Come Join the Fun. Sign up for a fun-filled summer of activities. “Create Your Own Story”!

Click on the link below to access the Google Registration Form for the Summer Reading Program.

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Activity Bags

The library has put together activity bags for students. Each bag will include a couple of picture books for PK-2nd, craft project and activity sheets. 2nd-6th grade activity bags will include chapter books and some lessons to go with the book. The Golden Sower nominees over the last 4 years have some curriculum that we will supply. Call the library for titles or categories. 402.746.3352. Currently, bags include caterpillars, owls, dinosaurs, fish, and frogs.

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Scholastic Learn at Home

This free resource provides all students with 20 days’ worth of learning journeys that span the content areas to keep your students academically active while your buildings are closed. The site supports about three hours of learning opportunities per day, including projects, articles and stories, virtual field trips, reading and geography challenges.

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Tumblebooks online children’s book databases

TumbleBooks, based in Toronto, Canada owns and operated TumbleBookLibrary, TumbleMath, and TeenBookCloud, will make its family of online libraries available for free to all public libraries until at least August, 31, 2020.

TumbleBooks are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home. You can read as many books as you want on any device. There are no check-outs, holds, or downloads. Books are available instantly. Go to the links below and enter the appropriate username and password, if needed, in the upper right area of your screen.

TumbleBookLibrary: K-6 children’s ebooks password: tumble735 username: books

TumbleMath: K-6 children’s math ebooks password: tumble2020 username:A3b5c6

TeenBookCloud: password: tumble2020 username:A3b5c6

AudioBookCloud: password: tumble2020 username: A3b5c6

RomanceBookCloud: password: tumble2020 username: A3b5c6

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Coronavirus closure

The Auld Public Library will be closed to the public March 19-April 6. Staff will be on hand during regular hours to provide curbside service. If you need to renew items or would like to check out items, please call us at 402.746.3352. We can have items ready for you to pick up at the door.

Our card catalog can be found at Click on card catalog to check availability of materials by title, author, subject or series. We can also put together titles based on your favorite genre or author.

You can also use the overdrive program to download ebooks and audiobooks to your iphones, ipads or other reading devices. Contact the library for more information.

Please use the book drop/audio drop on the north side of the building for return materials.

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Cookie Decorating and Birdseed Ornaments

Saturday, December 21st, 10:45-noon. Grades 3-6. Enjoy craft time making birdseed ornaments for our feathered friends!

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Pete the Cat’s 12 Groovy Days of Christmas

Saturday, December 21st 9:30-10:30 PK-2nd grade. Storytime–Christmas crafts and snacks

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New Adult Titles for March/April

New Adult Titles

Parkland: Birth of a Movement
Connections in Death, Nora Roberts
The Lost Girls of Paris, Pam Jenoff
The Chef, James Patterson with Max DiLallo
The Boy, Tami Hoag
Look Alive Twenty-Five, Janet Evanovich
Chocolate Cream Pie Murder, Joanne Fluke

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New DVDs

New DVDs

If Beale Street Could Talk
The Favourite
The Hate U Give
Bohemian Rhapsody
A Star is Born

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An Evening on The Lewis and Clark Trail

Auld Public Library is hosting “Selfies with Sacajawea” The Corps of Re-Discovery on the Lewis and Clark Trail.  Thursday, April 25th 6:30-8:00 p.m.  Presentation by writer Nelsen Petersen. Equipped with the modern day conveniences of GPS, electricity and an automobile the due of Nelsen and Dean Shissler embarked on a modern-day adventure following the footsteps of Lewis and Clark.  What they discovered was a new appreciation for Lewis and Clark, Sacajawea and the entire Corps of Discovery.

We invite you to RE-Discover Lewis and Clark!

Copies of the book will be available for sale for $20.  a donation of $5 will be made to the Auld Library Foundation for each book purchase.

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