New Books Added Over the Summer

Check out the great new books added to the library over the summer!

Memorial Books

Farmer’s Market Mishap by W. Brunstetter,  Given in memory of Cleophia Denker by Family

The Seekers by W. Brunstetter, Given in memory of Eda Sandman by Family and Friends

Peace in the Valley by R. Herne, Given in memory of Joyce Schwink by Friends and Nieghbors

 Adult Regular Print Books



Camino Island by J. Grisham






16th Seduction by J. Patterson

The Duchess by D. Steele

The Fix by D. Baldacci

Undaunted by D. Palmer








Come Sundown by N. Roberts

 Large Print Books

A Matter of Trust by S. Warren

Lightning of Gold by M. Brand

Weaver’s Needle by R. Caroll

Across the Rio Bravo by R. Stone

Mulberry Moon by C. Anderson

Powder Burn by W. Johnstone

War in Lincoln County by D. Coolidge

Murder Most Howl by K. Davis

Mask of the Sun by J. Dvorak

Death Stalks the Range by J. Griffin

Sandpiper Cove by I. hannon

Pursued by L. Harris

The Sunset Trail by L.P. Holmes

Monahan’s Massacre by W. Johnstone

The Amish Man of Ice by K. Long

Killer Jam by K. MacInerney

Plain Missing by E. Miler

Deep Extraction by D. Mills

Just Fine with Caroline by A. Noblin

A Life Well Played by A. Palmer

A Matter of Trust by S. Warren

Rescue Me by S. Warren


Junior Books

Let Luck Find You, Windfall by J. Smith

Where the Sidewalk Ends by S. Silverstein

What Happens if the Rain Forests Disappear? by M. Colson

What Happens if the Ozone Disappears? by M. Colson

What Happens if We Overfish the Oceans? by A. Rayston

What Happens When Artic Cap Melts? by A. Rayston

Lucky in Love by K. West

The Go Between by V. Chambers

Windfall by J. Smith

The Mitten by J. Brett

Chippy Chipmunk Parties in the Garden by K. Miller

The Friendship Fairy by A. Provins

The Best Cat in the World by L. Newman

Dojo Day Care by B. DaCosta

Nighttime Ninja by B. DaCosta

Ninja by A. Chung

Go to Sleep, Gecko by M. MacDonald

Extremely Cute Animals Operating Heavy Machinery by D. Garden

Barney, the Lopsided Mule by L. Hughey and Son

Give “Please” a Chance by B. O’Reilly and J. Patterson

New Memorial Books

The following books have been donated to the library by family and friends.

May 2017

“The Legend of Russian Bill” by R. Lapidus in memory of Richard Bardsley

“The Last Mile” by David Baldacci in memory of Robert Troudt

In his #1 New York Times bestseller Memory Man, David Baldacci introduced the extraordinary detective Amos Decker-the man who can forget nothing. Now, Decker returns in a spectacular new thriller.

“H is for Hawk” by H. Macdonald in memory of Uncle Levi Mohler by E. Laurel Dunn

“Last Bus to Wisdom” by I. Doig in memory of mother Delores Theobald Mohler by E. Laurel Dunn

“Behind the Beautiful Forevers” by K. Boo in memory of Uncle Nathan L. Mohler by E. Laurel Dunn

In this brilliant, breathtaking book by Pulitzer Prize winner Katherine Boo, a bewildering age of global change and inequality is made human through the dramatic story of families striving toward a better life in Annawadi, a makeshift settlement in the shadow of luxury hotels near the Mumbai airport.

“The Lacuna” by B. Kingsolver in memory of father Phares L. Mohler by E. Laurel Dunn

“Frontier” by S.K. Salzer in memory of Eugene Rider

The following books were donated by family and friends

In memory of Donnaline Kitt:

“Together for Christmas” by T. Kinkade

The holiday season finds one treasured relationship about to be torn apart…while another is just coming together.

“Cape Light” by K. Spencer

“Twilight at Blueberry Barrens” by C. Coble

“Anna’s Healing” by V. Chapman

“Tangled Webs” by I. Hannon?

“Second Opinion” by H. Alexander

“In the Shadow of Denali” by T. Peterson

“The Hawaiian Quilt” by W. Brunstetter in memory of Elna Rae Kitt West

“Pray for the Dead” by D. Richards in memory of Paul Kitt

“Nebraska – 150 Years Told Through 93 Counties” by David Hendee in memory of Robert Troudt, Keith Gage, Raymond Maxfield, Gene Rider and Paul

The World-Herald’s David Hendee brings the state’s history to life in a new book, “Nebraska: 150 Years Told Through 93 Counties.”

New Junior Books Added to the Library

Junior Books

“Life of Crazy Horse” (Biography) by M. Coleman

“Life of Sacagawea” (Biography) by C. Mcaneney

“Stellar Space Jokes” by J. Fullman

“Germs – Parasites” by Bowen and Viegas

“Germs – Viruses” by Baum & Goldstein

“Kids Craft with Beads” by R. Owen

“Amphibians” by T. Jackson

“Reptiles” by T. Jackson

“Fish and Other Sea Creatures” by T. Jackson

“Kids Cook” by R. Owen

“Sewing” by R. Storey

“Kids Do Magic” by R. Owen

“Ask Amy Green – Summer Secrets” by S. Webb

“Nancy Clancy Super Sleuth” by J. O.’Connor

“Nancy Clancy Secret Admirer” by J. O.’Connor

“Nancy Clancy Sees the Future” by J. O.’Connor

“The Summer of the Swans” by B. Byers

“Leaping at Shadows” by M. Atwood

“Lucky Strike” by B. Pyron

“Robots – Mars Probes” by K. Spense

“Unstoppable Octobia May” by S. Flake

“I Survived, True Stories” by L. Tarshis

New Books added to the library

Check out some of the new books added to the library.


The Award by Danielle Steele – Capturing historical events when the German army occupied France in 1940, the story follows Gaelle’s family as her friends and family are taken away and she joins the French Resistance.



The Sleeping Beauty Killer by M.H. Clark

Two By Two by N. Sparks


Three Days in January by Bret Baier documents the last three days of Dwight Eisenhower’s presidency. It highlights his farewell speech warning Americans against the dangers of elevating partisanship above national interest, the expansion of the military-industrial complex and the creeping political power of special interests.



Killing the Rising Sun by Bill O’Reilly

Mystery Books

A Deadly Stitch by S. Sleeman

Strands of Fate by L. Kozar

A Fitting Conclusion by E. Thomas

Loom and Doom by S. Sleeman

Junior High Books

Looking for Alaska by J. Green

Large Print Books

Wild Montana Skier by S. Warren

The Great Zoo of China (thriller) by M. Reilly

Twelve Days by M. Berenson

Night Watch (thriller) by I. Johansen

Eyes Only  and In Plain Sight by F. Michaels

Dark Matter by B. Crouch


The Hunting of Tom Horn by W. Henry is an exciting collection of short masterpieces by a great western storyteller.

New regular and large print books added

New regular print books

“Precious Gifts” and “property of a Nobleman” by D. Steel.

“All Dressed in White” and “Death Wears a Beauty Mask” by M.H. Clark.

“Devoted in Death! by J.D. Robb.

“Come Rain or Come Shine” by J. Karon.

“The End Game” by C. Coulter.

“Breaking Point” by C.J. Box.

New large print books

“438 Days” by J. Franklin,

“Panquitch” by Z. Grey,

“Thin Ice” by I. Hannon,

“Apache Ransom” by W. Henry,

“Thief of Glory” by S. Brouwer,

“Pouncing on Murder” by L. Cass,

“Scottie Barked at Midnight” by K. Dunnett,

“Mistletoe Inn” by R. Evans.

“Wagon Train West” by L. Paine and

“Cold Shot” by D. Pettrey.

Memorial Books

New memorial books are listed on our Memorials & Gifts page.

Our newest memorial book in February was donated in memory of Dave Ridlen.

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This year the Jensen family is in for a rough winter. As the family attempts to make it home, Luke Jensen is tracking down an outlaw, while Smoke and Sally Jensen get stranded in unrelenting rains. A deadly showdown is coming.



The Ordinary Spaceman


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The Ordinary Spaceman, recently donated to the Wauneta Public Library by the Wauneta Breeze, tells the story of the struggles and triumphs of Clayton C. Anderson. From a small-town boy in Ashland, Nebraska, to veteran astronaut, Anderson reveals his own struggles to become an astronaut over fifteens years of dedicated efforts. Anderson offers a unique view on the life of an astronaut both in training and in life on the Space Station.