The sun is shining and many are thinking about yard work and gardening. For you who have forgotten or had missed a recent article, the Library is giving away Blue Spruce trees to celebrate Arbor Day. They are yours for the asking. If you are interested stop by and pick them up.
Also, come in an enjoy the beautiful art display by local artist, Christine Munger. Those who have visited are awe struck by the intricate designs that produce such awesome Americana and Folk Art. We are so fortunate to have such a variety of talent in this community.
There are many new arrivals that are being added to the library display. This does not mean all are hot off the press novels but perhaps an addition to the collection of popular authors. The Hunger Games are a very popular item at this time. If not available at the time it can be reserved for when it returns to the library.
One book that a patron found of interest; Although the book is fiction it just so happens in the story, Meridian High School has a basketball game with Cottonwood in the opening chapters of the book. To everyone at Meridian High School, Michael Vey is just your average, ordinary fourteen-year -old. But Michael is anything but ordinary-in fact, he is electric. When Michael's best friends, Ostin Liss and cheerleader Taylor Ridley, make an accidental discovery, the three of them learn that there are other kids with similar power-and that someone, or something, is hunting them. After Michael's mother is kidnapped, Michael will have to rely on his wits, his unique power, and his friends to combat the hunters, free his mother, and save the others. The book is fiction and is called "Michael Vey, the Prisoner of Cell 25. Author is Richard Paul Evans, #1 New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author. Good reading, you will enjoy it.
Tables are being reserved in the Community Hall for the upcoming City Wide Yard sale. The cost is $7.00 and will guarantee you a weather free day. Call the library for your reservation soon as space is becoming limited. Donations to the library sale of good, clean items are being accepted with all proceeds going toward the purchase of new children's books.