NEW BOOKS @ THE LIBRARY

ADULT FICTION (Red-dot books – one week checkout):

Redemption (Amos Decker Series; #5) by David Baldacci.

Cold Aim (Line of Duty Series; #3) by Janice Cantore.

Labyrinth (FBI Thriller Series; #23) by Catherine Coulter.

Celtic Empire (Dirk Pitt Series; #25) by Clive Cussler.

Cowboy Rebel (Longhorn Canyon Series; #4) by Carolyn Brown.

Cross My Heart (Legacy of Faith Series; #2) by Robin Hatcher.

A Reluctant Bride (Bride Ships Series; #1) by Jody Hedlund.

Summer by the Tides by Denise Hunter

Die by the Gun (Chuckwagon Trail Series; #20 by William Johnstone.

Deep Harbor by Fern Michaels.

A Justified Murder ( Medlar Mystery Series; #2) by Jude Deveraux.

Neon Prey (Lucas Davenport Series; #29) by John Sandford.

Storm Cursed (Mercy Thompson Series; #11) by Patricia Briggs.

Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber.

The Yankee Widow by Linda Lael Miller.

The 18th Abduction (Women’s Murder Club Series; #18) by James Patterson.

Blessing in Disguise by Danielle Steel.

ADULT FICTION (Blue dot books – 3 week checkout):

Strawberry Hill (Mystic Creek Series; #5) by Catherine Anderson.

With This Pledge (Carnton Series; #1) by Tamera Alexander.

The Sometimes Sisters by Carolyn Brown.

Cowboy Bold (Longhorn Canyon Series; #1) by Carolyn Brown.

Cowboy Honor (Longhorn Canyon Series; #2) by Carolyn Brown.

Cowboy Brave (Longhorn Canyon Series; #3) by Carolyn Brown.

You Don’t Own Me (Under Suspicion Series; #6) by Mary Higgins Clark.

Who I Am With You (Legacy of Faith Series; #1) by Robin Hatcher.

Dig Your Own Grave (Will Tanner Series; #5) by William Johnstone.

The Frontiersman (Frontiersman Series; #1) by William Johnstone.

River Of Blood (Frontiersman Series; #2) by William Johnstone.

The Darkest Winter (Frontiersman Series; #3) by William Johnstone.

Damnation Valley (Frontiersman Series; #4) by William Johnstone.

A Borrowing of Bones (Mercy & Elvis Mystery Series; #1) by Paula Munier.

Act Of Valor (True Blue K-9 Unit Series; #2).

Blind Trust (True Blue K-9 Unit Series; #3).

Someday Home by Lauraine Snelling.

The Promise of Forgiveness by Marin Thomas.

Knox (Montana Marshalls Series; #1) by Susan Warren.

One Perfect Day by Lauraine Snelling.

ADULT NON-FICTION BOOKS:

The Pioneers; the heroic story of the settlers who brought the American ideal west by David McCullough.

Every Man A Hero: a memoir of D-Day, the first wave at Omaha Beach by Ray Lambert.

Rocket Man; the daring odyssey of Apollo 8 and the astronauts who made man’s first journey to the moon by Robert Kurson.

CinderGirl; my journey out of the ashes to a life of hope by Christina Meredith.

Angels with Dirty Faces by Casey Watson.

A Boy Without Hope by Casey Watson.

Just Mercy; a story of justice and redemption by Bryan Stevenson.

Fight Forward; reclaim the real you by Brenda Crouch.

Thunder Dog; the true story of a blind man, his guide dog, and the triumph of trust by Michael Hingson.

SUMMER READING PROGRAM 2019 – A Universe of Stories

WHEN: Wednesdays, during the months of June & July
Morning Group (Preschool): 10am – 11am
Afternoon Group (Kindergarten – 3rd): 1pm – 2pm
(school year child last finished)

WHERE: Washington Public Library, 116 E. 2nd, Washington, KS

Children Must Be Registered to attend. Registrations Forms are available at the Library. Children are encouraged to check-out library books after each session. A library card account is required to check-out books. If your child does not have a library card, a parent needs to bring their photo ID & proof of address such as a utility bill in order to sign them up for a library card. The volunteer co-directors of the summer reading program this year are Glenda Uhlrich and Phyllis Applegarth. 
Questions? Call the Library at 785-325-2114.

MEMORIAL BOOKS

The following childrens books by Dr. Seuss have been given to the Washington Public Library In Memory of LaDeane Crimmins by The Modern Pioneers Study Club GFWC.


Would You Rather Be A Bullfrog? (Easy Reader)     Summary: Would you rather be a dog . . . or a cat? Beginning readers are asked to ponder these–and a host of other odd choices–in this charming book by Dr. Seuss that encourages children to let their imaginations fly.


The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories (Picture book)     Summary:  A collection of seven illustrated stories by children’s author Dr. Seuss published by Random House on September 27, 2011. Though they were originally published in magazines in the early 1950s, they had never been published in book form and are quite rare, described by the publisher as “the literary equivalent of buried treasure”. The stories were discovered by Charles D. Cohen, a Massachusetts dentist and a Seuss scholar and biographer, who also contributed an introduction to the collection.

LiBeary Tree Books

The LiBeary Tree Project sponsored by GFWC Modern Pioneers added 50 new children’s books to the Washington Public Library. Individuals donated $502.00 to purchase the books. Here is a list of book titles and donors of each book.

BOARD BOOKS:

First Word Book on the Farm  – Donated by Margaret Lutjemeier.

My First Word Book About Things That Go – Donated in Honor of Grant Jueneman.

My First Word Book About Me  – Donated by Lou & Bill Kern.

Unstoppable Me – by Adam Dirks with Bethany Hamilton – Donated in Honor of Bexley, by Grandma and Grandpa Peters.

God Made It For Me – Seasons – Winter – Donated by Jean Kern.

I Love You, Funny Bunny – Donated in Memory of Elaine Greenwood, by Nola Dusin.

Sheep Go To Sleep – Donated by Jordy and Jessa Peters.

The Little Snowplow – Donated by Sharon Pierce.

Dump Truck’s Colors – Donated by Jean Kearn.

PICTURE BOOKS:

Tractor Mac School Day  – Donated in Honor of Cole Jueneman.

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms –Donated in Honor of Quincy Callahan, by Jeanne Walker.

On a Pirate Ship – Donated in Memory of Clayton Hergott, by Carol Hergott.

Elbow Grease – by John Cena – Donated by Sharon Pierce.

The Snowy Nap – by Jan Brett – Donated by Ann Brandt.

Corduroy Takes a Bow – by Viola Davis – Donated in Honor of Kyler Jueneman.

Pete the Cat’s 12 Groovy Days of Christmas – Donated in Honor of Jordy, by Grandma and Grandpa Peters.

Princesses Save the World – by Savannah Guthrie – Donated in Honor of Braelyn, by Grandma and Grandpa Peters.

How Do Dinosaurs Learn to Read by Jane Yolan – Donated in Honor of Mrs. Peters 2018-2019 Kindergarten Class.

Click, Clack, Quack to School – by Doreen Cronin – Donated in Honor of Jessa, by Grandma and Grandpa Peters.

How Do You Take a Bath? – by Kate McMullan – Donated in Memory of Karen Louderback, by Dan and Rockie Zabokrtsky.

Good Morning, Snowplow! – Deborah Bruss – Donated in Memory of Tyler Burt, by Mono and Papa.

The Not-So-Brave Penguin – Donated in Honor of Maeva Applegarth, by Phyllis & Richard Applegarth.

EASY READERS:

Biscuit and the Big Parade! – Donated in Honor of Maverick, by Grandma and Grandpa Peters.

Snow Day – In Honor of Kinsley, by Grandma and Grandpa Peters.

Cowgirl Kate & Cocoa; Horse in the House – by Erica Silverman – Donated by Margaret Lutjemeier.

Berenstain Bears Around the World – by Mike Berenstain – Donated by Todd and Maxine Lucas.

Paw Patrol; Chase Is On the Case! – Donated in Honor of Kale Applegarth, by Phyllis & Richard Applegarth

Marley: Messy Dog – by John Grogan – Donated in Memory of Lawrence and Phyllis Newcomb, by Dan and Rockie Zabokrtsky.

Daniel, God’s Faithful Follower – by Dennis Jones – Donated by Todd and Maxine Lucas.

Disney/Pixar Coco: A Family Mystery  – Donated by Bob King.

JoJo and the Twins – by Jane O’Connor – Donated in Memory of Vernon Kolle and Janice Cecrle, by Marilyn Kolle.

MIDDLERS:

A Big Day for Baseball (Magic Tree House #29) – Donated by Ethan McQuilliam.

Hurricane Heroes in Texas (Magic Tree House #30) – Donated by Jean Kearn.

Motocross Double-Cross – by Jake Maddox – Donated by Jean Kearn.

Whitewater Courage – by Jake Maddox – Donated in Honor of the Washington County 3rd Grade Class, by Lynda Woodcock.

Tiny Tim (Dog Diaries #11) – Donated in Honor of Anna O’Halloran who loves animal stories, by Colleen Hillyer.

Susan (Dog Diaries #12) –Donated in Memory of Tyler Burt, by Mono and Papa.

Fido (Dog Diaries #13) – Donated by Henry Olson.

Lily (Horse Diaries #15) –Donated in Honor of Brenna Holt, by Phyllis  & Richard Applegarth.

JUNIOR FICTION:

The Meltdown (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #13) –Donated by Amber Kolle.

Tales of a Not-So-Happy-Birthday (Dork Diaries #13) – Donated by Jean Kearn.

The Case of the Monster Fire (Hank the Cowdog #71) –Donated in Honor of Charlie Bruna, by Ruth and Dave Fischer.

The Case of the Three-Toed Sloth (Hank the Cowdog #72) – Donated in Honor of Charlie Bruna, by Ruth and Dave Fischer.

I Survived the Children’s Blizzard, 1888 (I Survived #16) – Donated by Jean Kearn.

I Survived the Attack of the Grizzlies, 1967 (I Survived #17) – Donated in Honor of Ethan Schuette, by Carol Hergott.

Luciana (American Girl #1) – Donated in Memory of Kyrie Jo Tiemeyer.

Luciana: Braving the Deep (American Girl #2) – Donated in Honor of Krystal Schuette McClain, by Carol Hergott.

Luciana: Out of This World (American Girl #3) – Donated by Sharon Pierce.

Lone Stars – by Mike Lupica – Donated in Honor of Dominic Holt, by Phyllis & Richard Applegarth.

Rise of the Isle of the Lost (Descendants #3) – by Melisa de la Cruz – Donated by Gina Kolle.

Stacy Hennerberg – Local Author Book Signing – RESCHEDULED to February 9th, 10am to noon

Stacy Hennerberg will be reading her children’s book titled “Talk, Walk, Tell”. Copies of her book will be available for purchase at $10 each. She will be available to personally sign copies of her book. There will be a drawing held for a free copy of the book to give away.

Book Summary: Talk, Walk, Tell is a story about loving parents who want to empower their daughter to use her voice to stand up for herself and others, to walk away from a situation that is hurtful or dangerous, to know when and where to seek help, and, most importantly, to know that God loves her dearly no matter what.

Stacy Hennerberg grew up on a farm in Nebraska. She currently resides in Washington County, Kansas with her husband, Russ. They have two daughters. She has taught elementary school for 27 years. This is her first book. Her love for her own children, as well as the many students she teaches, has inspired her to write this book.

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