Daily Archives: March 5, 2021

Nebraska Overdrive Libraries

OverDrive is a free service offered by your library that lets you borrow digital content (like ebooks and audiobooks) anytime, anywhere. Every OverDrive collection is slightly different because each library or school picks the digital content they want for their users. Our Library is a member of Nebraska Overdrive which is a huge collection and variety of content.

All you need to get started with free digital content from your library is a library card number, which you can call, or come in to the library to get your card number.

Libby app for Overdrive is also available for your device

To use Libby:

Go to your app store or Google play, however you get apps. Search for “Libby”

Download the Libby app on your smartphone. Sign in the same way as you did with Overdrive, with library account number and phone number. You can now borrow items, read and/or listen on your phone.

You can download items to your computer, smartphone and other mobile devices.

Makerspace for the Library

New equipment in the library – Cricut.

The ultimate in professional-level cutting performance and versatility

Cuts 300+ materials, from the most delicate fabric and paper to matboard and leather. With the Cricut smart cutting machines, you can cut and create projects for home décor, parties and events, weddings, apparel, and more.

Cricut Cutter is available for library customers to use!  Please bring your own fabric, paper, or other media that you wish to use. Instructions in how to use and help in using the cutter will be available in library.

Thank you to Norris Power Goodwill Fund for the grant so that we could purchase this equipment for the library.

New Books

The Growing Season –How I Built a New Life and Saved an American farm – by Sarah Frey

 The Pale Faced Lie – by David Crow

The Impossible First – From Fire to Ice- Crossing Antarctica Alone

by Colin O’Brady

 Titanic; the Disaster that Shocked the World -by Mark Dubowski

Her Mother’s Hope – by Francine Rivers

When You Trap A Tiger- by Tae Keller

Before She Disappeared -by Lisa Gardner