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Library is looking at possible new location

The City of Moundridge and the Moundridge Public Library Board have been in discussions for several years about moving the library to a new location, to give them more room for growth and programming. The library’s vision and plan for more space reflects priorities laid out in the community conversations surrounding the city’s strategic plan […]

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One by One

One by One by Ruth Ware This kind of weather makes me want to settle in and read a mystery. A new favorite mystery author of mine is Ruth Ware.  Ruth has done it again in One By One, this time she takes us to a retreat in the French Alps. A tech start-up is […]

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Title Tuesday

Anxious People by Fredrik Backman Going to an apartment open house is normally a mundane experience, but when the open house becomes a hostage situation everything is turned up on its head. In a unexpected turn of events 8 strangers and a failed bank robber spend the day together. The high stakes situation opens up […]

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Story Time Tuesday September 1

Its raining, so we did story time inside (with a little helper). Little Red Hen wants to make a pizza but none of her friends are willing to help. She makes several trips to the store to gather ingredients and other stuff, which she uses to make her pizza. What will happen when her pizza […]

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Poisoned Water By Candy J Cooper

This title Tuesday is brought to us by a guest reviewer. Thirsty? Turn on your faucet and get a nice cold drink. What if that water could kill you? Sound crazy? This actually happened recently in Flint, Michigan. The water in Flint was toxic, containing lead, raw sewage, poisons from nearby landfills, and agricultural runoff. […]

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My Dear Hamilton by Stephanie Dray

Like many Americans I have been swept up into Hamilton mania, and this title feeds that. My Dear Hamilton by Stephanie Dray is an Eliza Schuyler Hamilton story. It pulls back the veil on Elizabeth Schuyler, Alexander Hamilton’s wife. Elizabeth/Eliza/Betsy is a remarkable woman and an engaging narrator. The story follows her from the elopement […]

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The library is now fine free

Effective immediately the library will no longer be assessing fines for materials returned late to the library. At the June 22nd Board meeting,  members of the library board unanimously voted to eliminate the practice of charging fines for late materials. What does that mean for library users? Existing late fines will be waived from library […]

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