Albom, Mitch The Next Person You Meet In Heaven
Austin, Lynn Legacy of Mercy
Beaton, M.C. The Dead Ringer
Blackstock, Terri Catching …Read More
The Book Discussion Group will meet on Thursday October 4th, 2018 at 3pm to discuss Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman.
Stop by the library to pick up your copy or place a hold. New members to the book club are always welcome!
Almost Sisters by Josh Jackson
Courtney’s War by Wilbur Smith
Echoes of Evil by Heather Graham
Red …Read More
We recently lost our local newspaper. Janelle would write a column of library happenings every other week to be included in this paper. Without this outlet of info, we are feeling a little lost. We’ve decided to continue releasing the info normally found in the paper via our website. This is the first digital installment.Read More
For a long time the library has had a copy of a booklet entitled Life and Exploits of John Dillinger: America’s Public Enemy No. 1. However, our copy has been missing pages 29-32, 47 and the cover.
Recently we found these pages thanks to the Indiana Collection at the Indiana State Library in Indianapolis, IN. They had an incomplete copy too, but they had the pages we were missing! After exchanging pages we now both have complete copies.Read More
Galbraith, Robert (aka J.K. Rowling) Lethal White
Kirkpatrick, Jane Everything She Didn’t Say
Peterson, Tracie In Times Gone By
Williams, Beatriz The Glass Ocean
Patterson, James Juror 3
Koontz, Dean The Forbidden Door
Perry, Anne Dark Tide Rising
Tracy, P.J. The Guilty Dead
Flynn, Vince Red War
Fluke, Joanne Christmas Cake Murder
Deveraux, Jude A Willing Murder
Graham, Heather Echoes of …Read More
We had a problem: When you looked out the picture window in the community room there was a whole bunch of septic tank stuff staring back (cover, vents). Boo! Hiss!
But, with the help of amazing local artists Mike and Jessie, we now have a beautiful book themed wishing well instead! …
There are three different MW Historical Society events coming up next week!! A talk about the MW area pre-European contact, American Indians, early logging, railroads, and other stories. There will also be two different pontoon boat tours.
Please see our calendar of events for all the info!Read More
Look at our cute Little Library! It’s out by the bike path. The town guys just dug the hole and put it up.
Use it anytime to take a book or leave a book. But, especially when we are closed, it’ll come in handy to find a quick book to read.
Our …Read More