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Fellow color-coders and labelers! Teachers, organizers, and crafters! If you need 3/4" bright yellow circle stickers, we can hook you up.
They are the byproduct of another donut-shaped label we use, and we label lots of things and do little crafts with them, but we still have SO. MANY. YELLOW. DOTS. Call the library if you want to take some off our hands.
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It was a windy morning, but we had fun putting up Bookwalk #2 for the summer. Stop by the arboretum to go on a “moon pie” adventure. ...

We actually don't usually have a designated theme when we choose our #TuesdayTitles, but it looks like this week's books ended up all being related to children. See any you might like to read? ...

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Author Visit and Book Signing

TTB book signing fb headerPlease join us on Tuesday, October 13th from 1-4PM.
Books will be available for purchase.

Audio Book SYNC

Sync-HeaderLove Audiobooks? Every summer SYNC provides FREE downloadable audiobooks of Young Adult books that are paired with classic books.

http://www.audiobooksync.com/

Here is the catch – two new books are available each week, but you have to download them THAT week or you have missed your chance.  Once downloaded, they are yours forever (or until you decide to delete them).

The program kicked off this week with “Beautiful Creatures,” by Kami Garcia paired with one of my all-time favorite books, “Rebecca,” by Daphne Du Maurier.

Scoring 28 free new reads for your ears is a great way to enjoy the summer!

– Libby

Interested in Hosting International Students?

afsJoin us on Tuesday, April 28th at 5 PM to hear how you can “Connect to a Global Community.”

Last Blast of Summer Programs!

Don’t miss this last week of programming:

  • Tuesday – 10am – Storytime for 5-7 year olds. We will be studying the sloooooow science of plants
  • Tuesday – 9-10pm – Teens – Black light party!  Come hang out with your friends after hours.
  • Wednesday – 10am – ALL AGES – at the Hesston Highschool Auditorium.  Come see the Eric Vaughn Magic Show!
  • Thursday – 2pm – Storytime and craft for 8-11 year olds.
  • Thursday – 7pm – talk20 – Adult programFIZZ_BOOM_READ_logo Primary Stacked

Adult Summer Book TALKs

Thursday, June 5, 2014 at 7:00 PM 

Gilead by Marilynne Robinson

Gilead is written as a letter from the aging John Ames to his young son. It chronicles the lives of three generations of Ames men who took different approaches to the same moral questions.

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize (2005)
Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award (2004)

Didn’t read the book? NO PROBLEM!

There are no tests, quizzes or uncomfortable moments in the Book TALK Series! Come listen to our guest speaker, Bill Brown, and enjoy a relaxing evening in the library.

Bill Brown is a professor emeritus of English and Humanities at Kansas Wesleyan University.

 

This series is sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council.  For more information on the TALK Series, visit http://kansashumanities.org/programs/talk-about-literature-in-kansas/