October 2014



The Amazing Spider Man 2

Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Earth to Echo

Kung Fu & Panda 2

October 2014
ADULT FICTION Gray Mountain by John Grisham Leaving Time by Jody Picoult Mr. Miracle: A Christmas Novel by Debbie Macomber Seventh Grave and No Body by Darynda Jones Winter Street by Elin Hilderbrand When Mercy Rains by Kim Vogel Sawyer Stranded by Alex Kava Deadline by John Sandford Bones Never Lie by Kathy Reichs Burn by James Patterson Supreme Macaroni Company by Adriana Trigiani Forgotten Girl by David Bell The Old Lonesome by Carol Benson Perfect Witness by Iris Johansen Blood Magick by Nora Roberts Havana Storm by Clive Cussler

Well December comes to a close, another busy month at the library! We had a busy day making Christmas ornaments and look forward to continuing our pre-school story hour the first Friday of every month. I’d like to encourage everyone to come join the fun!
We are busy getting our inventory of all our books online, that will be available to the public soon. Look for more information next month on how to access the inventory list. We continue to have the Edison Die-Cast machine that is available to the public until January 6, 2014.
Thanks to everyone that reached out and donated to the library fund and made it possible for us to reach our Great Plains Hunt Family Foundation Challenge of $50,000!!! Sometime after the 1st of the year, they will be presenting a check to us for $25,000.  I’m also proud to say that the Hansen Foundation awarded us a grant to pay for heating and air-conditioning for the new library.
The village board of Culbertson has made the decision to start the new construction of the library this spring with a proposed finish date of December 2014. However, we are still accepting donations to help complete the construction of the library.  Thank you again for everyone’s support!!!

One Response to “December 2013”

  • Congratulations on reaching your goal of $50,000 in donations. I hope it’s enough. Also it was a very nice gesture of the Hansen Foundation to award a grant to pay for the heating and air conditioning.

    A great way to repurposing some of the older library card catalogs is to use them to store your Christmas ornaments. I”m a huge fan of specialty Christmas ornaments and those old card catalogs are a neat way to store them and keep them safe.

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October 2014


Savage Will: The Daring Escape of Americans

Trapped Behind Nazi Lines by Timothy M. Gay

Growing Up Social: Raising Relational Kids in a

Screen-Driven World by Gary Chapman

The Mayor by Richard Riordan

October 2014
YOUTH FICTION Redeemed by P.C. Cast Heroes of Olympus Book Five: The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Mottor by Jon Scieszka Home by Sarah Prineas Lost by Sarah Prineas Found by Sarah Prineas Atlantia by Ally Condie
October 2014


Ghosts Go Haunting by Helen Ketteman

Great Thanksgiving Escape by Mark Fearing

My Teacher Is a Monster by Peter Brown

Animals' Santa by Jan Brett

Simpson's Sheep Won't Go to Sleep by Bruce Arant

Look and Find Disney Planes by Editors of Publications International

Pretty Minnie in Paris by Danielle Steel

October 2014


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