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The Summer Reading Program

is over!

Total number of hours that kids reported reading was 175! 

Our smallest attendance was 20 kids for the elementary program, 4 for the preschool program. Our largest attendance was 33 for the elementary program and 9 for the preschool program.

Kids: Keep reading!



Also, if you have been doing the Bedtime Math Program,

you can still bring in those completed sheets and get your glow-in-the-dark Frisbee!


                            Did you know that

Reardan Memorial Library has:

  • Downloadable audio and ebooks?
  • Books on CD?
  • Three public computers?
  • Free Wi-Fi?
  • Tablets that can be used in the Library?
  • E-readers that can be checked out?

Come in and see how we can help you!

If you can't find a book that you are looking for, ask for it. We may be able to get it from another library, or we may be able to download it on our e-reader.



August Reading Suggestions

 Adult Fiction

The Case of the Missing Servant by Tarquin Hall

Vish Puri, a private investigator in India, investigates the murder of a woman with the help of his operatives, Tubelight, Flush, and Facecream.

Careless in Red by Elizabeth George

Detective Superintendent stumbles upon a crime during his retreat in Cornwall.

Adult Non-Fiction

Unwise Passions by Alan Pell Crawford

A true story of murder, infanticide, prostitution charges, moral decline and heroism from 1793.

Boy Gets Grill by Bobby Flay and Julia Moskin

Quick and easy recipes for the grill.

Young Adult

The Girl Who Could Fly by Victoria Forester

Piper can fly. But the local people are afraid of her. So she leaves to attend a top-secret special school. 

The Maze of Bones by Rick Riordan

The first book in the popular 39 Clues series.

Children Fiction

The Quest by Erin Hunter

The first book in the popular Seekers series about three bears who struggle to survive after being separated from their clan.

Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell

Sophie's magical adventures begin when she and her guardian go to Paris to look for Sophie's long-lost mother.

Children Non-Fiction

Black Elk's Vision by S.D. Nelson

See how the childhood vision of Black Elk helped shape his and the Lakota People's lives during the traumatic 19 century.





Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.