@ YOUR LIBRARY…. If you are participating in the Summer Reading Program, be sure to check your email and calendar for dates and times of activities.

@ YOUR LIBRARY…. Save the date! JUNE 10 at 10:00 a.m. we will have a presentation on “Straight-laced girl, Uptight Ladies & Loose Women” by Kathy Wilson.

‘A professional historian and educator, Kathy Wilson believes learning about the past can be fun as well as interesting. To prove that point, she draws on more than 20 years of experience to create programs that engage and entertain as well as educate her audiences.

@ 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:  Americans go to school, public and academic libraries more than three times as frequently as they go to the movies.” ~American Library Association

 Fiction:     STARS OVER CLEAR LAKE by Loretta Ellsworth

LONG WAY GONE by Charles Martin

16th SEDUCTION by James Patterson

THE BEST OF ADAM SHARP by Graeme C. Simsion

DAYBREAK by Shelley Shepard Gray

BLACK SUN by Terry C. Johnston

Biography: HILLBILLY ELEGY; A MEMOIR OF A FAMILY AND CULTURE IN CRISIS  by J.D. Vance

Young Adult:     POINT GUARD by Mike Lupica

Junior Fiction:  AT THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD by Bill Nye

CHECK, PLEASE by A. J. Stern

Easy:        THE LITTLE RED HEN by Jerry Pinkney

THREE LITTLE KITTENS by Jerry Pinkney

THE GOOD FOR NOTHING BUTTON by Mo Willems

DVDs:       FANTASTIC BEATS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM

BCD (BOOKS ON CD):     THE HUSBAND’S SECRET by Laine Moriarty

44 CHARLES STREET by Danielle Steel

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@ YOUR LIBRARY…. Save the date! JUNE 10 at 10:00 a.m. we will have a presentation on “Straight-laced girl, Uptight Ladies & Loose Women” by Kathy Wilson.

‘A professional historian and educator, Kathy Wilson believes learning about the past can be fun as well as interesting. To prove that point, she draws on more than 20 years of experience to create programs that engage and entertain as well as educate her audiences.

@ 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 are more public libraries than Starbucks in the U.S.—a total of 17,566 including branches. Nearly 100% of public libraries provide Wi-Fi and have no-fee access to computers.”

 Fiction:     THE EBB TIDE by Beverly Lewis
HIGH STAKES by Fern Michaels
GOLDEN PREY by John Sandford
THE TWELVE LIVES OF SAMUEL HAWLEY by Hannah Tinti
THE HORSE DANCER by Jojo Moyes
CARNAGE OF EAGLES by William W. Johnstone

Non-Fiction: PROFILES OF VALOR; IOWA’S MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENTS OF THE CIVIL WAR by Dennis H. Black

Junior Fiction:  CLEMENTINE AND THE SPRING TRIP by Sara Pennypacker
THE GAUNTLET by Karuna Riazi

Jr. Non-Fiction:        OUT OF THE BOX: 25 CARDBOARD ENGINEERING PROJECTS FOR MAKERS by Jemma Westing

Easy:        LAUNDRY DAY by Jessixa Bagley
BIRD, BALLOON, BEAR by IL Sung Na
EATING THE ALPHABET by Lois Ehlert

DVDs:       CHICKA CHICKA BOOM BOOM
MANCHESTER BY THE SEA

BCD (BOOKS ON CD):     COLD COLD HEART by Tami Hoag
PLAY DIRTY by Sandra Brown

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@ YOUR LIBRARY…. Summer is coming fast and we have a lot of activities planned for kids and also for adults.  Be sure to sign up through our website www.wellmanlibrary.orgfor both the kids and adult programs.  Save these dates: June 10th and June 17th.  On the 10th we have Kathy Wilson, Historian, presenting “Straight-laced girls, up-tight ladies and loose women”! On the 17th New York Times best-selling author Heather Gudenkauf will visit our library.

@ 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:  “Perhaps no place in any community is so totally democratic as the town library.  The only entrance requirement is interest.” ~Lady Bird Johnson

Fiction:     MIRAMAR BAY by Davis T. Bunn
THE SECRET LIFE OF CEECEE WILKES by Diane Chamberlain
FOUND by Shelley Shepard Gray
A GROWN-UP KIND OF PRETTY by Joshilyn Jackson
THE WOMAN WHO STOLE MY LIFE by Marian Keyes
DEFIANCE OF EAGLES by William W. Johnstone

Young Adult:     IN OVER THEIR HEADS by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Junior Fiction:  PENELOPE CRUMB NEVER FORGETS by Shawn K. Stout
FULL CICADA MOON by Marilyn Hilton
THE REAL BOY by Anne Ursu

Easy:        THEY ALL SAW A CAT by Brendan Wenzel
WE’RE ALL WONDERS by R. J. Palacio
FREEDOM OVER ME by Ashley Bryan

DVDs:       BLACK OR WHITE
KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS

BCD (BOOKS ON CD):     HELLO, DARKNESS by Sandra Brown
THE MELODY LINGERS ON by Mary Higgins Clark

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@ YOUR LIBRARY…. Summer is coming fast and we have a lot of activities planned for kids and also for adults.  Be sure to sign up through our website www.wellmanlibrary.orgfor both the kids and adult programs.  Save these dates: June 10th and June 17th.  On the 10th we have Kathy Wilson, Historian, presenting “Straight-laced girls, up-tight ladies and loose women”! On the 17th New York Times best-selling author Heather Gudenkauf will visit our library.

@ 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:  “Libraries allow children to ask questions about the world and find the answers.  And the wonderful thing is that once a child learns to use a library, the doors to learning are always open.” ~Laura Bush

Fiction:     IF I’M FOUND by Terri Blackstock
THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS WENT OUT by Karen White
MOTHER’S DAY OUT by Karen MacInerney
YOU’LL THINK OF ME by Robin Lee Hatcher
RAMPAGE OF THE MOUNTAIN MAN by William W. Johnstone
TWO BY TWO (LARGE PRINT) by Nicholas Sparks

Young Adult:     HORIZON by Scott Westerfeld

Junior Fiction:  PENELOPE CRUMB by Shawn K. Stout
SERAFINA’S PROMISE by Ann E. Burg
ZANE AND THE HURRICANE by Rodman Philbrick

Easy:        WHAT TO DO WITH A BOX by Jane Yolen
IF YOUR MONSTER WON’T GO TO BED by Denise Vega

DVDs:       HERO QUEST
PIXELS

BCD (BOOKS ON CD):  CURIOUS MINDS by Janet Evanovich
KILL AND TELL by Linda Howard

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@ 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…. Summer is coming fast and we have a lot of activities planned for kids and also for adults.  Be sure to check back later in the month and sign up for the kids Summer Reading Program, or the Adult Summer Reading Program.  Also, save these dates: June 10th and June 17th.  We have some awesome programs scheduled that you won’t want to miss!  We would like to thank everyone who has supplied us with materials so that we may recycle them into new items.

@ 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:  “All books are divisible into two classes, the books of the hour, and the books of all time.” ~John Ruskin

Fiction:     THE FIX by David Baldacci
ANY DAY NOW by Robyn Carr
ALL BY MYSELF by Mary Higgins Clark
ONE PERFECT LIE by Lisa Scottoline
THE DRESSMAKER’S DOWRY by Meredith Jaeger

Non-Fiction:      KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON: THE OSAGE MURDERS AND THE BIRTH OF THE FBI by David Grann

Junior Fiction:  CRENSHAW by Katherine Applegate
AMINA’S VOICE by Hena Khan
LUCKY STRIKE by Bobbie Pyron

Easy:        PRINCE RIBBIT by Jonathan Emmett
TRANSPORTATION by Gail Gibbons
BEAR WANTS MORE by Karma Wilson

DVDs:       MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

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@ 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…. Summer is coming fast and we have a lot of activities planned for kids and also for adults.  Be sure to check back later in the month and sign up for the kids Summer Reading Program, or the Adult Summer Reading Program.  Also, save these dates: June 10th and June 17th.  We have some awesome programs scheduled that you won’t want to miss!  We would like to thank everyone who has supplied us with materials so that we may recycle them into new items.

@ 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:  “Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light.” ~Vera Nazarian

Fiction:     VICIOUS CIRCLE by C.J. Box
HER LAST BREATH by Linda Castillo
PRETENDING TO DANCE by Diane Chamberlain
MY ITALIAN BULLDOZER by Alexander McCall Smith
IN CLOSE by Brenda Novak

Young Adult:     STRANGE THE DREAMER by Laini Taylor
THE GIRL WHO WAS SUPPOSED TO DIE by April Henry

Junior Fiction:  STELLA BY STARLIGHT by Sharon M. Draper
FASHION FRENZY by A. J. Stern
THE ISLAND OF DR. LIBRIS by Chris Grabenstein
BREADCRUMBS by Anne Ursu

Easy:        LEAVE ME ALONE by Vera Brosgol
I LOVE MOM WITH THE VERY HLUNGRY CATERPILLAR by Eric Carle
GREAT, NOW WE’VE GOT BARBARIANS by Jason Carter Eaton

DVDs:       HACKSAW RIDGE

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@ 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:  “All good books have one thing in common – they are truer than if they had really happened.” ~Ernest Hemingway

Fiction:     MISSISSIPPI BLOOD by Greg Iles
MAN OVERBOARD by J. A. Jance
GIRL IN DISGUISE by Greer Macallister
THE BLACK BOOK by James Patterson
THE MARK OF THE KING by Jocelyn Green

Young Adult:     THE DISTANCE BETWEEN LOST AND FOUND by Kathryn Holmes

Junior Fiction:  FUNNY BUSINESS by A. J. Stern
AUDACITY JONES TO THE RESCUE by Kirby Larson
FIREFLY HOLLOW by Alison McGhee

Easy:        MIGHTY, MIGHTY CONSTRUCTION SITE by Sherri Duskey Rinker
FREEDOM IN CONGO SQUARE by Carole Boston Weatherford
SAY HELLO, SOPHIE by Rosemary Wells

DVDs:       COLLATERAL BEAUTY
KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS

BCD (Book on CD):     THE BOLEYN INHERITANCE by Philippa Gregory
THE HOUSE OF SILK by Anthony Horowitz

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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