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The mission of the Temple Beth Am Library is to provide materials of education, entertainment, and enrichment for our schools, congregation, and community. The Library staff shall coordinate programs to supplement and enhance the variety of educational, social, and spiritual activities and events offered at Temple Beth Am. The Library staff is committed to excellence and service that brings about a positive experience for each library user.
Our adult collection consists of Judaica fiction and non-fiction, including biography, history, art, Bible commentaries and philosophy, cookbooks, music and literature; while our children’s collection consists of both Judaica and General on every subject imaginable. Additionally, we have a selection of books-on-tape and CD, videos and DVDs, a multi-media center with full Internet access, as well as connections to subscription services available through the public library.
Other resources such as Hasafran, the online discussion group of the Association of Jewish Libraries, and Torat Hayim, the Torah Study online for Reform Jews, are readily on hand.
|Doreen Rappaport, an award-winning author of children’s books, was a featured author at the annual PATIO Book Fair October 24–25, 2012. Doreen is the author of 38 fiction and non-fiction books.||PATIO held its annual Book Fair at Temple Beth Am Day School October 24–25, 2012. Special thanks to all of the teachers and parents who made the event such a big success.|
Librarian Etta Gold (center) with library assistants Laurie Naturman and Rachel Levy.
Library: 305.667.6667, ext. 128 • Etta Gold: firstname.lastname@example.org