The DVD display cart is full of Christmas movies this month. Well, at least it was when I set it up, these things are super popular. Come on down and see what we’ve got.
Even though this is the DVD blog, I should mention there’s also Christmas books on display, including some cookbooks from which you could make your favorite librarians a tasty Christmas dessert.
Anyway, don’t shoot yer eye out, and be sure to save the neck for me.
A DVD display for the rest of us.
November’s DVD cart features our newest copies of some of our most popular TV shows. Whether you’re wanting to go back and watch your favorites like Seinfeld or Breaking Bad, catch up on the latest seasons of Fargo or Vikings, or you’re a cord-cutter looking for something to replace live TV, our little DVD cart has everything you need.
The display cart is all set up with the movies you need to have a late-night Scare-a-Thon. Children that sneak into the living room to watch these movies won’t sleep for weeks.
Are you a fan of the classics like Hitchcock, or maybe something more campy like the Wolf Man? Do you like psychological thrillers, or do you want so much blood and gore that you see red for days? Whatever it is you crave, we have it for check out!
With the smell of grilling meats, flavorless beer, and the sounds of tens of thousands of your closest friends all cheering for your favorite team as our inspiration, this month’s featured DVD display is all about sports. You’ve got your Thursday-Monday entertainment all planned out: Football, Football, Football, Football, and Football. But what do you do on Tuesday and Wednesday when ESPN isn’t showing some far-away school play some other far-away school? That’s right, you come to the library and check out a sports-themed DVD to hold you over.
We’ve got most of the ESPN 30-for-30 and Nine-for-Nine DVDs, as well as some classics like Bull Durham and Jerry Maguire, and some TV like Necessary Roughness.
So stop by the featured cart this month and fill out the rest of your week with sports.
Whether or not you go to school, summer has a special way of turning off brains or at least setting them to “float in the pool” mode. Fight the summer brain drain with a documentary on nearly any topic you can imagine. Grab one that interests you, or pick up one in a totally unknown topic to expand your knowledge.
We’ll have a display near the DVD section until the end of June, so browse through it and find something entertaining and educational to add to your stack. If nothing on the cart jumps out at you, anything on the back wall of the DVD section is non-fiction, so you can find an even larger selection there.