Milford Family Fun Days 2019

The Friends of the Library free will book sale will be located at The Milford Methodist Church on Saturday, July 27th from 8am to 3pm. We will be located in the Narthex.

We have a large selection of books to choose from this year due to all the generous donations we received. Come support your local library and find your next favorite book!

Library Closed

The Library will be closed Saturday, July 27th for Family Fun Days.

We will reopen with regular hours on Monday, July 29th.

Have a great weekend!


Library Closed 6/22/2019

The Library will be closed Saturday June 22nd for our Board Game Day over at the Senior Center.

Please feel free to join us there and if you have time to turn in for Summer Reading Program we’ll have the prizes with us.

Game play will begin at 10:30am and run until 5pm.

Memorial Day 2019

The Webermeier Library will be closed Friday, May 24th through Monday, May 27th in observance of Memorial Day.
We will reopen Tuesday, May 28th with regular hours.

New Books For June 2019

Adult Fiction (Pale Blue)

  • Antiques Ravin’ – Barbara Allan
  • A Bend in the Stars – Rachel Barenbaum
  • The Better Sister – Alafair Burke
  • Broken Bone China – Laura Childs
  • Bared to You – Sylvia Day
  • Reflected in You – Sylvia Day
  • Entwined With You – Sylvia Day
  • The Book of Dreams – Nina George (Large Print)
  • The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna – Juliet Grames
  • Cari Mora – Thomas Harris
  • The Bride Test – Helen Hoang
  • Far and Away – Fern Michaels
  • The 13 Minute Murder – James Patterson
  • The 18th Abduction – James Patterson (Large Print)
  • The Paris Diversion – Chris Pavone
  • Neon Prey – John Sandford (Large Print)
  • Someone Knows – Lisa Scottoline (Large Print)
  • Blessing in Disguise – Danielle Steel (Large Print)
  • The Money Shot – Stuart Woods & Parnell Hall
  • Wild Card – Stuart Woods

Christian Fiction (Pale Green)

  • A Second Chance – Linda Byler
  • On a Summer Tide – Suzanne Woods Fisher
  • The Refuge – Ann H. Gabhart
  • The Memory House – Rachel Hauck
  • The Governess of Penwythe Hall – Sarah E. Ladd
  • Two Weeks – Karen Kingsbury
  • In Plain View – Olivia Newport
  • The Printed Letter Bookshop – Katherine Reay

Graphic Novels (Copper)

  • My Hero Academia: School Briefs 1 – Kohei Horikoshi


  • The Map of Knowledge – Violet Moller
  • Seize the Day – Joyce Meyer
  • Hot, Flat, and Crowded – Thomas L. Friedman
  • The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid – C.K. Prahalad
  • Edible Wild Plants of the Prairie – Kelly Kindscher
  • Son of a Farmer, Child of the Earth – Eric Herm
  • Square Foot Gardening – Mel Bartholomew
  • Imagine It Forward – Beth Comstock
  • Super Villains – Robert Greenberger
  • At Home With Muhammad Ali – Hana Ali

Science Fiction (Gray)

  • An Anatomy of Beasts – Olivia A. Cole
  • Leviathan Wakes – James S. A. Corey
  • Caliban’s War – James S. A. Corey
  • Abaddon’s Gate – James S. A. Corey
  • The Master of Dreams – Mike Resnick

Western Fiction (Tan)

  • The Sharpshooter: Brimstone and Gold Fever – Tobias Cole
  • A Season in Hell – Easy Jackson
  • Springfield 1880 – William W. Johnstone
  • The Far Tribes – Richard S. Wheeler

Young Adult (Dark Purple)

  • With the Fire on High – Elizabeth Acevedo
  • Don’t Cosplay with My Heart – Cecil Castellucci
  • Worthy – Donna Cooner
  • Aurora Rising – Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
  • Anger is a Gift – Mark Oshiro
  • On the Come Up – Angie Thomas

Summer Reading Program 2019

Here is some information on the Summer Reading Program and planned activities for kids. Sign up has already begun. Visit, call or message the Webermeier Library if you want to sign up for the program or any of the activities.
Also,you can print and use the sheet below to track your progress or you can pick a sheet up when you visit. Prizes will be handed out starting June 1st. If you have any further questions give us a call at 402-761-2937. timed_summer_reading_sheets 2019

Earth Day 2019

In Honor of Earth Day, April 22nd, the Webermeier Library has begun to sow the seeds for our Pollinator Habitat. Please do not walk on the grass mat that has been placed over the fragile seeds that have been scattered within the brick wall behind the library.

We will keep you posted in the coming weeks just how our little habitat is growing. Thanks for your cooperation.

Beautifying Webermeier Library

In the coming weeks we are hoping to transform the area behind the library, within the rounded brick wall, into Pollinator Habitat. We are looking for someone in town to help us with tilling that area so we can plant seed.

Is there anyone in town with a rototiller that would be willing to till this area for us?

Please contact the Library at 402-761-2937 and ask for George or Cathie and we will be happy to give you further details.