The Library has purchased, and generous donors within the community, anonymously, and from outside the community have given us a number of new items. I would like to thank all of the donors, but I cannot list them all here.
We have over 80 new movies, mainly on DVD but a couple of new-to-the-library movies on VHS.
We have a number of new children’s books, which we got from the Nebraska Library Commission and some which the Library purchased. Some of these are for the children’s summer reading program, and feature super heroes.
We have a number of new books for adults! A local donor has donated the library a number of Christian books. Another local donor has given the library a number of mysteries and westerns! Included are a number of books by William Johnstone, several by Louis L’Amour which the Library did not have in its collection, and a new printing of a classic by Zane Grey, which the Library did not have. We have new mysteries, including mysteries involving apple orchards, knitting mysteries.
We have several new inspirational mysteries, especially featuring Amish settings, by popular authors such as Wanda Brunstetter and Sarah Price.
The Library has several new non-fiction books, including about current events, such as Michael Moore’s Dude, Where’s My Country? and That Used to Be Us by Thomas Friedman in large type. A professional book reviewer has given us Mashi by Robert K. Fitts, about Masanori Murakami, the first Japanese Major League Baseball Player.
We were given a copy of The Hope We Seek by Rich Shapiro and the accompanying music CD, “Songs from the Big Wheel” by Rich Shapiro and Marissa Nadler. This is a brand-new book and CD.
Please come by and look around at these new items, and the thousands of items we already had in the collection.