|Memorial books and new books at the Wauneta Public Library|
|Written by Wauneta Breeze|
|Thursday, 19 January 2012 16:02|
The Wauneta Public Library has been the recipient of many memorials and donations. They include:
“Collectors Cars” by Mick Walker, given in memory of Ray Hamilton; “Learning” by Karen Kingsbury, donated in memory of Marge Engell; “The Trackers” by Ray Hogan, a western in memory of Paul Applegarth.
Books given in memory of Esta Richards and Fauniel Davis include: “To Hope” by Carolyn Brown; “Lost December” by Richard Paul Evans. “I’ll Walk Alone” by Mary Higgins Clark, an audio CD, was donated by the Ronald and Sharilan Arterburn family; “The Thorn” by Beverly Lewis in memory of Ruth Decker, given by family and friends; “Heaven is for Real for Kids” by Colton and Todd Burpo, donated by Janet Zukowski and “Under a Prairie Moon” by Krista Kedrick, in loving memory of Phyllis Nordhausen.
Sharon Walgren donated a series of Guideposts books including mysteries and family life which are good reading.
“Grasping the Ring,” about Nine Unique Winners in Life and Sports by Gene Budig and donated by him.
Janice Coone donated some Spanish books and other material as well.
Books donated by a number of other anonymous donors are also welcomed.
People are urged to come to the library, check out some books and relax from all the stress from the holidays. Exciting westerns, thrilling mysteries, real life adventures, gentle romance and more can be found.
The library offers several Christian authors with series of books that make you want to read the next issue.
Audio books and large print books which are easier to read are also available.
Children are welcome to the large selection of fiction and true colorful books.
Some recent books received at the library include:
“Gone Green, Goodness Green and The Glory of Green” by Judy Christie; “Born to Die” by Lisa Jackson; “The Creed Cowboys Series” by Linda Lael Miller; “To Santa with Love” by Janet Dailey; “To Help by Kathryn Stockett, also a DVD; “The Trilogy, A Place to Call Home” by Al and Joanna Lacy; several series of books by Lori Copeland and Lauraine Snelling; “Split Second” by Catherine Coulter and “Kill Me If You Can and Kill Alex Cross” by James Patterson.
The adventure and thrilling books by Clive Cussler are great reads. A number of large print Westerns have also been received.
Everyone is welcome. Computers and copy machine are also available.
Hours include: Monday and Thursday, 12:30 - 5:30 p.m. 394-5243 or 394-5797.
See you at the Library.