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News and Events

Our next Summer Reading Event will be Wednesday, June 12, at noon, at the St. John's Hall

(directly across from the elementary school)

The Olympia Pacesetters 4-H Club will be providing activities!

Everyone is welcome to attend!

There will NOT be a Pre-School Storytime & More with Mrs. Graber for June!

Kids' Craft Day will resume in September! 

Book Club will meet on Monday, June 24, at 6:30 pm.

The book for the month is Nine Perfect Strangers, by Liane Moriarty. 

Come in and pick up a copy today!

Need an easy way to browse for books? RSAcat mobile allows you to easily search for books, place holds on items, and manage library accounts. You can access RSAcat by downloading the free app in Apple or Google Play stores. The app is availabe for both iphone and android users.

It's HERE!!!  Sign up your little one for 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten now, at the Library!

NEW!!! Stop in and grab a Reading Tracker and Starter Cards for the Reading Dragons program!

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Weekly Storytime Series

Don’t Miss Out

Online Storytime is over, but we have a complete list of the books we read during the program.  Come on over and check out your favorites!

5/20/22: Garton, Otter: Let's Go Swimming! 

5/13/22: Firth, I'll Teach My Dog a Lot of Words 

5/6/22: Goode, Mama Loves

4/29/22: Dean, Pete the Cat's Family Road Trip

/22/22: Emmens, The Amazing Planet Earth

4/15/22Dean, Time for Bed, Pete the Kitty

4/8/22: Holub, Itty Bitty Kitty: Firehouse Fun! 

4/1/22: Scotton, Splat the Cat and the Lemonade Stand 

3/25/22:    Gilman, Dixie Loves School Pet Day 

3/18/2022: Dean, Pete the Cat's Train Trip 

 3/11/2022: Capucilli, Biscuit Feeds the Pets 

3/4/2022:  Henkes, When Spring Comes

2/25/22: Scotton, et al, Splat the Cat and the Quick Chicks

2/18/2022: Capucilli, Biscuit's Day at the Farm 

2/11/22: Boynton, How Big is Zagnodd? 

1/28/22:  Coxe,Cat Traps

1/21/22: Carle, The Very Hungry Caterpillar's First Winter   

1/14/22: Dean, Pete the Kitty: Ready, Set, Go-Cart! 

12/30/21:   Hills, Duck & Goose: Goose Needs a Hug

12/22/21:  Underwood, Santa Cat

12/17/21: DeanPete the Cat and the Unicorn's Missing Colors

 12/10/21: Tharp, Bunny Will Not Jump

12/2/21:  Boynton, Doggies: A Counting and Barking Book 

11/19/21:   Capucilli, Biscuit Takes a Walk

11/12/21: Henkes, In the Middle of Fall 

11/5/21:  Capucilli, Biscuit and the Baby 

10/28/21: Sima,  Hardly Haunted 

 10/21/21: Scotton, Splat the Cat and the Cat in the Moon

10/14/21:  Bramsen. Duck & Cat's Rainy Day

10/7/21: CapucilliBiscuit

10/1/21: Dean,  Pete the Cat and the Tip-Top Treehouse

9/23/21: Boynton Moo, Baa, La La La

9/15/21:   The Shark Tooth Fairy

9/8/21: Scotton, Splat the Cat and the Obstacle Course 

9/1/21: PJ Masks: Meet PJ Robot

8/25/21: Bond, Paddington Plays On

8/18/21: Drummond, Charlie the Ranch Dog: Charlie Goes to the Doctor

8/12/21: Scotton, Russell the Sheep   

 8/4/21: Smith, Margaret's Unicorn 

7/28/21: Dean Pete the Cat: Super Pete

 7/22/21: NumeroffIf You Give a Pig a Party

   7/15/21:  Capucilli, Biscuit Finds a Friend

7/7/21:   Mayer, Exploring the Great Outdoors 

6/24/21: Splat the Cat Gets a Job

6/17/21:  Tharp, Bunny Will Not BE QUIET! 

6/9/21: Seltzer, Sea Sheep.  

6/2/21: Nakamura, PJMasks: The Flying Factory!

5/26/21:  Bell, I YAM a Donkey!

5/19/21:  Capucilli, Biscuit and the Lost Teddy Bear 

5/11/21: Mayer, Just Pick Us, Please! 

5/5/21: Simpson, What Not to Give Your Mother on Mother's Day

4/28/21:  Simi,  Jules vs. the Ocean

4/21/21: Nakamura,  PJ Masks Spring into Action!   

4/14/21:  Schmid, Hugs from Pearl  

4/7/21:  Dr. Seuss, Green Eggs and Ham

3/31/21:   Boynton, But Not the Armadillo.

3/24/21: Haseley, A Story for Bear

3/17/21:  Dean, Pete the Cat: The Great Leprechaun Chase

3/11/21: Thayer, Gus Was A Friendly Ghost

3/3/21:   Wilson, Bear's New Friend.

2/24/21: Woolvin, Rapunzel

2/17/21: Knotts, The Winter Cat

2/10/21:  deGroat, Roses are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink

2/3/21:  Garton, Otter: I Love Books

1/27/2021: Biscuit's Snow Day Race

Amenities

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Computers/Digital

We have three public access computers - no library card necessary!
We can fax, copy, or print out from one of the PCs.  (Fees below.)

Books!

What do you like to read?  We have a wide range of Adult, Young Adult, Junior, and Children's titles, both fiction and non-fiction, and a handy Reference Section.  Books may be checked out for two weeks.

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DVD Check-Out

DVDs are available for free, one-week checkouts, 5 at a time.

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Library Collections

What's on the Shelves?

Our library provides easy access to our collections and catalog. Learn more about our books, articles, media and more, then stop by to pick up your selections and experience all we have to offer.  We have everything from early reader books to reference to Christian Inspirational to Western, to name just a few! In addition, we have audiobooks, DVDs, and magazines.

Colourful Pile of Old Books

What We're Reading Now

Our Staff Picks include some of the top titles available at H.A. Peine District Library. This collection has something enjoyable for everyone - from seasoned readers to young bookworms. Contact us or stop by for more information.

Barb says, "I am reading The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien.  It's an annual read for me!"

Mary Kay says, "I just finished Susan Mallery's new book, The Happiness Plan. Now I'm reading Second Time Around by Melody Carlson." 

Anita says, "I'm reading The Canary Girls by Jennifer Chiaverini. 

Stacy says "I am currently reading 22 Seconds by James Patterson."

Piles of Books

Literary Classics

We’re always adding to our Literary Classics, searching for material we know the community will appreciate. Our team is available to make suggestions and help you find the perfect title from this collection.

Colorful Book Spines

New Releases

We are constantly updating the titles in our New Releases, taking into account recommendations from staff and our community of readers. Explore and discover your next great read from this collection.

We added these titles in May:

Julia Alvarez, The Cemetery of Untold Stories

Mary Kay Andrews, Summer at the Saint

Kelley Armstrong, Disturbing the Dead

David Baldacci, A Calamity of Souls

Linwood Barclay, I Will Ruin You

Benny Blanco, Open Wide

Jayne Castle, People in Glass Houses

Jennifer Chiaverini, The Museum of Lost Quilts

Harlan Coben, Think Twice

Jude Deveraux, An Unfinished Murder

Alan Erickson, A Pose Before Dying

Suzanne Woods Fisher, Love on a Whim

Carley Fortune, This Summer Will be Different

Kathleen Fuller, The Proposal Plot

Matt Goldman, Still Waters

Shelley Shepard Gray, Unforgiven

Catherine Ryan Hyde, Life, Loss, and Puffins

Erik Larson, The Demon of Unrest

Christina Lauren, The Paradise Problem

Tracie Peterson, With Each Tomorrow

Nora Roberts, Mind Games

Amanda Skenandore, The Medicine Woman of Galveston

Jessica Shattuck, Last House

Danielle Steel, Only the Brave

Mark Sullivan, All the Glimmering Stars

Ruth Ware, One Perfect Couple

Kate White, The Last Time She Saw Him

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Do I have to pay for that?

Books: $.10/day, for every day overdue.
DVDs: $.50/day, for every day overdue.
Copies/printouts: $.25/page
Faxes: $1.00/page
Scan (Bring your own flash drive) $.50/page

Overdue and Service Fees

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Library Resources

You don't have to visit H.A. Peine District Library to access our collections. Many titles, including books, magazines, and other publications are available for download to your computer, eBook reader, or mobile device.  Look for Axis 360 and Libby in your app store!

In addition, we participate in Inter-Library Loan services that help augment our collection and resources available to you!

The online catalog, RSACat, can also be found as an app at the Apple App Store and Google Play, so you can have the catalog wherever you go!

Online Catalog - RSACat

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Hours

Visit Us
Masks are optional. Hand Sanitizer is at the front when you enter - thank you for using it!

Mon - Thur: Noon - 7:30pm

Friday: Noon - 6pm

Saturday: 9am - 12:30 pm

Sunday: Closed

Holidays, weather, and other factors may affect these hours.

We are closed on the following holidays:

New Year's Day

Memorial Day

Independence Day

Labor Day

Thanksgiving

Christmas

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Contact Us

For comments, queries, questions, or to become a member, contact us today.

202 N Main Street, Minier, IL 61759

(309) 392-3220

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