Libraries across the state and the country have been going fine free for a few years. I am excited to announce that the East Lansing Public Library will be fine
In an October 4, 2013 “Scientific American” article by Julianne Chiaet, she writes that “reading literary fiction improves empathy.” It is evident, now more tha
Dear Friends, The East Lansing Public Library (ELPL) celebrates National Library Week, which occurs every April, by hosting our annual fundraiser, Books, Bites
To our Community: In the interest of protecting the well-being of our East Lansing community, and following information from state and federal public health au
Dear Library Patrons, I never in a million years would have thought that I would have to make the decision to close the library because of a pandemic, but this
Macmillan Publishers are once again targeting libraries and their ability to purchase e-content. Macmillan’s new library business model, effective on November 1, allows a library to purchase a single copy of a new title in eBook format when released, then Macmillan will impose an eight-week embargo on additional copies of that title sold to libraries.
The MSU-East Lansing One Book, One Community (OBOC) Planning Committee is in the process of selecting the book for the 2019 OBOC program and wants to hear from you! The OBOC program encourages the community to read the same book and come together to explore its themes at a variety of campus and community events…