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September 15, 2013

APL to participate in Big Library Read Program

ANDERSON — Anderson Public Library will take part in the Big Library Read program. Library card holders will be able to borrow and enjoy eBook and audiobook versions of the Big Library Read book, "Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth" by Jane O'Connor, until Sept. 30 by visiting http://andersonlibrary.net/biglibraryread.

Big Library Read is an international program that gives libraries and library customers unlimited simultaneous access to a popular title for a two-week period, creating a virtual, global book club. Interested customers will be able borrow Book 1 in the Nancy Clancy series using a valid library card, and enjoy on all major computers and devices, without worrying about wait lists or holds. Titles will automatically expire at the end of the lending period. There are no late fees.

To borrow the eBook and audiobook versions of "Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth" as part of Big Library Read, library customers can visit http://andersonlibrary.net/biglibraryread.

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