Placing holds on books in our library and throughout the state is just a click of a mouse away. The state-wide online catalog, WyLD is available through our niobraracountylibrary.org website. If you
find a book you would like to read or need for research just enter your library card number and pin (call the library if you have forgotten the numbers) and we’ll call you when the book arrives. Requests placed for interlibrary loans incur a $2.00 postage fee. For more information about any of the online library services be sure to call or stop by, we’re happy to give you a hands-on overview.
“Distant Neighbors” is the series name of the current Wyoming Council for the Humanities book discussion group at the library. The program has a couple of open spots if you are interested in this once a month discussion of twentieth-century Mexican literature. Four books remain to be discussed in the series. Please stop by or give us a call at 334-3490 for more information.
Winners of the Niobrara County Library Foundation’s Monday Night Football book are listed on the library’s website at https://www.niobraracountylibrary.org under Upcoming Events.
The next “Evening of Cinema” independent film at the library will be “Roads to Koktebel” on Wednesday, October 26 at 6:30 p.m. The film is Russian with English subtitles.
The Friends of the Library are planning a couple of exciting events for November. A poster and bookmark contest will be held for children of all ages. The bookmarks will be reproduced for patron use. Also, a homemade soup and bread sale will be held on Tuesday, November 22. Watch for more details about both of these events.
New books in the adult library include “Angels in the Gloom” by Anne Perry, “Straight into Darkness” by Faye Kellerman, “First Warning” by Anne McCaffrey, “Dragon Prince” by Melanie Rawn, “The Hunt Ball” by Rita Mae Brown, “Slow Burn” by Julie Garwood, “Eye of the Wolf” by Margaret Coel, “Hey, Cowgirl, Need a Ride?” by Baxter Black and “Inside the Crips” by Colton Simpson and “Auschwitz” by Sybille Stein Backer.
For the young adult, there is “My Brother’s Keeper” by Patricia McCormick.
Our junior readers will enjoy “Brave Dogs, Gentle Dogs” by Wyoming author Cat Urbigkit, “The Lambkins” by Eve Bunting and “The Meanest Girl” by Debra Allie.
Our youngest readers will be sure to like “Kitten” by Lisa Magloff and “The Big Red Blanket” by David Jacobson.
“Halloween is Almost Here!” is the theme for Storyhour on Tuesday, October 25, 2005. Storyhour is held every Tuesday throughout the year for children ages three through kindergarten.
334-3274 is the Dial-A-Story number. Dial-A-Story is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Dial in and hear an exciting story today!
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