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Check Out Over 800 New Titles at Camden County Library System

 

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“ It’s What I Do: a photographer’s life of love and war” by Lynsey Addario is one of the hundreds of new titles available at the Camden County Library System.  (Baker & Taylor photo)]

VOORHEES, NJ – March 27, 2015 – The public can find hundreds of new titles that have been added to the Camden County Library System’ s collections by going to CamCat, the library’s  online catalog, on its home  page atwww.camdencountylibrary.org .  

Visitors to the home page should click on the Catalog/Account link at the top, and they’ll find  Recently Added Titles are among the choices. 

Titles are organized by over 12 different categories for targeted browsing. Each category lists all the titles with authors, the number of copies at a branch location for a given title and its current availability.  Categories include Adult Fiction, Kids Books, Nonfiction, Audiobooks, DVDs, Large Print,  Biographies, Young Adult titles and much more  -  all added within the last month.

Residents and business owners in 26 different member communities are eligible to get a free library card. For a list of member communities go to http://www.camdencountylibrary.org/get-library-card .

CamCat also provides access to over 80 magazines in electronic form for download through Zinio as well as access to hundreds of e-books and other electronic content. Explore what’s available through the E-Content link at the top of the library’s home page.

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Established in 1921, Camden County Library System seeks to meet the recreational, informational and educational needs of its customers with locations in Bellmawr, Camden, Gloucester Township, Haddon Township, Merchantville, Winslow Township and Voorhees.   The Library is governed and supported by the Camden County Board of Freeholders and the Camden County Library Commission.

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