Do you remember the days of cassettes, eight-tracks, or (gasp!) vinyl records?
What about VHS tapes and Betamax?
For many, it seems as though technology is changing every day and that it's nearly impossible to keep current. It's been said but bears repeating...your library can help with that.
Books on tape are no longer on tape these days, at least, not exclusively so.
If you're not familiar with the device, the playaway is both book and player, all in one small and convenient package—insert a battery, plug in your headphones and go!
The Frank Sarris Public Library has quite a collection of Playaways, and a new group has just come in and is being readied for circulation.
Why not try one?
To tempt you, here's a partial list of the latest additions to the collection:
- The Cinnamon Roll Murder (Joanne Fluke)
- 11/22/63 (Stephen King)
- Kill Shot (Vince Flynn)
- Death of Kings (Bernard Cornwell)
- Micro (Michael Crichton and Richard Preston)