News and Events
We had lots of fun at Kids' Craft Day on January 19, in honor of A.A. Milne's birthday, we had Winnie-the-Pooh crafts and activities.
Our next Kids' Craft Day will be right on Valentine's Day itself, February 14, from 2:30-4 here at the Library.
The Book Club will meet again on Monday, January 30th, at 6:30 here at the Library. This month's book is The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. We have a few copies of the book still available. Call 309-392-3220 to reserve a book.
Our next Storytime & More with Mrs. Graber is Tuesday, January 31, at 11:00 a.m. here at the library!
It's HERE!!! Sign up your little one for 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten now, at the Library!
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!
3/11/2022: Capucilli, Biscuit Feeds the Pets
3/4/2022: Henkes, When Spring Comes
12/30/21: Hills, Duck & Goose: Goose Needs a Hug
12/22/21: Underwood, Santa Cat
12/10/21: Tharp, Bunny Will Not Jump
11/12/21: Henkes, In the Middle of Fall
11/5/21: Capucilli, Biscuit and the Baby
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
8/12/21: Scotton, Russell the Sheep
8/4/21: Smith, Margaret's Unicorn
7/28/21: Dean Pete the Cat: Super Pete
7/15/21: Capucilli, Biscuit Finds a Friend
6/24/21: Splat the Cat Gets a Job
6/17/21: Tharp, Bunny Will Not BE QUIET!
6/9/21: Seltzer, Sea Sheep.
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
4/21/21: 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
3/11/21: Thayer, Gus Was A Friendly Ghost
3/3/21: Wilson, Bear's New Friend.
2/17/21: Knotts, The Winter Cat
2/3/21: Garton, Otter: I Love Books
1/27/2021: Biscuit's Snow Day Race
We have three public access computers - no library card necessary!
We can fax, copy, or print out from one of the PCs. (Fees below.)
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.
DVDs are available for free, one-week checkouts, 5 at a time.
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.
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'm currently listening to Malcolm Gladwell's The Bomber Mafia, which he also narrates. It's really good so far!
Mary Kay says, "I just finished reading Debbie Macomber's new book, The Christmas Spirit."
Anita says, "I just finished reading the newly released autobiography, Surrender, by Bono, and just checked out Dawn in the Dooryard, by Timothy Cotton."
Stacy says "I am currently reading Game On by Janet Evanovich."
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.
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 have added these titles in January:
Leigh Bardugo, Hell Bent
Marie Benedict, The Mitford Affair
Allison Brennan, Don’t Open the Door
Amy Clipston, Something Old, Something New
Colleen Coble, Dark of Night
Armando Lucas Correa, The Night Travelers
Lynette Eason, Critical Threat
Jessica Fellowes, The Mitford Secret
Shelley Shepard Gray, Her Heart’s Desire
Stephanie Graves, A Courage Undimmed
Janice Hallett, The Twyford Code
Prince Harry, Spare
Grady Hendrix, How to Sell a Haunted House
William W. Johnstone, Preacher’s Purge
Leah Konen, You Should Have Told Me
Dean Koontz, The House at the End of the World
Jayne Ann Krentz, Sleep No More
Mary Kubica, Just the Nicest Couple
Thomas Perry, Murder Book
Douglas Preston, The Cabinet of Dr. Leng
Jill Shalvis, The Backup Plan
Danielle Steel, Without a Trace
Sophie Sullivan, A Guide to Being Just Friends
P.J. Tracy, The Devil You Know
Stacy Willingham, Dangerous Things
The World Almanac, 2023
Books: $.10/day, for every day overdue.
DVDs: $.50/day, for every day overdue.
Scan (Bring your own flash drive) $.50/page
Overdue and Service Fees
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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