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No StoryTime on April 7 due to Spring Break.

Story Time resumes April 14.



Special Events in


  • April 1 April Fool's Day       


  • April 2 International Children's Book Day
  •    April 3 Passover Begins
  • April 5 Easter   


  •   April 22 Earth Day


Upcoming events

Katie Cantrell reads from her book

Have Stroller, Will Travel at Auntie's bookstore on April 11 at 7pm.

Katie grew up in Reardan (she is the daughter of former librarian Miriam Supinger) and has written a hilarious book about travel with kids!

 Legos @ Libraries

The beginning of June, Reardan Library will have the use of a huge Lego kit. Stay tuned for building opportunities and events.

Summer Reading

The theme for the 2015 Summer Reading Program is 

Every Hero Has A Story.



We have storytime for preschoolers and programs for grades 1-6. Plan on joining us for Summer Reading.



Opportunities in the Community


Reardan Comunity Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday April 4


Reardan City Park

Ages 0-4


The Reardan Food Bank will be open

Wednesday, April 8 from 1:30 to 3:00


Thursday, April 23 from 5:30 to 7:00.


April Reading Suggestions

 Adult Fiction

In Honor of National Humor Month

Never Sniff a Gift Fish by Patrick F McManus

McManus offers his usual insights into the agonies and ecstasies of camping, hunting and fishing.

Liberty by Garrison Keillor

Lake Wobegone is once again a place of unusual people and unusual happenings.


Adult Non-Fiction

Forever, Erma by Erma Bombeck

A treasury of Erma's best-loved columns.

1,497 Jokes, Stories & Anecdotes, a Speaker's Handbook by Herbert V. Prochnow

A great resource if you need a to find a story to make a point.




Young Adult

Keeping the Castle by Patrice Kindl

Will Althea be able to keep the castle, and keep her family, or will she lose it all?

Divided We Fall by Trent Reedy 

This seventeen-year-old private fires the shot that ends the United States of America.


Children Fiction

The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex

Can Gratuity and Pig save the world from aliens?

How to Steal a Dog by Mary Francis Shura

Will a homeless girl solve the homeless situation with the help of a dog?






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