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Hours: 10 am to 7 pm Monday to Thursday;
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Close on Sunday
New materials available
Large print: “Forever My Own” by Tracie Peterson. âGood Eggsâ by Rebecca Hardiman. âSustaining Faithâ by Janette Oke and Laurel Oke Logan. “Coming Home to Maple Cottage”, “The Cottage on Sunshine Beach” and “The Holiday Cottage by the Sea”, all by Holly Martin.
DVD: âA Cinderella Story: Starstruck. “
Audiobooks: âLincoln in the Bardoâ by George Saunders. “La Renarde” by Francine Rose. “Firefly Lane” by Kristin Hannah.
Religion and Spirituality: âA History of the Early Churchâ by John Chapman.
Comics and Graphic Novels: âGhosts, Goblins and Ninjasâ (Pup Detectives Series) by Felix Gumpaw.
Literature and fiction: âThe March of Women: Novel of the 1913 Women’s Suffrage Processionâ by Jennifer Chiaverini. “Enchanted April” by Elizabeth Von Arnim. “We had stars in our eyes” by Lisa Samson.
Mysteries and thrillers: “Black Ice” (Scot Harvath series) by Brad Thor. “The Man with the Silver Saab” (Detective Varg series) by Alexander McCall Smith.
Children: “Charlie Chooses” by Lou Peacock. “Daniel Visits a Pumpkin Patch” (Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood series) by Maggie Testa. âDogs at work: good dogs. Real Jobs âby Margaret Cardillo. âHow to Spot a Best Friendâ by Bea Birdsong. “I want ice cream” by Elisabetta Pica. “Maleficent” (World of Reading series) by the Disney Storybook art team. âSecret, Secret Agent Guyâ by Kira Bigwood.
Take-out for adults
The library introduced take-out crafts for adults. Participants must be 18 years or older to participate.
The July craft is a mod podge terracotta flower pot.
A new trade will be introduced on the first day of each month.
The craft for August will be fairy clothespins.
Summer without fine
For the months of July and August, fines will be waived for the first 28 days after the due date, with the exception of mobile hotspots. Once the grace period has expired, a replacement cost will be assessed and the item will be considered lost.
More information can be found on the library’s website.
Friends of the Butler Public Library will be hosting the annual book sale August 2-10. Monday August 9; is $ 2 per bag day. Tuesday August 10; is the free day.
â¢ Ms. Teya will post new virtual stories on the library website every week. A number of Wiggle songs are also available and can be found on YouTube or Spotify.
â¢ Tai chi lessons will be held on Monday at 5:45 pm every Monday when the library is open.
â¢ A new take-out craft will be available every Wednesday at the lending counter for children to do at home.
â¢ The Kids’ Garden Club meets at 4:00 pm every Wednesday. Upcoming topics include weeding, watering and pruning, chlorophyll transfers, and a garden club party. Children can register at the loan desk.
Shooting assistance offered
People who need help scheduling appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations can come to the library for help.
Visitors are asked to come to the library during regular opening hours for assistance or call the library at 868-2351 for more information.