Miles J. Unger, journalist for The Economist magazine and The New York Times, discusses his latest book, Picasso and the Painting That Shocked the World. The book tells the story of an obscure young painter from Barcelona who came to Paris and made himself into one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. Publisher’s Weekly called the book, “riveting…This engrossing book chronicles with precision and enthusiasm a painting with lasting impact in today’s art world.”
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Patrons are asked to have their library cards for all transactions.
The purpose of overdue fines is not to punish borrowers. Instead, the goal is to have library materials returned so that they can be used by other library patrons.
IN PERSON: Bring to the library one of the following: the item to be renewed, your library card or the check-out receipt.
ONLINE: Go to My Account and login. Follow the directions under your account information. If the item is past the due date, it cannot be renewed online.
BY PHONE: Call the library at 330-653-6658 x1041. Have your library card handy.
IN PERSON: Cash, check, and credit cards are accepted at the library’s circulation desk.
ONLINE: Go to My Account and login. Follow the directions under your account information to pay fines using a credit card.
Fine-free status is available to Hudson patrons age 60 and older for most library materials. The only exceptions will be Hot Picks. Patrons may still incur fines from resource materials borrowed from other libraries. For more information about this new library program or to confirm your fine-free status, please contact the library at 330-653-6658 x1040.