March is Women's History Month, National Credit Education Month, and National Craft Month. Click on the March 2021 link to view library resources celebrating successful female entrepreneurs. This list includes books, e-audiobooks, e-books, and a database that will help you take control of your financial life, repair your credit, understand your credit score, and to get out of debt. It also includes library resources that will help you with the process of starting and running a craft business such as an Etsy business to sell homemade goods, jewelry, clothes, and much more.
Use the LinkedIn Learning - Lynda database to view video courses about personal finance including investing, credit, and debt. You can also use it to view video courses about starting and running a small business, an online business, marketing your small business, and many more. It is accessible remotely with your NYPL card and PIN.
If the book has a Call Number such as 158.8 H, it means that it is a circulating (print) copy, and you can borrow it.
If the book has a Call Number such as B OBAMA O, it means that it is a circulating (print) copy of a biography, and you can borrow it.
If the book has a Call Number, such as Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library - Yoseloff Business Center Reference *R-SIBL TX911.3.M3 G63 2014 Small Business Central. In that case, it is a book to be used in the library only and not available to be checked out.
If the book has a Call Number as an E-Audiobook, you can borrow it digitally with your library card and PIN.
If the book has a Call Number as an E-Book, you can borrow it digitally with your library card and PIN.