• Library Hours

    - Monday 12 pm to 6 pm -- Tuesday 3 pm to 6 pm -- Wednesday 10 am to 6 pm -

    - Thursday 3 pm to 6 pm -- Friday 12 pm to 6 pm -- Saturday 9 am to 1 pm -

Newsletter 2016-09-23

Watch a Free Movie Friday, September 30.  From 4 to 5:30 pm a children’s movie, 101 Dalmatians, will be shown.  Nibble on microwave popcorn and drink cranberry juice while watching 101 Dalmatians on the 30th.

Friday, October 7, 2016 from 1:30 to 2:30 pm the Mystery Book Group will discuss A Wanted Man, by Lee Child, the 17th book in the Jack Reacher series.  From NoveList, provided by BadgerLink:  “Hitching a ride to Virginia in a car with three strangers, Jack Reacher finds himself unwittingly involved in a massive conspiracy that makes him a threat.”

N-O-W’s Traveling Preschool Playgroup will visit the library Wednesday, October 26, from 10 to 11:30 am.  We will have treats, stories, and a craft for Halloween.

Newsletter 2016-09-09

New Fiction:

  • Apprentice in Death, In Death series, 43, by J. D. Robb.

New Audiobook on CD:

  • A Wanted Man, A Jack Reacher novel, 17, by Lee Child; read by Dick Hill.

New DVDs:

  • Dean Teaster’s Ghost Town, starring Herbert “Cowboy” Coward, Bill McKinney, DJ Perry, Princess Lucaj, Rance Howard, Renee O’Connor, Tony Becker, Stella Parton, Terence Knox, Sammy Kershaw, Charles Edwin Powell, Terry Jernigan, Charles Matthau, Dean West, Anthony Hornus.
  • Longmire, The Complete Fourth Season

Newsletter 2016-09-02

New Nonfiction:

  • The world of Ben-Hur, by Mike Aquilina.  “A must-have for fans of the epic film, acclaimed author Mike Aquilina offers an unflinching look at the life and times in which the epic adventure of Ben-Hur is set. By exploring the gripping times in which the Roman Empire ruled the world, countless scenes throughout the film will have greater meaning and a significance that only knowledge of history can provide. You’ll come to a deeper understanding of the Roman penal system that led Judah Ben-Hur to the galleys, the struggle to survive disease and martyrdom, the inevitable destiny of the slave, and the truth about the Roman games that gave birth to the famous chariot race that remains one of the most memorable experiences in cinematic history.”

Newsletter 2016-08-26

New Nonfiction:

  • The first fossil hunters: dinosaurs, mammoths, and myth in Greek and Roman times, by Adrienne Mayor.
  • Fossil legends of the first Americans, by Adrienne Mayor.
  • The griffin and the dinosaur: how Adrienne Mayor discovered a fascinating link between myth and science, by Marc Aronson with Adrienne Mayor; illustrated by Chris Muller.

Newsletter 2016-08-19

New Nonfiction:

  • Inferno, The Divine Comedy, book 1, by Dante Alighieri; translated by Robert & Jean Hollander; introduction & notes by Robert Hollander.
  • Purgatorio, The Divine Comedy, book 2, by Dante Alighieri; a verse translation by Jean Hollander & Robert Hollander; introduction & notes by Robert Hollander.
  • Paradiso, The Divine Comedy, book 3, by Dante Alighieri ; a verse translation by Robert & Jean Hollander ; introduction & notes by Robert Hollander.

Newsletter 2016-08-06

New Fiction:

  • As time goes by: a novel, by Mary Higgins Clark.  “Television journalist Delaney Wright tries to find her birth mother just as she is assigned to cover the high-profile trial of a woman accused of murdering her wealthy husband.”
  • Bullseye: a Detective Michael Bennett thriller, book 9, by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge.  “Snow blankets the avenues of Manhattan’s exclusive Upper West Side. The storm is the perfect cover for a fashionable, highly trained team of lethal assassins as they prowl the streets, hunting their prey. But their first hit is simply target practice. Their next mission may very well turn the Cold War red-hot once again.”
  • Dead loudmouth: a Loon Lake mystery, book 16, by Victoria Houston.  “A Wisconsin detective must solve a double murder and rescue a kidnapped child”– Provided by publisher.
  • The obsession, by Nora Roberts.  “Naomi Bowes followed her father into the woods. In freeing the girl trapped in the root cellar, Naomi revealed the horrible extent of her father’s crimes and made him infamous, and had to deal with this terrible knowledge the rest of her life.”