New to the Dundy County Library,
Alas, Babylon By Frank, Pat
Command Authority By Clancy, Tom
Cross My Heart By Patterson, James
Fear Nothing By Gardner, Lisa
First Phone Call from Heaven By Albom, Mitch…
Gods of Guilt By Connelly, Michael
Goldfinch By Tartt, Donna
Husband’s Secret By Moriarty, Liane
Innocence By Koontz, Dean R.
Mirage By Cussler, Clive
Patriots: A Novel of Survival By Rawles, James Wesley
Rosie Project By Simsion, Graeme C.
Winners By Steel, Danielle
Large Print Fiction
The Summer EVerything
Changed By Chamberlin, Holly
Trauma Plan By Calvert, Candace
A Healing Heart By Breidenbach, Angela
The Calling By Fisher, Suzanne
All Things Hidden By Peterson, Traci
A simple Change By Miller, Judith
Derailed By Jacson, Neta
David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits By Gladwell, Malcolm
Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth By Perlmutter, David
George Washington’s Secret Six: By Kilmeade, Brian
Nearing Home: Life, Faith, and Finishing By Graham, Billy
Young Adult Fiction
Awaken By Cabot, Meg
Fairy Tale Comics: Classic Tales By Duffy, Chris
It’s Kind of a Funny Story By Vizzini, Ned
Lost Hero By Riordan, Rick
Mark of Athena By Riordan, Rick
Son of Neptune By Riordan, Rick
Underworld By Cabot, Meg
Look for new checkout procedures as DCL (Dundy County Library) has been accepted into the Pioneer Consortium. The consortium was started as a way for Nebraska libraries to explore open-source library systems. The KOHA integrated library system was chosen, developed first in New Zealand, and is now used world wide.
Please be patient with us as we roll out the system and be prepared for some exciting changes.
Library Mission Statement
The mission of the Dundy County Public Library is to be your local connection to a world of information.
The purpose of the Dundy County Public Library is to provide resources and services to fulfill individual informational needs for daily living and pleasure, and for cultural, educational and leisurely pursuits.
The library provides these resources and services to the people of Dundy County, the surrounding communities, and the state.
The library upholds the principles of intellectual freedom and provides information and materials which reflect all points of view.
The library serves people of all ages at all levels of need with access to and guidance in using its services through a trained staff, with effective use of technology, and in functional and inviting facilities.
The library informs the community of these services through an active program of public information.