Literary Reading Group

The Literary Reading Group will meet Thursday evening at 6:30 April 27.

Join us and share what you have been reading lately!

Literary Reading Group

Library Board Meeting

Library Board Meeting May 1

7:00 pm

Open To All

Library Board Meeting

New Books

Juvenile DVD:  Care Bears: Fundle; Harold and the Purple Crayon

Juvenile Books:  Starling by Lesley Livingston; Dog Man Unleashed by Dav Pilkey-Dog Man Unleashed;Judy Blume-Starring Sally J. Freedman As Herself; Angelica Banks, Blueberry Pancakes Forever.

Juvenile Audio book:  James Petterson-Middle School: How I Survived Bullies, Broccoli, and Snake Hill.

Adult Non Fiction: Jo’s Little Favorites by Jo Morton (quilt book)

Adult Large Print:  In The Unlikely Event by Judy Blume; Boomer’s Bucket List by Sue Pethick; Etta Mae’s Worst Bad-Luck Day by Ann B. Ross; The River by Beverly Lewis.

Adult Fiction: The Buzzard Table by Margaret Maron; The Tamarack Murders by Patrick McManus; Murder 101 by Faye Kellerman; The Valley of amazement by Amy Tan; A Place Called Hope by Phillip Gulley; The fixer by Joseph Finder; Just Like Heaven by Lacey Baker; Range of Motion by Elizabeth Berg; Her Mother’s Hope by Francine Rivers; Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal; Smarty Bones by Carolyn Haines; Country by Danielle; The Apartment by Danielle Steel.



New Books

Literary Reading Group

March 25 at 10:00 am.  Reading Theme:  Choice.

Literary Reading Group

wear “GREEN” Day


Wear “Green” Day

    March 17, 2017

         Pre School Reading

             10:00 am

Comments from the librarian

New Books

Juvenile Fiction

Riordan, Rick – Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard

Vernon, Ursula – Ratpunzel

Large Print Adult Fiction

Chiaverini, Jennifer – Mrs. Lincoln’s Rival

Runyan, Aimie K. – Duty To The Crown

Stevenson, D.E. – The Baker’s Daughter

Wiggs, Susan – The Beekeeper’s Ball

Adult Fiction

Kellerman, Faye – Gun Games

Paperback Adult Fiction

Weir, Andy – The Martian


New Books

Holiday Team Mate Donations

Thank you to everyone who donated.  The single, one dollar bills donated  to HPC’s mentoring program will benefit future activities.

Book Reviews, Comments from the librarian

Art Month at the Library

During the month of March we will have on display and in the windows, art projects by the fourth and fifth grades.  And art by high school students.  Stop by to see amazing talent!

Comments from the librarian

New Books:

Paperback Fiction

Blackwell, Juliet-The Paris Key

Collins, Jackie-Drop Dead Beautiful

Crandall, Susan-Whistling Past the Grave Yard

Drake, Olivia-If the Slipper Fits

Fitzpatrick, Flo-Aria In Ice

Kwok, Jean-Girl In Translation

Moyes, Jojo-The Last Letter From Your Lover

Large Print Fiction

Dunn, Scarlett-Christmas At Dove Creek

Chamberlin, Holly-The Season of Us

Fluke, Joanne-Double Fudge Brownie Murder

Hannah, Sophie-The Carrier

Harman, Patricia-The Reluctant Mid Wife

Ross, Joann-Sea Glass Winter

Thomas, Jodi-Can’t Stop Believing

Woods, Sherryl-A Seaside Christmas

Adult Fiction

Evanovich, Janet-Turbo Twenty-Three

Barron, Stephanie-Jane and the Twelve Days of Christmas

Lowell, Elizabeth-Running Scared

Patchett, Ann-Commonwealth

Macomber, Debbie-Blossom Street Brides

Scottoline, Lisa-Every Fifteen Minutes

Adult Non Fiction

Cooking Light: Way to Cook

Juvenile Books




The Jungle Book

Dora Saves the Snow Princess

Barbie: 12 Dancing Princesses

Strawberry Shortcake: Sweet Sunshine Adventures


Holm, Jennifer L.-Full of Beans

Petersen, David-Snowy Valentine

Non Fiction

Grimes, Nikki-Garvey’s Choice





New Books

Pre School Reading

Starting the fall Pre School Reading on September 26 at 10:00 am.  Due to changes in the school schedule, we have switched to Monday mornings.  Pre School Reading is for 2 year olds to pre-kindergarten kids.  Join us in story time, crafts, games, & learning activities.