Tuesday, June 16, 2020

New Hours

Beginning the week of 6/15/2020
the Library is now open 12-6,
Drop by and see us!

Thursday, June 4, 2020

More New Books!

Here is this week's list of new books to the library.  You can place holds on these books by calling or going online.  We are also open Monday-Friday:  Noon-4:00 PM.

Black is a Rainbow Color, by Angela Joy
Child of the Universe, by Ray Jayawardhana
We are Water Protectors, by Carole Lindstrom
The Cool Bean, by Jory John and Pete Oswald
The Bell Rang, by James E. Ransome
Almond, by Allen Say
At the Mountain's Base, by Traci Sorell
Hey, Water, by Antionette Portis
The Underhills: a Tooth Fairy Story, by Rob Graham
Just Ask! Be Different, Be Brave, Be You, by Sonia Sotomay
Do U Have to Wear a Coat? A journey through the seasons, by Racel Isadora
Bear Came Along, by Richard T. Morris
Sulwe, by Lupita Nyong'o
Sunny, by Celia Krrampien
When Aidan Became a Brother, by Kyle Lukoff
Biscuit Finds a Friend, by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Como Dan las Buenas los Dinosaurios? (How do Dinosaurs say Good Night), by Jane Yolen (Spanish language)
Welcoming Elijah: a Passover Tale with a Tail, by Leslea Newman

Six Hundred Generations: An Archaeological History of Montana, by Carl M. Davis
Inside Montana Politics: A Reporter's View from the Trenches, by Mike Dennisond
How to Eat: All Your Food and Diet Questions Answered, by Mark Bittman and David L. Katz

X-MEN: Muertas, v. 2 by Brian Wood

The Safety Net, by Andrea Camiileri
Shakespeare for Squirrels, by Christopher Moore
Network Effect, by Martha Wells
Sorry for Your Trouble, by Richard Ford
The Sun Down Motel, by Simone St. James
The Paladin, by David Ignatius
The 20th Victim, by James Patterson
All Adults Here, by Emma Straub
The Summer of Kim Novak, by Hakan Nesser
Catherine House, by Elisabeth Thomas
The Rat Began to Gnaw the Rope, by C.W. Grafton

Top of the Flood, by Tosh Brown

Capturing Grace (A Biography of Montana Photographer Barbara Van Cleve)
Against the Current

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Exciting News!

The book drop will once again be open for business. As of  5/27/2020, the library will once again be accepting returns. Please, do not make ANY donations at this time.  The library itself will be opening soon, keep an eye to this page for further information.

It will be nice to see you all again.

This weeks list of new books

New Library Books 5/26/2020

Cleaning the Gold, by Lee Child and Karen Slaughter
Journey of the Pharaohs, by Clive Cussler
Hit List, by Stuart Woods
Follow Me to Ground, by Sue Rainsford
This Town Sleeps, by Dennis E. Staples
88 Names, by Matt Ruff
The K Team, by David Rosenfelt
A Thousand Moons, by Sebastian Barry
Run Me to Earth, by Paul Yoon
The Mirror & the Light, by Hilary Mantel
Walk the Wire, by David Baldacci
How Much of These Hills is Gold, by C. Pam Zhang
The Chocolate Cobweb, by Charlotte Armstrong
Barn 8, by Deb Olin Unferth
The Last Passenger, by Charles Finch
After Me Comes the Flood, by Sarah Perry
The Glass Hotel, by Emily St. John Mandel
The Book of Longings, by Sue Monk Kidd
The City We Became, by N.K. Jemisin
The Benefit of Hindsight, by Susan Hill
A Silent Death, by Peter May

Houndsley and Catina at the Library, by James Howe
Miss Rosie's Miraculous Journey, by Kim Q. (local author)
From the Universe to You, by Casey Harrison
Old MacDonald had a Farm, illustrations by Alan and Lea Daniel
Just Grandma and Me,by Mercer Mayer
Vamos! Let's go Eat, by Raul Gonzalez
Spot Sleeps Over, by Eric Hill
The Trouble with Time Travel, by Stephen W. Martin
The Nest that Wren Built, by Randi Sonenshine
Things that go Away, by Beatrice Alemagna
Peter Rabbit's Easter, based on the works of Beatrix Potter
The Imaginaries: Little Scraps of Larger Stories, by Emily Winfield Martin
Goodnight Veggies, by Diana Murray
Bedtime for Sweet Creatures, by Nikki Grimes
Penny and her Sled by Kevin Henkes
Hike, by Pete Oswald
Nesting, by Henry Cole

Twenty-ninth day: Surviving a Grizzly Attack on the Canadian Tundra

1952 Whistle-stop: When Ike Came to Livingston, a lecture presented by Susan Kraft