- Wii U Family Game Night
- 2015 One READ Winner: About “Station Eleven” and Emily St. John Mandel
- 2015 List of Suggested Titles
- Suspense in a Small Town: Karin Slaughter’s Grant County Series
- The Gentleman Recommends: Tania James
- 2015 Teens’ Top Ten Nominees
- What to Read While You Wait for At the Water’s Edge by Sara Gruen
Look to the Library for Ways to Save
If your wallet feels a little light after this holiday season, it may be time for a New Year’s resolution to tighten your belt. Sometimes that’s easier said than done. To help you out, our reference librarians put on their research hats and came up with a number of useful online resources that might help you buy smarter and save an extra dollar or two.
Our “Online Shopping & Savings Tips” subject guide, collects the best of their discoveries in an easy-to-use list of links. Here’s just a sampling of what you’ll find there at www.dbrl.org/savings-guide:
- Articles with ideas for saving money on groceries and gasoline
- Coupons and rebates
- Comparison shopping sites
- Online classifieds
- Access to Consumer Reports (with your library card)
And that’s just from one of our 40+ subject guides that you might want to explore in the Research section of our website. Visit www.dbrl.org/guides to find other great guides like “Utility Bill Assistance and Energy Saving Measures.” Our digital branch is always open, so visit us online to get connected to savings know-how.
You may feel that the old adage “a penny saved is a penny earned”* needs to be adjusted for inflation, but the message behind it still makes sense. And the library can help you make those pennies—or dollars—go further.
* This common phrase, our librarians would want you to know, is thought to be a misquote of Benjamin Franklin, who said "A penny saved is twopence clear." in “Poor Richard’s Almanack” way back in 1736.