New Books April 12, 2021

@Your Library… Our Library is open! We continue to ask that you wear a mask. We are open on Saturdays from 9-11 a.m.  Monday through Thursday until 6 p.m. and Friday until 4 p.m.  We will still honor curbside deliveries.

This week is Money Smart week.  Do your children receive an allowance?  We have several books to help children save money and spend responsibly.  We have many take home activities to help.

New Books added this week:

Adult Fiction:             Double Jeopardy by Stuart Woods

                                    No way out by Fern Michaels

                                    The Other Emily by Dean Koontz

                                    Back of beyond by C. J. Box

Young Adult:              Some other now by Sarah Everett

Junior Fiction:            Crocodile Rescue by Melissa Christina Marquez

                                    Rowley Jefferson’s awesome friendly spooky stories by Jeff Kinney

                                    Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s library by Chris Grabenstein

Junior Non-Fiction:   Mornings with Monet by Barb Rosenstock

Easy:                           A new Day by Brad Meltzer

                                    Goodbye autumn, hello winter by Kenard Pak

                                    10 Hidden heroes by Mark K. Shriver

                                    Brilliant Baby does math by Laura Gehl

Be Smart about Money!

Do your children get an allowance? How do you teach young children about saving/spending money? We have a few books that can help get the conversation started.

Stop in and check out any of these books. We also have several handouts and fun activities. We have a copy of “One Grain of Rice” by Demi to give to each family, while supplies last.

Update Libby to 9.0

Overdrive has done a major update to their Libby app. Here is summary of the changes:

  • Bridges colors are displayed more prominently throughout the app.
  • Catalog guides now appear on the home screen for quick discovery and access.
  • New filters for what’s new, what’s popular, what’s available, and subject listings appear at the top of the home screen for easier browsing.
  • The footer navigation is updated and a helpful tutorial guides returning users through the changes:
    • Spyglass icon: Run a search
    • Library card icon: Go to Library
    • Libby menu: Manage card & get help
    • Bookstack: Go to Shelf
    • Clock: Open activity timeline

Be sure to check out the Bridges website to see all that is offered!

New Books April 5, 2021

@Your Library… It’s National Library Week!  Our Library is open, we are working towards “normal” after closing our doors one year ago March 16, 2020! We continue to ask that you wear a mask. We are open on Saturdays from 9-11 a.m.  Monday through Thursday until 6 p.m. and Friday until 4 p.m.  We will still honor curbside deliveries.

New Books added this week:

Adult Fiction:             Win by Harlan Coben

                                    Meant to be by Jude Deveraux

                                    All the devils are here by Louise Penny

                                    The Robin’s greeting by Wanda Brunstetter

Junior Fiction:            Shoe Wars by Liz Pichon

                                    InvestiGATORS: Off the hook by John Green

Junior Non Fiction:      John Deere, that’s who by Tracy Maurer

                                    Wolverine bs. Tasmanian devil by Jerry Pallotta

Easy:                           Brilliant Baby plays music by Laura Gehl

                                    Stay this way forever by Linsey Davis

                                    Boycott blues: how Rosa Parks inspired a nation by Andrea Pinkney

                                    Swashby and the sea by Beth Ferry  

The next Big Library Read!

#BigLibraryRead begins today! Borrow the featured ebook ‘The Art of Taking It Easy’ by Dr. Brian King with no waitlists or holds from our digital collection. “From a psychologist and stand-up comedian comes a practical, yet laugh-out-loud guide to embracing humor to reduce stress and live a happier, fuller life.”