September Library Board Meeting

The next board meeting will be September 1 at 6:30 pm.  We will have a short meeting before watching another watching another web program.

Library Board Meeting

Don’t Let Closed Doors Stop You!

 

     The library offers different  programs and opportunities to present books to the patrons.  We offer a reading challenge called “1000 Books”.  This program challenges you to log everything that is read,  with the goal in mind to read 1000 books!
     Another reading opportunity we offer is called “Over Drive”.  Over drive is our E-Reader program.  The advantage to this program is that you can check out books to your e-reader even when we are not open!
     Questions? Call 402-765-7266; M-W 1-5; Th 4-8; Saturday 9-Noon.
Comments from the librarian

New Books

 

     New Books:  Adult Fiction-Chamberlin: The Friends We Keep; Pittman: On Shifting Sand; Lowell: Dangerous Refuge; McEwen: Sniper Elite: One Way Trip; Jance: Judgment Call.
     New Books:  Juvenile Fiction-Redmond: Scoop Saves The Day; Parish: Amelia Bedelis: Road Trip; O’Connor: Nancy Clancy Sees the Future;  Yaccarino: Bicycle For Sale.
     Questions? Call 402-765-7266; M-W 1-5; Th 4-8; Saturday 9-Noon.
New Books

Community Service Activities

 

     The Library welcomes the high school seniors who are participating in the Community Service class.  They will be able to experience the library from a different perspective.  Right now they are rearranging the Adult Fiction Books which is not an easy task!
     The library will be hosting the county librarian’s meeting on September 15 at 10:00 am.
     The library offers different  programs and opportunities to present books to the patrons.  We offer a reading challenge called “1000 Books”.  This program challenges you to log everything that is read,  with the goal in mind to read 1000 books!
     Another reading opportunity we offer is called “Over Drive”.  Over drive is our E-Reader program.  The advantage to this program is that you can check out books to your e-reader even when we are not open!
     Questions? Call 402-765-7266; M-W 1-5; Th 4-8; Saturday 9-Noon.
Comments from the librarian

Pre School Reading

School has started and Labor Day is almost here.  September will be here and gone before we know it!   So many different activities are starting up again, including Pre School Reading.    The program will begin on September 16 at 10:00 am.  Children from 2 years old who haven’t started Kindergarten are invited to hear stories, play games, participate in activities and crafts, and check out books.

     Questions? Call 402-765-7266; M-W 1-5; Th 4-8; Saturday 9-Noon.
Comments from the librarian

New Books for the Month of August

New Books: Adult Fiction- Aunty Dimity & the Summer King by Atherton; The Blood of An Englishman by Beaton; Top Secret Twenty One by Evanovich; A Winter Dream by Evans; The Forever Bridge by Greenwood; The Icing on the Corpse by Mugavero; Loss of Innocence by Patterson; A Love Undone by Woodsmall.

New Books

Summer Ends, School Starts

We just finished with Summer Reading in which 12 children participated.  Their reading logs can still be turned in for a prize.  Now, it is on to Pre School Reading which will begin on September 16 at 10:00 am.

It is our turn to host the “Welcome Back Teachers!” coffee on August 14.

The library has been asked to be a part of the community pep rally by having a promotional booth which will include different flyers about our programs and activities.

The Literary Reading Group will met August 29th.  The theme should cover the concept of  “hero”.  In September, the group is planning a “Book Tasting” party.  The theme will be centered on “mysteries”??!!

Welcome back students and teachers!

 

Comments from the librarian

New Books:

July 2015

Audio Books:  Hitched by Carol Higgins Clark; An Hour Before Daylight by Jimmy Carter

Juvenile Fiction:  Goliath by Claudia Friddell; The Bravest Cat!: The True Story of Scarlett by Laura Driscoll;  The Bravest Dog Ever: the True Story of Balto by Natalie Standiford;  The Loch Ness Punster by Kate Klise; The Center of Everything  by Linda Urban;  The Fire Chronicle by John Stephens;  Ivy Takes Care by Rosemary Wells; Amber Brown Is Tickled Pink by Bruce Coville.

Adult Non Fiction:  Cremation In America by Fred Rosen; Nothing Daunted by Dorothy Wickensen;  The Good Son by Christopher Andersen; The old Lonesome by Carol Benson; Bushels of Nostalgia  by Susan Davis; From Hell To Here by Benny Hochman; Fletcher Street by Martha Camarillo; A Case of Solomon by Tal McThenia.

Adult Fiction:  Poseidon’s Arrow & Lost Empire by Clive Cussler;  A Match Made In Dry Creek by Janet Tronstad; A Tender Touch by Lenora Worth.

New Books

New Books Available

New Books:  Adult-The Wanderer by Robin Carr; The Spymistress by Jennifer Chiaverini; Sweet Salt Air by Barbara Delinsky; A Step of Faith by Richard Paul Evans; The Last Original Wife by Dorothea Benton Frank; Cystal Cove by Lisa Kleypas; The Lost Wife by Alyson Richman.
     Juvenile Books:   The Meanest Birthday Girl by Josh Schneider; The Life of Ty by Lauren Myracle; White Fur Flying by MacLachlan; The Visconti House by Elsbeth Edgar; Hid and Seek by Kate Messner.
New Books

Summer Reading

Great time at Summer Reading. The theme was “Animal Hero’s”. We looked for lost kittens (pompoms hidden throughout the library), shared animal stories, read the book “Goliath: Hero of the Great Baltimore Fire”, (Goliath was a Percheron trained to pull a fire wagon.), crafted our own horse shoe, and ate sliced apples!

Next Wednesday, the theme will be local hero’s. More fun to be coming! See everyone at 10:00 am.

Comments from the librarian