We had a lot of book winners in the National Library Week drawing week: Laura Beard, Dylinn Blohm, Kael Blohm, Avery Bown, Jada Cheville, Nathan Cheville, Jerry Clark, Makenna Cooper, Jody Corwin, Joanne DeLaHunt, Cullern Eiffler, Marty Eiffler, Kaylin Forbes, Emmalynne Graham, Megan Heise, Phyllis Hummel, Jane Johnson, Dorothy Keith, Jane Koele, Wesley Latchman, Nancy Lauterbach, Laura Meyers, Marvene Niederman, Donna Peters, Pat Petersen, Karlie Rickert, Betty Roberts, Aleah Saak, Marlene Sager, Janet Schildroth, Doris Slessor, Alyssa Starnes, Cassie Steuart, Logan Stice, Zane Stice, Cody Ward, Kay Weiss, Maddie Wild, Julia Witt and Xander Young.
New books at the library this week include three large print titles in memory of Lavina Rohach purchased with memorial money from her family and Don and Beth Dirks: The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult, Chance of a Lifetime by Jodi Thomas and Firefly Island by Lisa Wingate.
We also have two other large print titles: The Guardian by Beverly Lewis and Daybreak by Shelley Shepard Gray.
Other regular print fiction include The Hit by David Baldacci, Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella, Whiskey Beach by Nora Roberts, Sleight of Hand by David Margolin, Amity & Sorrow by Peggy Riley, Don't Go by Lisa Scottoline, Fly Away by Kristin Hannah, Taking Eve by Iris Johansen, The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin, Truth-Stained Lies by Terri Blackstock, A Dream for Tomorrow by Melody Carlson, Swept Away by Mary Connealy, Under the Summer Sky by Lori Copeland, Whispers of a New Dawn by Murray Pura, A Place to Belong by Lauraine Snelling, Sweet Mercy by Ann Tatlock, The Winnowing Season by Cindy Woodsmall, The Dance by Dan Walsh and The River Palace by Gilbert Morris.
Nonfiction: I'll See You Again by Jackie Hance.
Children's books: Bink & Gollie, Best Friends Forever by Kate DiCamillo, The Boxcar Children Beginning: The Aldens of Fair Meadow Farm by Patricia MacLachlan and The Magic Thief: Lost by Sarah Prineas.
Lisa Roose did story time on April 23. The next story time will be held on Tuesday, May 7 at 10:00 a.m. Harriet White will do the program.