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.


The Reptile Man

at Reardan High School Gym 

Thursday, February 4

6:30 pm

Great activity for the whole family!

Come see a king cobra, black mamba, albino python, american alligator and other reptiles. has more than 3,500 learning activities and 450 lessons for ages 2-7. Come into the library and play and learn. The free lessons are only available at the library.

The EggBots are coming!

The EggBot Robotics programming kit will be at Reardan Library from April 8 through April 29.

Watch for your chance to use an open-source art robot that can draw on spherical or egg shaped objects. 

We aren't just books! Reardan Memorial Library also has:

  • Downloadable audio and ebooks.
  • Books on CD.
  • DVDs.
  • Three public computers.
  • Free high-speed Wi-Fi.
  • Tablets that can be used in the Library.
  • E-readers that can be checked out.
  • 3 activity kits for preschool children.
  • Microsoft Academy.

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.

Food Bank Open

February 10    1:30-3:00

February 25    5:30-7:00

Downstairs from the Library

February Reading Suggestions

Adult Fiction

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

The classic romance.

American Assassin by Vince Flynn

A thriller about a CIA agent who is terrorists' worst nightmare.

Adult Non-fiction

Fair Game: How a Top Spy Was Betrayed by her own Government by Valerie Plame Wilson

Her own account.

God's Hotel by Victoria Sweet

A doctor, a hospital, and a pilgrimage to the heart of medicine.

Juvenile Fiction

Guns for General Washington by Seymour Reit

A story of the American Revolution.

Airborn by Kenneth Oppel

A swashbucklilng adventure through an imaginary world.

Young Adult

Outview by Brandt Legg

Across time and dimension they are after him. . .

Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger

Where young girls learn to deal out death - politely!

Picture Books

Who Will See Their Shadows this Year? by Jerry Pallotta 

Groundhog Day from the animals' points of view.

Valentine Friends by Ann Schweninger

Two friends spend Valentine's Day together.


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