Jan 26 2015

January new additions

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Jan 05 2015

New Audio books for all ages!

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Here’s a list of our audio books on cd that we just received on loan.  Play them while cooking, while the kids are gaming,

when you are cleaning the house, or driving the car to work…come give them a try today!

For kids  6-12yrs:  

Emma-Jean Lazarus fell out of a tree  by Lauren Tarshis

The Penderwicks, a summer tale of four sisters, two rabbits, and a very interesting boy  by Jeanne Birdsall

Ophie out of Oz  by Kathleen O’Dell

For teens:

Things not seen by Andrew Clements

Pants on fire by Meg Cabot

The sisterhood of the traveling pants  by Ann Brashares

The Book Thief  by Markus Zusak

For the adults:

Pontoon by Garrison Keillor

Fast track by Fern Michaels

Two for Texas  by James Lee Burke

Reilly’s Luck by Louis L’Amour

Split Image by Robert B. Parker

The Fellowship of the ring by J.R.R. Tolkien

Change of Heart by Jodi Picoult

 

 

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Oct 28 2014

Audio Books to check out!

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Oct 26 2014

OverDrive Ebooks and new books at the library!

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We also are announcing that we have joined OverDrive!  Our Patrons can now enjoy Ebooks thru our library and this great resource.  The kids can access it on their computers and Ipads from school also.  If you would like to access this service, please call or stop in to register for your library card and information on how to use OverDrive on your device.  We look forward to helping you enjoy relaxing and reading a good book today!

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Aug 06 2014

Annual Pancake Feed is almost here!!! Come to Triple F Days and enjoy our pancakes!!!

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2014 pancake feed flyer

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Jul 09 2014

July Library Board Meeting

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The Library Board had alot to discuss today.  We did not have a June meeting due to illness, so no old business was reviewed.  The new mission statement was approved and is as follows:  “The mission of the Fairfield Public Library is to become a center of resources to nurture imagination, inspire learning, empower individuals, and enrich the community.”  Three additional policies were approved, Advocacy, Confidentiality of patron records, and Emergency & safety.  Triple F Days is August 16th so the annual pancake feed for the library was planned out.  Pancakes, country ham, eggs, coffee, or tang will be served 8am-10am at the city auditorium.  There will be a drawing for kids, teens, and adults to sign up for for a $25 gift certificate to the Prairie Books & gifts store towards a book of their choice.  The Library is 100 years old this year and we will have movies at the library 1pm-5pm in celebration.  Snacks and drinks will be provided.  There will be cupcakes and sidewalk chalk for the kids to draw on the walks to help celebrate.  Glow in the dark bracelets will be given out to all the kids.  The front entry way is need of repairs, the library received 1 bid for the project and will be asking the city if they wish to have more bids.  The library plaque to honor the librarians of Fairfield has been tabled for the next meeting.  We are having a hard time finding anyone locally to do the plaque.  Our new bookdrop is up and will be receiving a new faceplate soon.  We have a wonderful volunteer who wants to help the library by cleaning it once a week, we are very grateful for her service to the library!  The library will be offering laminating services for 81/2 x 11 sheets for $1.50 and business size cards for $.75 per sheet.  The library will be purchasing a new emergency kit this month.  The library voted to join the local community club to show its support of their activities in our community.  Budget time is here so we will be planning the next year’s budget during July.  The kid and teen sections of the library has been painted and now on to the adult side….blue is the popular choice!  The library is working on a brochure that will detail its services.  The next meeting will be August 8th.

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Apr 24 2014

More April 2014 Additions at Fairfield Public Library

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Biography

  • My Lucky Life In and Out of Show Business: a Memoir by Dick Van Dyke
  • Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself by Alan Alda

Christian Fiction

  • The Confession by Beverly Lewis

Mystery

  • Hangman by Faye Kellerman
  • Now He Thinks He’s Dead by Ron Goulart
  • Phantom Prey by John Sandford

Romance

  • Friday Nights: a Novel by Joanna Trollope

Young Adult -Fantasy Fiction

  • The Gray Wolf Throne by Cinda Williams Chima

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Apr 16 2014

Recently Added Titles at Your Library

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Biography

  • SpecialAgent: My Life on the Front Lines as a Woman in the FBI by Candace DeLong

Large Print – Nonfiction

  • Behind the Beautiful Forevers by Katherine Boo

Mystery/Suspense

  • Bare Bones by Kathy Reichs
  • Bones by Jonathan Kellerman
  • The Boxer and the Spy by Robert B. Parker
  • The Deadhouse by Linda Fairstein
  • The Innocent by David Baldacci
  • Mind Prey by John Sandford
  • Royal Flush by Rhys Bowen – Book 3 of the Royal Spyness Mystery series

Political Women’s Fiction

  • Eighteen Acres: a novel by Nicole Wallace

Romance (Paranormal)

  • Mystical Warrior by Janet Chapman

 

 

 

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Nov 01 2013

Obituary Lookups

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Hi everyone! We received a question about Obituary Lookups.  Unfortunately we don’t have any other than what has been donated to the museum downstairs.  We did get in contact with the Clay County News in Sutton and asked them how a person would be able to find obituaries thru them.  The paper said to come to their office at 207 N. Saunders Avenue in Sutton and anyone can look thru all their old papers in the basement.  The hours are Monday – Friday 8am-5pm.  This paper would be a great starting place for anyone looking up family history.

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Jun 21 2013

Summer Reading Program Dig into Reading 2013 Day 1

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