Blog: Malden Public Library

HyRead for Chinese ebooks

https://maldenpubliclibrary.ebook.hyread.com.tw/

We are very excited to announce the launch of HyRead, Taiwan’s most popular library e-reading platform.  We are the first one in Massachusetts to offer this service.

Currently, Malden Public Library on HyRead has Chinese titles in traditional and simplified Chinese characters with wide topics.  They can be accessible to Malden Public Library card holders for online reading or downloading to cell phones, tablets, and personal computers.

If you have any question/recommendation, please contact the library at 781-324-0218 or email to info@maldenpubliclibrary.org (accept email in Chinese)

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HyRead  隨身讀, 隨身聽

 

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摩頓公共圖書舘非常高興推出臺灣最受歡迎的圖書館電子雲端閱讀平台HyRead

目前,摩頓公共圖書舘在 HyRead 上擁有以繁體和簡體漢字出版的電子圖書。內容均為大家所喜愛的主題。 凡是持有摩頓公共圖書舘卡片的讀者都可以使用, 進行在線閱讀或下載到手機,平板和個人電腦。

如果有任何疑問/建議, 請致電摩頓公共圖書館 781-324-0218 或電郵 info@maldenpubliclibrary.org  (可收中文電郵)

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摩顿公共图书馆非常高兴推出台湾最受欢迎的图书馆电子云端阅读平台 HyRead

目前,摩頓公共圖書舘在 HyRead 上拥有100多本以繁体和简体汉字出版的电子图书。内容均为大家所喜爱的主题。 凡是持有摩顿公共图书馆卡片的读者都可以使用, 进行在线阅读或下载到手机,平板和个人电脑。

如果有任何疑问/建议,请致电摩顿公共图书馆 781-324-0218 或电邮 info@maldenpubliclibrary.org  (可收中文电邮)

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使用支援

〉〉  軟體下載 Click Here to Download the App

〉〉  進入 Click Here to Access HyRead

〉〉  Or, 使用二維碼進入 Use this QR code to access HyRead ((可能手機或平板上無法顯示)

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〉〉  操作手冊在此 

〉〉  如何改變字體, 排列, 以及發聲功能  (手機及平板適用)

  1. 書籍借到自己的卡片帳號後,點擊右上方書
  2. 如果書籍pdf epub 格式,選擇 epub格式下載
  3. 點擊銀幕上方 AA,即可選擇字體以及排列,點擊銀幕上方的喇叭,即可改為有聲書模式

〉〉  如何找到摩頓公共圖書館的電子書

在手機或是平板上

  1. 點擊在左上角三條橫線處,
  2. 點擊下方 Add Library,
  3. 點擊公共圖書館,
  4. 點擊Malden Public Library,
  5. 點擊右上角的 X, 關閉頁面。

額外奉送: 電腦版上有 HyRead 免費提供的”作家專欄”和”精選文章”, 不錯哦!

在手機或是平板上, 如何返回圖書館網站?如何看到圖書館新的 HyRead 使用信息? 

在手機版上, 在圖書館名字的右上方, 有一個驚歎號, 點出來是最新消息 Notifications

在平板右邊一點的地方, 有一個驚歎號, 點出來是最新消息 Notifications

 

Each card can borrow up to 2 titles for 7 days with 1 renewal.  

 

Black History Month: Poetry

It’s Black History Month! Throughout February we will celebrate and acknowledge Black history by sharing recommended reading lists in various genres. These lists include both print books and ebooks.

First up: Poetry! Poetry has the power to put words to what we feel; it is both witness and inspiration, and moves us forward. This list includes just a few of the many inspiring Black poets of the last four hundred years: Black History Month: Poetry

Thursday, January 28th 7-9PM
Free Triple Threat Trivia Online Edition
Sign Up Now!

We aren’t able to hold our annual Triple Threat Trivia fundraiser this year, but we couldn’t let this year go by without an opportunity to challenge the minds of Malden! Join us on Thursday, January 28th at 7PM to play with old friends or make new ones as you take on fun and family-friendly questions that will surely get you thinking. Sign up here by Monday, January 25th.

If you have questions, please call 781-324-0218 or email Jean at jslavkovsky@maldenpubliclibrary.org.
This event is sponsored by the Trustees of the Malden Public Library.

Tuesday, Oct 13th 7-8:30PM
Game Night for Adults!

Join Librarians Patrick and Jean to play Jackbox games online!

These games can be played online and all you need to be able to do is have a computer or smart phone and a way to join the Zoom call. The games are about 20 minutes each and skew towards humor and trivia topics.

 

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/97825456149

Career Workshop: Tips for a Successful Virtual Interview
Thursday, August 6th 7-8:30PM

VIRTUAL Story Time for Adults!
Friday Folk and Fairy Tales at 12:15PM

Join us Friday, June 26th at 12:15pm for the reading of a new fairy tale, “Reeling for the Empire” from Vampires in the Lemon Grove by Karen Russell. This story is not recommended for children. A link will be posted here for the Zoom meeting 15 minutes before the event.

“Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” ~ Neil Gaiman* Coraline

The pandemic has presented us with new challenges and exacerbated old ones. Folk and fairy tales do not merely entertain us, but teach and remind us that we can conquer whatever we face and help quell our fears and anxieties. As we are faced with new obstacles we also need new fairy tales. On these summer Fridays, we will be sharing a combination of old and new folk and fairy tales to aid our community in overcoming the challenges we face today.

*Paraphrasing of G.K. Chesterton’s Red Angel: “Fairy tales, then, are not responsible for producing in children fear, or any of the shapes of fear; fairy tales do not give the child the idea of the evil or the ugly; that is in the child already, because it is in the world already. Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey. What fairy tales give the child is his first clear idea of the possible defeat of bogey. The baby has known the dragon intimately ever since he had an imagination. What the fairy tale provides for him is a St. George to kill the dragon.”