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The Library is preparing for the Summer Reading Program

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“The only thing that you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library.” —Albert Einstein These are the new titles available at the Library in May.

Fiction Titles

The Darling Girls, Sally Hepworth Toxic Prey, John Sandford She’s Not Sorry, Mary Kubica One by One, Freida McFadden After Annie, Anna Quindlen End of Story, AJ Finn Everyone is Watching, Heather Gudenkauf Expiration Dates, Rebecca Serle Good Half Gone, Tarryn Fischer Every Single Secret, Christina Dodd Non-Fiction

2024 One Book, One Nebraska Dancing with the Octopus: A Memoir of a Crime, Debora Harding Arthur: The Dog Who Crossed the Jungle to Find a Home, Mikael Lindnord Billy the Kid and Jesse James: Outlaws of the Legendary West, Bill Markley Geronimo and Sitting Bull, Bill Markley Juvenile Fiction

The Last Firehawk Series bk. 1-12, Katrina Charman A to Z Animal Mysteries Series bk. 1-4-Ron Roy’s The 169-Story Treehouse: Doppelganger Doom, Andy Griffiths Beach Pug, Kyla May Dog Man: The Scarlet Shedder, Dav Pilkey Picture Books

Eeny and Her Sisters, Jane Yolen Buffalo Fluffalo, Bess Kalb A Friend for Eddy, Phuc Tran This Little Kitty in the Garden, Karen Obuhanych Hen in the Bed, Katrina Charman Bubbly Beautiful Kitty-Corn Shannon Hale Big, Vashti Harrison


The Paw Patrol Mighty Wish Elemental Kindness Matters Trolls Band Together Watch for Adventure Begins at your Library, the 2024 Summer Reading Program, starting June 6- July 12, PreS (4 years old) through fifth grade.

The library’s hours are Monday- Thursday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Call or visit the library to reserve a title, (402) 254-6245, or reserve online at hartington There is a two-week checkout on all books and magazines with renewals; and a three-day check-out on DVDs. The Omaha World Herald and Yankton Press & Dakotan newspapers are available daily, as is the Cedar County News.