Come meet him and hear his incredible tales from the classic years of sitcom TV. He will talk about his new book and give you an exclusive peek into the life of a writer for some of America's most popular television shows.
Mr. Rothman has also written many screenplays and several plays, including The Wearing of the Greens and Who Wants Fame? He currently splits his time between residences in Malibu, Connecticut and Detroit. In 2008, he appeared in the title role of a new musical, The Brain from Planet X, in Los Angeles, where he and the show received unanimous raves.