Reardan Memorial Library serves as a public information provider for our community, using traditional and innovative technology to encourage curiosity, free inquiry and lifelong learning in a friendly environment.

 

   

School is back in session.

Please drive carefully in school zones.


Preschool Story Time will resume

October 7 at 12:30.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Nook and Kindle

Our Nook and Kindle have new stories on them! You can choose from Blue Gold (Clive Cussler), Dirt (Stuart Woods) No One to Trust (Iris Johansen)and Wyoming Kid (Debbie Macomber) among others when you check out the Nook.

The Kindle stories include American Holocaust (Bob Lonn), Calico Joe (John Grisham), Midnight Jewels (Jayne Ann Krentz), Wanted Man (Lee Child) and many others.

Check out a Nook or Kindle and discover how these ereaders work.

The librarian is more than happy to help you with the technology!


Opportunities in the Community

Strengthening Families: A seven-week course that gives parents, youth 10-14 and families a chance to interact and gain more tools for communication and interaction. This is not a remedial course: any one can benefit from this program.

Beginning Monday, September 15

6:30-8:00

Free dinner and child care. Call Darren at 509-348-0169 or

Laurie at 509-218-6559 for more information or to register.

Sponsored by RECAP.

 

Tall Cop Says Stop

Parents, are you aware of the latest trends, gadgets, etc. that vie for our kids' time and attention when it comes to drugs?

October 9

6:30-8:00

Reardan High School Gym

Officer Jermaine Galloway presents

"High in Plain Sight: Current Alcohol, Drug, and Concealment Trends and Identifiers"

Parents: know what is going on in the community!


September Reading Suggestions

Adults

Fiction

Wish You Well by David Baldacci

Twelve-year-old Lou and her younger brother must leave New York City and live with their great-grandmother on a farm high in the mountains of Virginia.

Work Song by Ivan Doig

"If America was a melting pot, Butte would be its boiling point," observes Morrie Morgan.

The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith

The first book in the highly popular detective series.

Non-Fiction

Way Off the Road by Bill Geist

A hilarious and compelling mix of stories about the folks featured in Geist's segments along with observation on his twenty years of life on the road.

The Land Remembers by Ben Logan

This classic American memoir is about a farm and its people, of a boyhood on a southwestern Wisconsin hilltop world in the 1930s.

Farm Anatomy by Julia Rothman

An entertaining and informative visual tour of life on the farm.

Young Adults

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

Liesel Meminger's love of books and words compels her to steal books during the danger of the Nazi regime.

Paper Towns by John Green

Quentin Jacobsen follows clues to discover the mystery that is Margo.

Sunrise Over Fallujah by Walter Dean Myers

Robin "Birdy" Perry is headed to Iraq to secure and stabilize the country and successfully interact withthe Iraqi people. Officially, the code name is Operation Iraqi Freedom. But the simpler name for it is War.

Children

How to Teach Relativity to Your Dog by Chad Orzel

Orzel translates complex Einstein ideas in examples simple enough for a dog to understand.

Why Pi?

The fascinating story of how people unraveded the hidden mathematical patterns behind everything and discovered how math makes the world go round.

Citizen Scientists

You can be a part of scientific discovery from your own back yard?

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