MENTONE — The Library Board will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 28, both in person and via Zoom.
New DVD’s will be arriving soon. Some are pre-ordered.
- Garfield and Friends season 3 (Oct 27)
- Rainbow Rangers: Rangers to the Rescue (Oct 20)
- Cats and Dogs 3: Paws Untie (Oct 13)
- Spookley and the Christmas Kittens (Now 3)
- My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Season 3
- Pokemon Jirachi Wish Maker
- The Secret Garden (Oct 6)
- Yo-Kai Watch Season 1 Vol 2
- Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie
- Inazuma eleven Ares: Kickoff
- Molang Season 1
- Lego DC Superhero Girls Brain Drain
- Lego DC Superhero Girls Super Villain High
- Lego DC Superhero Girls Legends of Atlantis
- Ricky Zoom: Let’s Zoom Out (Nov 3)
- DC Superhero Girls: Intergalactic Games
- Monster High: Scaris, City of Frights
- Teen Titans Go Season 5 Vol 1
- Teen Titans Go Season 5 Vol 2
- Teen Titans the Complete Second Season
The library is excited to announce that the teens and young adults of the library will be collecting items to donate to Fulton County Animal Adoption & Education Center for the entire month of September. There are two locations where donated items may be dropped off: a drop box located in the YA room and an additional box located at Pete and Freddy’s Pages Aplenty Bookstore, located at 109 E. Main St, Mentone. Items may be dropped off at the main circulation desk as well. For a complete list of items needed for donation, please stop by the library. A list of items needed can also be found on the library’s Facebook page.
New books coming soon to BMPL. (Please note that some of these are pre-ordered. The library does not receive them until they are released from the publisher).
- “Luster” by Raven Leilani
- “Me and Sister Bobbie” by Willie Nelson
- “Melania and Me” by Stephanie Winston Wolkoff
- “Monogamy” by Sue Miller
- “One by One” by Ruth Ware
- “One of Us is Next” by Karen M. McManus
- “The Orphan Collector” by Ellen Marie Wiseman
- “The Paris Children” by Gloria Goldreich
- “A Pinch of Magic” by Michelle Harrison
- “Raccoon’s Perfect Snowman” by Katia Wish
- “The Roommate” by Rosie Danan
- “The Skeleton Key Mystery” by Gertrude Chandler Warner
- “Solid, Liquid, Gassy” by Ashley Spires
- “Something Worth Doing” by Jane Kirkpatrick
- “Sources Say” by Lori Goldstein
- “Stolen” by Katariina Rosenblatt, Ph.D.
- “Test This Book” by Louie Ong
- “This is a Seashorse” by Cassandra Federman
- “The Truth about Butterflies” by Maxwell Eaton III
- “The Twin” by Natasha Preston
- “The White Umbrella” by Mary Francis Bowley
- “You Are a Badass” by Jen Sincero
September Creative Corner grab-n-go kits are now available for pick up. This month’s kit is a painted ‘Welcome’ mat. Everything needed will be provided to patrons at no cost. The library has a limited supply. If interested, please call (574)-353-7234 to reserve one.
Please take notice that the library hours have changed. As of September 1, 2020, the hours of operation are:
- Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
- Friday – 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Saturday – 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
- Sunday – Closed
Log in to see what’s streaming on Hoopla Digital. Check out these eBooks: “Faith Wins” by Adam Groza; “Quantum Memory Power” by Dominic O’Brien; and “The Parent Compass” by Cynthia Clumeck.
Teens and children can browse these titles: “The Desert Prince” by Alisha Sevingy; and “Bubba and Squirt’s Mayon Adventure” by Sherry Ellis. All you need to use Hoopla’s streaming service is a valid Library card. If you are interested in signing up, please stop in and talk with a staff member.
The library is still offering curbside services for any patron wishing to exercise these options. There are no limits on how much material can be requested. Patrons wishing to exercise this option can call (574)-353-7234 or (574)-551-9007 to request materials. You can also email Stephen Boggs at [email protected].