Moorcroft Branch Library

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LIBRARY NEWS

We will be closed for President's Day, February 17.

  We are doing the ONE BOOK WYOMING program, which will be a book from Craig Johnson, these are to be read and passed on to someone else, and this is a state wide program that we chose to participate in.

We have our new copier, which includes a fax machine.  So we are ready to fulfill your copying needs.  Thanks for your patience while we were without a fax machine.

We continue to accept book and DVD donations!

 



 

NEWS FROM THE CHILDREN'S SECTION

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” 
― 
Dr. SeussI Can Read With My Eyes Shut!

PRESCHOOL STORYTIME every Wednesday at 10:00am to 11:00am for children ages 3 to 5  (stories, finger plays, small craft, snack)

BABY STORY HOUR every Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. for children 6 months to 3 years

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM starts around 3:15 and lasts until they are done. 
They are making some really fun crafts, and having different programs. 

PAJAMA MOVIE FRIDAYS -- Tanya is going to continue movies on Friday afternoons through February, around 2:00 pm, as soon as the kids get here.

Our children’s department is asking for anyone to donate snacks for the kids.  We serve snacks at story hour on Wednesday and later that afternoon for the after school kids.  Graham crackers, fruit snacks, and items like these would be a help. Snacks are not a budget item and someone took our donation money box that we use for the parties and snacks.
 

         

NEW BOOKS

M.C. BEATON:  DEATH OF A KINGFISHER, a Hamish Macbeth Mystery

TAMI HOAG:  THE 9TH GIRL, Kovac has seen more dead bodies that he could count, but he has never seen anything like this before.

SHELLEY SHEPARD GRAY:  FOUND, The Secrets of Crittenden County, book #3.

MATTHEW QUICK: SILVER LININGS, A heartwarming debut novel that is now a major motion picture starring, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert DeNiro, Jacki Weaver and Chris Tucker.

ALEXANDER McCALL SMITH:  THE UNCOMMON APPEAL OF CLOUDS, an Isabel Dahousie Novel. The question will be answered of who took the valuable paintings.

CHARLES TODD:  A BITTER TRUTH, a World War I nurse, Bess Crawford learns that no good deed goes unpunished.

STEPHANIE EVANOVICH:  BIG GIRL PANTIES:  Holly became a widow at 32 and turned to food.  Not the extra pounds make flying torture.  She is squished next to Logan a trainer, to her surprise she joins his gym, and is now turning heads.

CAROLYN HART:  THE DEVEREAUX LEGACY, Leah Devereaux is dead or that is the story told, until she reappears and is told to stop meddling.

MERCEDES LACKEY:  TRIO OF SORCERY, in Lackey’s world of fantasy, elves and vampires walk among humans. This book contains three novellas.

TERRI BLACKSTOCK:  DOWNFALL, Emily Covington, has a lot to prove to her family after her drug addiction.   She has completed her treatment but must now gain the trust of her family again.

KAREN KINGSBURY:  THE CHANCE, the date is coming fast, eleven years ago tow friends wrote letters to each other, and buried them in a rusty metal box and now it is time to dig them up and meet again.

LINDA RODRIGUEZ:  EVERY LAST SECRET, Skeet Bannion left behind a stressful job with the Kansas City Police Department, for a job at the local college as head of the campus police force.  Hoping to lead a quiet life, now she must solve a murder.

New K-3 Picture Books:

HEY, DUCK! By Carin Bramsen. A duckling thinks he has found a new duck to play with. But what if that “duck” is really a cat? And what if she does not even like to dance in puddles? Can a grumpy cat ever become a duckling's friend?

I LIKE OLD CLOTHES by Mary Ann Hoberman and illustrated by Patrice Barton. So begins the delightful celebration of old clothes, as an endearing little girl and her younger brother lovingly and playfully treasure their hand-me-downs.

THE MISCHIEVIANS by William Joyce. Anybody seen my homework? What's that in my belly button? Where's my other sock? What's that smell? I can't find the remote! It's not your fault! It's the Mischievians!, an ancient race of global mischief-makers who do all the things that embarrass you! All the things that bug you! All the things that you get blamed for!

New K-3 Non-Fiction:

WORLD OF WONDER: DINOSAURS by David Stewart. For millions of years dinosaurs lived almost everywhere around the world. Sixty-five million years ago, they disappeared. Find out why! Here you will come face to face with the biggest, the fastest, and the fiercest of these scary creatures.

ULTIMATE MACHINES: TRUCKS by Rob Colson. Everything you need to know about trucks, from eighteen wheelers to Monster Trucks.

RESPONSIBILITY by Lucia Raatma. Character education that introduces young readers to important core content. Simple activities encourage students to look, think, make a guess, ask questions, and create. The combination of reading and inquiring helps them to develop the skills needed to master content and learn and succeed in the 21st century.

New Junior Fiction:

BARKLEY'S SCOOL FOR DOGS: SNOW DAY by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey and illustrated by Amy Wummer. When a big storm hits the city, the dogs are snowed in at Barkley's School. Jack is excited about his first now-day sleepover. But snow can be troublesome, too. Especially when Bubba disappears in the blizzard!

BARKLEY'S SCHOOL FOR DOGS: GHOSE DOG by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey and illustrated by Amy Wummer. The dogs ar Barkley's School are spooked! Toys and treats are disappearing from the schoolyard—and a ghost may be the reason! Is Woodrow right about the legend of the ghost dog? Or is Sweetcakes making trouble once again? It's up to Jack and his friends to solve the mystery!

New Junior Non-Fiction:

MEAN GIRLS by Lisa Miles and Xanna Eve Chown. A girl talk survival guide for everything from peer pressure to standing up to bullies.

FOLDING ORIGAMI by Dana Meachen Rau and illustrated by Kathleen Petelinsek. Basic folding language and skills with excellent easy to follow instructions and pictures.

New Young Adult Fiction:

UNITED WE SPY by Ally Carter. “We're seniors.” “I know,” I said. “So aren't you...curious?” “About what?” “About life. Out there. LIFE!” she said again. “Tell me, Cameron Ann Morgan, what do you want to be when you grow up?” We'd reached another door, and I stopped and looked up at the camera that monitored the entrance, just as I whispered, “Alive.”

 

Hours of Operation

Monday & Wednesday
10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday & Thursday
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Friday
10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Weekends & holidays
Closed
 

  Adult Services

Book discussion groups
Humanities programs
Traveling exhibits
 

  Library cards

$3.00 for residents
$25.00 deposit for non-residents
Valid driver's license required
Good at any Wyoming library
 

Address/phone numbers

105 East Converse
PO Box 10
Moorcroft, WY 82721
Phone:  (307) 756-3232
Fax:  (307) 756-3226

Email: moorlibrary@rtconnect.net
 

 
Book Discussion Groups

Book Club is held every 2-3 weeks,
depending on the length of the book!

For more information,
contact Nancy Aars at (307) 756-3232


 

  Checkout periods

Videos & DVDs -- 3 days
Magazines -- 1 week
All other checkouts -- 3 weeks
Items may be renewed once
(if no one else has requested the item)

Library staff

Pamela Jespersen -- Branch librarian
Nancy Aars -- Adult services
Tanya Brekke -- Youth services

 

  Youth Services

Story hour - Wednesdays, 10-11 a.m., ages 3-5
After school craft - Wednesdays, 3:45-4:45 p.m., K-6th grade

Summer reading program
Seasonal programs/parties
Scholastic Book Fair
 

  Overdue charges

Videos/DVDs -- $.50/day
Interlibrary loan items -- $.50/day
All other checkouts -- $.05/day

Friends of the Library

Provide funds for unbudgeted items & supplies volunteers to assist with various Library activities

EVERYONE is welcome!
Please come check us out and
get involved in our library family.

 

  Outreach Services

We will deliver books to shut-ins!
Please phone or email at moorlibrary@rtconnect.net

 

  Interlibrary loan request
$3.00 per item out of county
No charge within the county

 

        Other library fees

Internet access -- FREE
Fax charges -- $1.00 per page
Copies/computer printouts -- $.20/page
$.10/page on your own paper
$.25/page double-sided