New year, new books at the library

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Happy New Year!

We are busy planning an exciting and fun-filled 2015 at the library. The repurpose project will be complete by the end of February, the Every Hero Has a Story themed Summer Reading Program is scheduled and a Lego Club is in the works and storytime will continue. Under consideration are a book club, movie night and speaker events. Anything you’d like to see happen? We are open to suggestions so let us know!

The library continues to offer services at the annex at the north end of the block while the repurpose project is underway. Stop by and check out a new book, DVD or book on CD. Internet access is also available. Watch the progress of the repurpose project online. Photographs and updates are available on the library website at Click on the Relocation and Construction link to see what’s going on. Information is also available on Facebook at


Library Storytime is being held at the Churchill County Museum at 1050 S. Maine St., on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. This is a great opportunity to listen to stories and do a craft with your children. It’s a fun time for everyone!

eMedia Classes at the ibrary

Learn to download eBooks and eAudio books onto your iPad, Tablet, Kindle, Kindle Fire/HD, Android phone, PC, laptop or Nook Color/HD using the Overdrive Media or One Click Digital platforms. We’ll show you how to download library materials and to sidestep any common pitfalls you may encounter. Bring your library card, your device and any questions. Drop in on Jan. 15, 22 and 29 between 9-11 a.m.

New and Noteworthy

The library has the latest bestsellers as well as other titles of interest including the following:

“We Are Called to Rise “by Laura McBride — An immigrant youth struggling to assimilate, a middle-aged housewife with a troubled marriage, a Vegas social worker and a wounded soldier connect with each other and rescue themselves in the wake of an unthinkable incident. McBride lives in Las Vegas. This book is the Nevada Reads pick for 2015. It is also available in downloadable format through the library website via overdrive.

“Encyclopedia of Exercise Anatomy” by Hollis Lance Liebman — If you feel the need for a body tune-up after the holidays, this book features a comprehensive range of exercises for the whole body. Workout routines included.

“American Sniper: the Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History” by Chris Kyle — A member of Navy SEAL Team 3 describes his life as a father and husband, and as the serviceman with the most confirmed sniper kills in the history of the United States military while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. A film based on the book starring Bradley Cooper and directed by Clint Eastwood is due in theaters this month.

Library location and holiday closure

The library is temporarily located at the annex at 507 S. Maine St. The library will be closed on Jan. 19 to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Carol Lloyd is director of the Churchill County Library. She is available at the library or by email at


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