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@ YOUR LIBRARY…. Check out our website www.wellmanlibrary.org for pictures of our student visitors last week during National Library Week.  We had a great time!

@ YOUR LIBRARY…. FCCLA will be hosting a Story Time on Saturday, April 22nd from 9-10 a.m.

@ YOUR LIBRARY…. If you have read a book you would like to share with others, please see our book review section on our website www.wellmanlibrary.org.  We would appreciate your comments and reviews.

@ YOUR LIBRARY…. We are continuing our “Give a little Love” program to give back to members of our community.  You can help us by donating nonperishable items to the Goodwin Senior Center.  For a list of items, log into our website or stop in and visit with us.

@ YOUR LIBRARY…  Like us on Facebook and check out our website www.wellmanlibrary.org for information about library and city events.  Look under the tab “Library and Community Events”.  Follow our library blog at www.wellmanlibrary.blogspot.com for information, news and happenings.  We have many activities planned for the next several months and you can find the details there.

Quote of the Week:  “There is no friend as loyal as a book.” ~Ernest Hemingway

Fiction:     After the storm by Linda Castillo
The devil’s triangle by Catherine Coulter
Cutthroat by Clive Cussler
Say nothing by Brad Parks
The art of losing yourself by Katie Ganshert

Young Adult:     All American boys by Jason Reynolds

Junior Fiction:  Annika Riz, Math whiz by Claudia Mills
The war that saved my life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
Doggy Day care by A.J. Stern

Easy:    What will grow by Jennifer Ward
Bear snores on by Karma Wilson

DVDs:       Safe haven
Storks

BCD (Book on CD):     Tell me by Lisa Jackson
Sam’s letters to Jennifer

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@ YOUR LIBRARY…. This has been National Library Week!  We have enjoyed all the Wellman Elementary students who have had a chance to visit the library!

@ YOUR LIBRARY…. We will be hosting a Story Time on Friday, April 14th at 10:30 a.m. while the students are out of school.

@ YOUR LIBRARY…. If you have read a book you would like to share with others, please see our book review section on our website www.wellmanlibrary.org.  We would appreciate your comments and reviews.

@ YOUR LIBRARY…. We are continuing our “Give a little Love” program to give back to members of our community.  You can help us by donating nonperishable items to the Goodwin Senior Center.  For a list of items, log into our website or stop in and visit with us.

@ YOUR LIBRARY…  Like us on Facebook and check out our website www.wellmanlibrary.org for information about library and city events.  Look under the tab “Library and Community Events”.  Follow our library blog at www.wellmanlibrary.blogspot.com for information, news and happenings.  We have many activities planned for the next several months and you can find the details there.

Quote of the Week:  “Knowledge is free at the library.  Just bring your own container.” ~unknown

Fiction: I killed Hemingway by William McCranor Henderson
If not for you by Debbie Macomber
Death by design by Laura Childs
Silent scream: an Anna Travis mystery by Lynda LaPlante
How sweet the sound by Vanessa Miller

Young Adult: Dragonwatch by Brandon Mull

Junior Fiction: The key to extraordinary by Natalie Lloyd
Ellie’s story: a dog’s purpose by W. Bruce Cameron

Easy: He came with the couch by David Slonim
Steppin’ out: playful rhymes for toddler times by Lin Oliver

DVDs: The hateful eight

BCD (Book on CD): Babe on board by Konrath Peterson
The fallen by T. Jefferson Parker

Tech Tuesday

techtuesday

Since it’s national library week, we thought we’d share more about our library for this week’s Tech Tuesday.  Did you know you can browse our books and movies from the comfort of your home?  If you’re wondering if we have a book or movie, visit our online card catalog here or on our Browse Online page.

If we don’t have an item you’re looking for, you can search the inter-library loan site (SILO) to see if it is available in another library in Iowa.  If so, the library can borrow the book from the other library for you.  To browse SILO, search here or on our Browse Online page.