OverDrive/ Libby is an app that you can download to your phone, tablet or kindle. There are over 15,600 audio books and 27,500 eBooks available to check out…. for FREE! You must have a library account in good standing to utilize this amazing service. Books borrowed through OverDrive/ Libby go towards our libraries circulation numbers so this doesn’t hurt our circulation numbers it actually helps. Why are you still spending money on ebooks when you can check them out for free. Call the RPL today for more information on how you can get your own OverDrive/Libby account! (308)452-4213
December 6th @ 6:30pm the library will be showing “The Polar Express” at the Family Movie Night. Thanks to the generosity of the Nebraska Library Commission, who pays for the library’s annual movie licensing. All movies at the Ravenna Public Library are FREE and the Friends of the Library provide bottles of water and popcorn for all movie goers.
December 7th @ 10am – All aboard! Before Santa comes to town tonight, come listen to “The Polar Express, make train engineer hats, and have some cookies and hot cocoa!
*Library programing is free.
October is when the libraries budget year starts. It’s also the time of year when authors and publishers are releasing books in preparation of Christmas buying. 172 items (books, magazines, S.T.E.A.M. kits,) have been added this month. Some of the authors with new releases are; James Patterson, Phillipa Gregory, Margret Atwood, Danielle Steel, John Grishim, Collen Hoover, Laurie Gleman, Andy Cohen, and Craig Johnson. Make sure to stop in and check out your favorite author or maybe become a fan of someone new.
Join us as we kick off this new fun and exciting program. The goal is that children birth – Kindergarten have 1000 books read to them before they enter Kindergarten. This will build their literacy skills that they will need once they reach school age. Children will receive prizes for each 100 books they read. Please visit with Ms. Joy about how you can sign your little one up for 1000Bb4K .
Funding for 1000Bb4K has been given by the Bethlehem Lutheran Church and their dedication to the youth o our community.