Petoskey District Library wins new e-books for lifestyle and career assistance

With the support of a grant from the American Rescue Plan Act, the Petoskey District Library has added thousands of e-books to its inventory to help those affected by the pandemic.

Using the Libby app on your smart device and your Petoskey District Library Card, users now have access to thousands of digital and audiobooks online. The digital titles that will be available will include information on career development, job search, physical and mental health, and general education needs. This project aims to help people get back on their feet after the COVID-19 pandemic, and will also include resume writing tips and lifestyle change tips.

“There are only thousands of titles that we have purchased, and if you have a library card, a Petoskey library card, you can access Libby and all of those titles will help you, you know, improve your changes to find a job, to write your resume, to improve your lifestyle,” said Mary Beauchamp, reference librarian at the Petoskey District Library.

The Petoskey District Library says it is also available for assistance with the new grant, such as resume building advice and lifestyle change advice.

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