MENTONE — Are you looking for something to keep the family entertained during the week? Join the Bell Memorial Public Library on Wednesdays for family movies.
At 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 26, the library will be showing “Space Camp.” Popcorn will be provided.
Kids will be making seltzer rockets at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 27. Teens and young adults can make an “out of this world” tie-dye T-shirt at the same date and time. The T-shirt will be a two-part project.
The library is closed on Sundays and will remain closed on Sundays during the summer. The library will be open on Sundays after Labor Day.
Bell Memorial Public Library’s 2019 Summer Reading Program is currently underway and there’s still time to sign up. This year’s theme is “A Universe of Stories.” The program will run through July 12, and the library has programs for all age groups. Besides Wednesday family movie sessions, there will be craft sessions on Thursdays for kids, teens and young adults. Some teen crafts are planned for Tuesdays and sign-up is requested for participation in craft activities. For more information, please contact Sharon Kindig, children’s coordinator at [email protected], Elyza Oswald, YA/programming coordinator at [email protected], or by phone at (574) 353-7234. You can also find the library on the web at www.bell.lib.in.us.
The library is also hosting a book sale in its main lobby. Prices are 25 cents for hardbacks, including eHardback, or five for $1; 10 cents for paperbacks, including trade paperbacks; 50 cents for audiobooks and 25 cents for music CDs. DVDs are being sold as marked.
Be sure to browse for these recently added titles on Hoopla Digital: “Summer by the Tides” by Denise Hunter, “Keto Meal Prep” by Bobby Parrish and “The Stonewall Riots” by Gayle E. Ritman. Juvenile titles include “Made to Play Read Along” by various authors and “Barry Loser and the Trouble with Pets” by Jim Smith.
New eBooks added to Axis 360 include “All It Takes” by Kristen Proby, “A Family for Gracie” by Amy Lillard, “The House on Olive Street” by Robyn Carr, “The I Love My Instant Pot Keto Diet Recipe Book” by Sam Dillard, “Meet Me in Monaco” by Hazel Gaynor, “Never Have I Ever” by Joshilyn Jackson, “The Secret Orphan” by Glynis Peters, “The Seekers” by Heather Graham, “Shames” by Linda Castillo, “The Sum of All Shadows” by Eric Lustbader and “True Believer” by Jack Carr.
New books coming to the Bell Memorial Public Library include “The Bookshop on the Shore” by Jenny Colgan, “The Brides of the Big Valley” by Wanda E. Brunstettler, “Cannabis and CBD for Health and Wellness” by Aliza Sherman, “Consumed” by J.R. Ward, “Cowboy Brave” by Carolyn Brown, “Cowboy in Wolf’s Clothing” by Kait Ballenger, “Cowboy Summer” by Joanne Kennedy, “The Cutting Room” by Ashley Dyer, “Dark Storm” by Karen Harper, “Dear Wife” by Kimberly Belle, “Dissender on the Bench” by Victoria Ortiz, “The Favorite Daughter” by Patti Callahan Henry, “The First Mistake” by Sandie Smith, “Fix Her Up” by Tessa Bailey, “Girl in the Rearview Mirror” by Kelsey Rae Omberg, “Gone Too Long” by Lori Roy, “The Great Successor” by Anna Fifield, “Hangry” by Drew Brockington, “Healing with Hemp CBD Oil” by Earl Mindell, Ph.D., “Her Daughter’s Mother” by Daniela Petrova, “The Hive” by Orson Scott Card, “Hot for a Cowboy” by Kim Redford, “How Not to Die Alone” by Richard Roper and “I Know You” by Annabel Kantaria.