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  • Turner Library | Randolph | Turner Free Library

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  • What to Read | Randolph | Turner Free Library

    New Arrivals For free weekly emails of our latest books and movies, enter your email address here: Kids NoveList K-8 Plus Read-alikes, grade level, and reading level suggestions for kids Recommend Reads Lists of books recommended by the Association for Library Service to Children Award Winners Book and media award winners, including the recipients of the Caldecott, Carnegie, and Newbery Medals Teens Teen Book Finder Award winning books, audiobooks, and films for teens 12-18 Rainbow Book List Books with significant gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer/questioning content for ages 0-18 NoveList Plus Read-alikes, grade level, and reading level suggestions for teens Adults NPR's Book Concierge Yearly guide to NPR's favorite reads Fantastic Fiction Browse bestselling fiction authors, books and series in order Whichbook Select what you like-or don't like-in your books to get a list of suggested reads NoveList Plus Read-alikes and genre suggestions for adults Turner Free Favorites Recommendations Personalized recommendations from Turner Free Library's librarians Anti-Racism Resource List Books, films, and websites for anyone interested in taking a stand against racial prejudice and intolerance. Caribbean-American Heritage Resource List Books and films celebrating Caribbean-American heritage Pride Month Resource List LGBTQIA+ books and movies for Pride Month TFL Kindles Books available on the Turner Free Library's Kindles. Click here to check availability Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Resource List Books and films celebrating Asian and Pacific Islander American heritage Health Literacy and Equity Resource List Books, ebooks, and websites providing evidence-based health information Quick Reads (Hi-Lo) High-interest, low-readability (Hi-Lo) books for teens and adults School Required Reading Lists Books assigned for summer reading by local schools Black History Non-Fiction Resource List Books and documentaries on Black history Job Seeker Resource List Books and websites for job seekers Women's History Resource List Books and films relating to the upcoming Women's Suffrage Centennial and the ongoing struggle for equal rights

  • Libary Policies | Randolph | Turner Free Library

    Library Policies The Turner Free Library has developed a series of policies to provide guidance around use of its materials, equipment, facilities, and grounds, and to inform the protection of the rights and safety of library patrons, volunteers, and staff. All translations are completed by dedicated library volunteers and language experts, if you would like to volunteer your translation services to the library please contact the director at . Archives Archives Collection Policy Archives Reading Room Policy Library Materials Circulation Policy | Politica de Circulacion Collection Development Policy Teacher Card Policy Long Range Plans Long Range Plan, FY2022-FY2026 Meeting Rooms Meeting Room Use Policy Safety & Security Appropriate Behavior Policy | Pwotokòl pou Konpòtman ki Kòrèk | Política de comportamiento apropiado de usuarios | Hành vi ứng xử phù hợp Internet Use Policy Patron Privacy Policy Safe Child Policy | Pwotokòl pou Asire Sekirite Timoun | Política para la seguridad de los niños | Chính sách An toàn cho Trẻ em Social Media Management and Patron Engagement Policy Statement on Race and Social Equity ​ Adopted by Board of Trustees 07/07/2020 COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines The Turner Free Library's priority during the COVID-19 pandemic is the safety of our staff and our patrons. The library will continue to follow the direction of the Randolph Department of Public Health and take local infection and vaccination rates into account when revising these guidelines. Please note that the ongoing pandemic is an evolving situation and this information is subject to change. Current guidelines: To enter the library you must be free of COVID-19 symptoms. Face coverings are recommended for all library visitors when indoors per Centers for Disease Control (CDC) mask guidance. Available Services In-library holds pickups and browsing Library computers, printer, copier, and fax machine usage Seating and study space In-person programs for kids, teens, adults, and seniors Unavailable Services Studio use