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New Books and Movies

These are books and movies that were new in May and June.   These could also be replacement books.

Easy Reader

Can You Make a Scary Face?  — Jan Thomas
Is that Wise, Pig?  — Jan Thomas
Dude! — Aaron Reynolds
Firefighter Pete — James Dean
I Am Doctor Strange — R.R. Busse
Pete the Kitty and the Groovy Play Date — Kimberly Dean
Llama Llama Loves to Read — Anna Dewdney
The Itchy Book — LeUyen Pham
Pumpkin Trouble — Jan Thomas
Never Follow a Dinosaur — Alex Latimer
Bad Dog — David McPhail
Good Night Tiger — Timothy Knapman
Good Night, Knight — Betsy Lewin
Snow Joke — Bruce Degen
Smile — Roberta Intrater
Peek-a-Boo! — Roberta Intrater
Kindergarten, Here I Come — D.J. Steinberg
Hi-Ho, Tiny — Cari Meister
Have You Seen My Duckling? Nancy Tafuri
The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear — Don Wood
Ten Black Dots — Donald Crews
On the Loose in Washington D.C. — Sage Stossel
Louise Loves Bake Sales — Laura Driscoll
Pinkalicious at the Fair — Victoria Kann
The Berenstain Bears: We Love the Library — Mike Berenstain
The Fairy Dogmother — Maribeth Boeltz
Paddingotn at the Barber Shop — Michael Bond
Me and My Grandma! — Alison Ritchie
Izzy Gizmo — Pip Jones

Juvenile Fiction

The Burning Maze — Rick Riordan
Amelia Bedelia Digs In — Herman Parish
Garfield Eats and Runs — Jim Davis
The Thirteenth Knight — Jordan Quinn
Simon Thorn & the Viper’s Pit — Aimee Carter
The Wishbone Wish — Megan McDonald
The Second Life of Abigail Walker — Frances O’Roark Dowell
Rebel McKenzie — Candice Ransom
City of Orphans — Avi
The Grave Robber’s Apprentice — Allan Stratton
The Losers Club — Andrew Clements

Juvenile Non-Fiction

Sioux — Valerie Bodden
Cherokee — Valerie Bodden
Iroquois — Valerie Bodden
American Indian Mythology — Anthony Clark
Renoir — Sabine Miller
What is Rock and Roll? — Jim O’Connor

Young Adult

Long Way Down — Jason Reynolds
As You Wish  — Chelsea Sedoti
The Hazel Wood — Melissa Albert
Daughter of the Burning City — Amanda Foody
Spirit Legacy — E.E. Holmes
Spirit Prophecy — E.E. Holmes
Spirit Ascendancy — E.E. Holmes

Young Adult Non-Fiction
Adult Fiction

The Family Lawyer — James Patterson
The Cast — Danielle Steel
Send Down the Rain — Charles Martin
How it Happened — Michael Koryta
By Invitation Only — Dorothea Benton Frank
Room on the Porch Swing — Amy Clipston
Fire & Ice — Mary Conneally
Calico Canyon — Mary Conneally
A Chance at Forever — Melissa Jagears
How to Stop Time — Matt Haig
The Flickers of Old Dreams — Susan Henderson
What Should be Wild — Julia Fine
Rules of Civility — Amor Towles
The Outsider — Stephen King
Whispers on the Prairie — Vickie McDonough
The Endless Beach — Jenny Clogan
A Place at Our Table — Amy Clipston
Petticoat Ranch — Mary Conneally
Princess — James Patterson
Shelter in Place — Nora Roberts
The Gray Ghost — Clive Cussler
The Resident is Missing — Bill Clinton
To the Moon and Back — Karen Kingsbury
My Kind of Christmas — Janet Dailey

Large Print Fiction

Dexter is Dead — Jeff Lindsay
Scarpetta — Patricia Cornwell

Audio CD’s



Give-a-Damn Jones — Bill Pronzini

Large Print Westerns

Telegraph Days — Larry McMurty

Romance (Paperback Books)

A Mother’s Love — Charlotte Hubbard
Cowboy Bold — Carolyn Brown
Cardwell Christmas Crime Scene — B.J. Daniels
Wedding at Cardwell Ranch — B.J. Daniels
Deliverance at Cardwell Ranch — B.J. Daniels
Home on the Range — Ruth Logan Herne
Will of Steel — Diana Palmer


On the Hook — Betty Hectman

Large Print Mystery
Science Fiction

Adult Non-Fiction

A Long Way From Home — Cathy Glass
Coffin Corner Boys — Carole Engle Avriett
Touched By Fire — Louise Barnett
Filthy Rich — James Patterson
Ghost Boy — Martin Pistorius
Beer Money — Frances Stroh
Bead-opedia — Kerrie Berrie
Amamani Puzzle Book — Dedri Uys

Kansas Fiction
Kansas Non-Fiction

Headlights on the Prairie — Robert Rebein


A Man Called Ove
Thor: Ragnarok
I Kill Giants


Summer Reading Schedule

Every Thursday in July we will be having a short program and a craft.  Our themes are as listed below:

July 5 — Dance Party
July 12 — “Rock”ing Good Time
July 19 — Jenny G and Her Amazing Squeezebox
July 26 — Music in Schools

Please note, themes may change, if needed.  Also, there will be no computers for use the mornings of these days (9am to noon).

Summer Reading Logs

All reading logs will be available at the library June 1st!

Preschool to 5th Grade (log 20 books to get a prize)
Those birth to entering Kindergarten are also welcome to participate in our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program!

6th grade to High School (log your minutes for a grand prize)

Adult Read (every 4 books enter name for grand prize drawing)