Welcome to the Adults Page!
Our library prides itself on the service that it provides to adults.
Open Book Discussion group is our book club that meets the third tuesday of every month at 1:00 p.m. in the library. For more information on what they are reading now click here.
If you would like information about the volunteer opportunities we have at the library click here.
We offer free tech help at the library. You can stop by, call us at 712-338-4643, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Jeff Cookinham is also here on the first Wednesday of every month from 6:30-7:30 to assist with your technology questions.
If you would like to get free ebooks and audiobooks on your device you can click here.
Check out our what's hot page for a few of newest and most popular books in our library by clicking here.
“Why do I read?
I just can't help myself.
I read to learn and to grow, to laugh and to be motivated.
I read to understand things I've never been exposed to.
I read when I'm crabby, when I've just said monumentally dumb things to the people I love.
I read for strength to help me when I feel broken, discouraged, and afraid.
I read when I'm angry at the whole world.
I read when everything is going right.
I read to find hope.
I read because I'm made up not just of skin and bones, of sights, feelings, and a deep need for chocolate, but I'm also made up of words.
Words describe my thoughts and what's
hidden in my heart.
Words are alive--when I've found astory that I love, I read it again andagain, like playing a favorite song over and over.
Reading isn't passive--I enter thestory with the characters, breathetheir air, feel their frustrations,scream at them to stop when they'reabout to do something stupid, cry withthem, laugh with them.
Reading for me, is spending time with afriend.
A book is a friend.
You can never have too many.”
― Gary Paulsen, Shelf Life: Stories by the Book