Library News

Hello all, I know it has been a little while since I have posted on the Website, been busy trying to get a few projects done before the end of the year.

The new organization is now almost complete on our Non-Fiction Section. All new labels are on, and the non-fiction section is looking really nice.

Our Facebook Lego challenges are going well. This is something new we just started in September. Check out our Facebook page to see all the cute creation the kids (and some adults) are making.

We had the Halloweenie Roast again this year, and thanks to the cold weather, we moved it into the library. Enjoyed seeing the kids in the costumes, and their parents too.

Large Donation

We are excited, yesterday we received a large donation of DVD’S from a family. After doing a quick sort to get out any doubles, we are excited that these are the ones we will be preparing to get out to you our Patrons. We did not do a count, but there are lots of Disney movies!!! Keep watch for these to hit the shelf’s for check out here in the next few weeks.

Lego Building Challenge

We are starting some new here at the library. This is a new fun challenge that kids, teens, or even adults can get involved in. Hoping to see good things from this. Join us on Facebook and have some fun.

Kids of all ages, our September Lego Challenge is for you to build an Airplane. **No Age Restrictions**
Here’s how this will go: Kids can build their challenge pieces at home or if you don’t have Lego’s at home can come here to the library and use ours. Have a Parent/Guardian/ or the Librarian take a picture of their creation. Send the picture of their build to the Library through Facebook Messenger with Child’s Name & Age.
On the 1st Wednesday of the month the Librarian will post an Album with all of the photo entries received. And the community will vote by giving their favorite builds likes. Winners will be announced on the 1st Saturday of the month along with the next Challenge Build.
Winner’s will be able to come into the library to pick up their prize.

Fun Website

While doing my research for our summer reading program, I stumbled upon an amazing website. This site has is just wonderful. I ended up spending hours on it, and now my kids are on it almost once a week. You can see where the planets in our solar system are, satellites, and even comets are in real time. Along with educational information on all of the 8 planets, 5 dwarf planets, asteroids, metros and comets. Check it out in the link below.

https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/solar-system/our-solar-system/overview/

Summer Reading Has Begun

Our Summer Reading Program has begun, and it is looking like we are going to have an amazing month. Today I had 7 kids here in the library, along with lots more people through for the book sale. It was an exciting day.

We had a request from most of our patrons to do the game we had done a few summers ago. So it is back, but this year you will need to find the Alien Space Ship with in Wilsey. If you find our ship, come in the library, and tell us where you saw it and get a sweet treat. The space ship will move every Saturday night. The space ship will be able to be seen from the road. Please be respectful and do not trespass on property.

Summer Reading Registration is now open

Are you ready to have some fun this summer in the library!! We have some awesome events coming on Saturday’s from 10:30-11:30am for A Universe of Stories. Bring your kids in for experiments and to learn about our solar system. Our program is open to all ages, and we even have some extra events planned to include a get together to remember the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing.

You can register for the Summer Reading Program here on our website under the Summer Reading Page, or if you would prefer come into the library and fill out a form. We can’t wait to see you this Summer in the Library.

Blind Date Book Reviews

I will post all of the Book Reviews with in this post.

Title & Author: Storm Front by Richard Castle
Rated: 5
About your Date: This was a story about a Non-Official CIA Man Storm and everything he goes through to stop a villain from doing away with rich men and wreak the economy.

*Librarian Note: We have several books in this series available here in the library.

Book Title & Author: The Strange Case of the Alchemists Daughter by Theodora Goss
Rated: 5

About your Date: Very interesting read, some comedy, suspense, mystery.

Book Title & Author: The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks

Rated: 5 Hearts

About your Date: Can a photograph really be good luck? Logan Thibault’s marine buddy thinks so a s Logan survives nine deadly encounters in Iraq. Logan is finally persuaded to try to locate the lovely young lady in the picture he found in the sands of the desert. His journey will prove to be life-changing.


Book Title & Author: In Your Dreams by Kristan Higgins (In Large Print)

Rated: 4 to 5 Hearts

About your Date: In Your Dreams is a pretty good book. It took me a while to get into the swing of the writing, but the characters were interesting and the situations were funny. Good Read!!

Book Title & Author: Children of Jacaranda Tree by Sahar Delijani (Adult Fiction Section)
Rated: 4 Hearts

*Readers Note* Well written, but not a subject I would choose to read.
About your Date: Those brave souls who dared to protest against the Islamic government of Iran have experienced a dire fate of imprisonment, torture, and often execution. And the intimidation and fear continues to repress their families and children to this day. Some cope by fleeing the country, while others remain, but no one can forget.

Book Title & Author: The Zoo at the Edge of the Earth by Eric Kahn Gale (This is a Junior Fiction Book & reviewed by a Junior Fiction Reader
Rated: 5

About your Date: Is a kind of an adventure mystery book. It made me feel real and had lots of wondrous things in it. I loved the book.

Book Title & Author: Priceless by Tom Davis
Rated: 4 Hearts

About your Date: The Lord can triumph over the brutality of human trafficking (sexual slavery) and redeem its victims when His followers submit to his will and allow Him to fight such evil through their actions.

Blind Date with a Book

All this month you are invited to go on a Blind Date with a book. We have several books that are wrapped in some beautiful wrapping paper. On them is a heart that tells you the genre of the book and a quote from the book. If you fill out our “Review” book mark on your date you will be entered to win some Yummy chocolates!!! We have already had one review come in. The review is down below. Watch here on our website and/or our Facebook page for more book reviews. And this event is open to everyone of all ages.