Library News
Another week with activities galore. Can you believe Summer Reading is almost over as Thursday is the last day for this session and the kids will be spending the afternoon in the park enjoying the activities, snacks and awards. Our appreciation goes out to each of the parents who juggled time, work and pleasure to allow your child to participate in this wonderful learning experience and to Aleta Coppernoll and the volunteers who make this so enjoyable each year. Even though each year swimming lessons compete with the reading program, each seems to be well attended. Good job kids and parents.
The library recently received 12 audio books for your listening enjoyment. Included are” The Next Always” by author Nora Roberts, 
“Sunday at Tiffany’s” by James Patterson
“Enchanted“, a triple book set by Elizabeth Lowell
An additional triple books set by Johanna Lindsey and books by Sandra Brown, Harlan Corben and J.D. Robb.
These are especially appealing to folks who enjoy listening to a good book while traveling or on vacation. Give it a try for you may become “one of those”
For the children we now have a set of beginning readers titled BOB BOOKS and for the young adult the book “Twilight” by Stephanie Meyer. 
The library recently received a box of wonderful learning books for children, the kind that never become outdated. We appreciate them so much and they are now available for check out. 
We appreciate the donations that come in but would like to remind you that if they are not comparatively new books please do not share them with us. Also, we are not receiving paper back romance novels such as the Harlequin Romance.
Don’t forget there are just a few days left to buy a chance to win a “Savage”
Mark II, 22 LR rifle donated by Stacie Milliman, with all proceeds to be used to purchase new children’s books. The drawing will be held at the close of the Raspberry festival. There are several other prizes that will also be awarded during this time. Tickets are available at various businesses around town or at the library.
If you have not had the pleasure, please stop by and view the wonderful display of our young artist of the month, Andrea Kaschmitter. Her pictures are of various scenes, still life and one of a little child captured in black and white.
Volunteers and patrons are always welcome at the Library and it is a “cool” place to be on a hot summer day. Check it out. 

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522


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503 King St.
P.O. Box 157
Cottonwood, ID 83522-0157
Fax 208-962-7131
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