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Memorial and new books at Wauneta Public Library PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wauneta Breeze   
Thursday, 26 July 2012 14:34

The Wauneta Public Library has received many memorial books, given in memory of family and friends for everyone to enjoy.

Memorial books include the following:

“How the Rest was Done” by Lyle W. Ohrmund, donated by daughter Lisa Kerchal.

“Boulder Dam” by Zane Grey in memory of Nirene Kitt, donated by Donnaline Kitt.

“Lost December” by Richard Paul Evans in memory of Nirene Kitt, donated by the Hohls.

Ruby Ham memorial books are “The Comforts of Home” by Jodi Thomas, donated by Iris Large and “The Forest Ranger’s Promise” by Leigh Bale, given by the Hohls.

“Sonoma Rose” by Jennifer Chiaverini given in memory of Fauniel Davis and Esta Richards by the Arterburn Family.

“A Whisper of Peace” by Kim Vogel Sawyer in memory of Marge Engell, given by family and friends.

Western books given in memory of Elwyn Krausnick: “The First Mountain Man: Preacher’s Fire,” “Savage Guns” and “Massacre Mountain” donated by daughter Denise.

New books received at the library include the following:


“Kill Alex Cross,” “11th Hour” and “Private #1 Suspect” by James Patterson; “Red Mist” by P. Cornwell; “A Lawman’s Christmas” and “Willow” by L. L. Miller; “True Blue” by D. Palmer; “The Firm” and “Calico Joe” by Grishman; “Home Front” by K. Hannah; “Roses” by Meacham; “Betrayed” by Steel; “Longing & Loving” (Bailey Flanigan series) by Kingsbury;

“The Lost Years” by M. Clark; “Gyped” by C. Clark; “Lonestar Sanctuary,” “Lonestar Secrets” and Lonestar Homecoming” by Coble; “The Help” by Stockett, also the DVD; “Bannom Brothers Trust” by Dailey; “Song of My Heart” by Sawyer; “The Look of Love” by M. J. Clark; “Laughter in the Rain,” “1105 Yakimi Street” and “A Girl Like Janet” by Macomber.


“War Horse”; “Kensuke’s Kingdom” by Morpurgo; “Monkey and Elephant” by Schaefer; “Have You Seen Mary” by Kurrus; “Mary and Her Little Lamb” by Moses; “Heroes of the Surf” by Carbone; and “The Hero of Little Street” by Rogers.

Audio CDs:

“Summer Island” by Hanna and “44 Charles Street” by Steel.