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.


Preschool Story Time Begins

12:30 to 1:00

Tuesday October 6


We have new readers this year:

MaryLynne Graham and Diana Pickering.

Join us.




High-Speed Internet

Now Available at

Reardan Library  

    Thanks to Odessa Office Equipment, Broadband has come to our library. Enjoy ultra-high speeds during our open hours.


The library also has one mini i-Pad and 4 Kindle Fires that can be used at the library.



Community Survey

Please take a minute to complete the attached community survey. This survey helps the Reardan-Edwall Communities Alliance for Prevention (RECAP). RECAP is dedicated to increasing education and prevention for underage substance abuse. Click on the link below to access the survey. Thanks!


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.

October Reading Suggestions

 Adult Fiction

Robert Ludlum's The Utopia Experiment by Kyle Mills

While assessing the military potential of a new intelligent device, Covert-One's Jon Smith realizes the technology must never fall into the hands of America's enemies.

The Winds of Autumn by Janette Oke

An inspirational novel.

Adult Non-Fiction

The Color of Water by James McBride

The story of a rabbi's daughter, born in Poland and raised in the South, who fled to Harlem, married a black man, founded a Baptist church, and put twelve children through college.

Souped Up! by Sally Sampson

Recipes for soups, stews, and chilis, and the breads, salads, and sweets to make them a meal.

Young Adult 

The Eleventh Plague by Jeff Hirsch

Sometimes, the only way to survive is to keep moving.

Joe Golem and the Drowning City by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden

In 1925 earthquakes and a rising sea level left Lower Manhattan submerged under more than thrity feer of water. Fifty years have passed since then and Molly McHugh and Felix Orlov need to survive.


Children Fiction

Waitig for Normal by Leslie Connor

An inspiring novel about one girl's giant spirit.

Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver

Only 12-year-old Torak and his wolf-cub can defeat the evil that stalks the world 6000 years ago.


Children Non-Fiction

Signs of Autumn by Colleen Dolphin

A picture book of autumn for young children. 

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