MENTONE — Euchre Club and more announced at Bell Memorial Public Library.
Euchre Club will meet on Monday, Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. in the library’s large conference room.
Bell Memorial Public Library also offers eBook services through Axis 360. Axis 360 gives library users the ability to search, browse, and discover eBooks and/or digital audiobooks available for lending through their public library with ease. Designed to provide a mobile experience for users of the Axis 360 digital media library, the Axis 360 app lets you sync with your local library’s digital collection, allowing you to check out materials in a user interface optimized for your device. The free app allows you to browse, check out, and read eBooks or listen to audiobooks in a single app. You do have to have a valid library card in order to use the service. For more information, please see a library staff member. New eBooks coming soon to Axis 360 include: “The Country Guesthouse” by Robyn Carr, “Dear Edward” by Ann Napolitano, “Hindsight” by Iris Johansen, The House by Danielle Steel, Moral Compass by Danielle Steel, The River “Murders” by James Patterson, “Treason” by Stuart Woods, “The Vanishing” by Jayne Ann Krentz and “When You See Me” by Lisa Gardner. Please note that these are pre-ordered and not available until they are published
Check out what’s streaming on Hoopla Digital. Log on today to read these Audiobooks: “Freefall” by Jessica Barry, “The Morning Mind” by Rob Carter III and “Colder Than Sin” by Toni Anderson. Teens and children can browse these titles: “The Unteachables” by Gordan Korman and “The Bad Seed” by Jory John. If you do not have a Hoopla Digital account the library can help! Please see a library staff member for assistance and information on how to get started. Please note, you do have to have a valid library card to set up an account.
Story Hour is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. and will take place in our Children’s room since renovations are near completion. The theme for this week is “Snowmen.” Story to be read will be “Heart of A Snowman” by Mary Kuryla. Craft project will be a snowman wreath.
New books coming soon! Please note that some books are pre-ordered and we do not receive them until after they are published. “Eighty Years and More” by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, “Emergency Kittens” by Jodi Jensen Shaffer, “Fancy Nancy Storybook Favorites” by Jane O’Connor, “From the Desk of Zoe Washing” by Janae Marks, “Gloria’s Big Problem” by Sarah Stitles Bright, “The Guns at Last Light” by Rick Atkinson, “Hill Women” by Cassie Chambers, “Hindsight” by Iris Johansen, “His Secret Mistress” by Cathy Maxwell, “His Unexpected Amish Twins” by Rachel J. Good, “A Home for Hannah” by Amy Lillard, “The Innocents” by Michael Crummey, “A Longer Fall” by Charlene Harris, “Lost” by James Patterson, “The Lost” by James Patterson, “Love Lettering” by Kate Clayborn, “Marry Me” by Sundown by Johanna Lindsey, “The Mercies” by Kiran Millwood Hargrave, “Mirror Image” by Sandra Brown, “Moral Compass” by Danielle Steel and “Narwhal on a Sunny Night” by Mary Pope Osborne.
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