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Story Library Summer Reading Program is Over,

But the “Pay It Forward” Feature is Alive and Well!

If you check out a book or other item that has a friendly greeting inserted, we hope it lends you a smile that you can pass on to the next person you meet!

Way to Go, Summer Readers!

Story Branch Library Volunteer Gardener!

Brenda Winters
Shares her Green Thumb, her time, and herPersonal Inventory ofBig Red Bronze Leaf Begonia
Big Pink Green Leaf Begonia
Megawatt Rose
Green Leaf Begonia
Lemon Cypress (smell it!)
Wax Leaf Variegated German Ivy
and a big tub of various
and alyssum!

Thank You,


Currently On Display

On display during the month of June:  Jo Elliott’s eclectic collection of Angels and Owls from her Grandma Hattie’s Hutch!

Come and See!














Fall Book Discussion Series begins in August. Every 4th Monday at 6:30 P.M.

Theme: Growing Up in the West


August 28:

  The Meadow by James Galvin

October 2:

  The Roundhouse by Louise Erdrich

October 30:

 Cover image for English Creek  English Creek by Ivan Doig

November 28:

  Montana 1948  by Larry Watson


25 Years Ago in Story…

…Story Branch Library Now



Adults: Looking for a great book?  Here are suggestions from Patrons and/or Staff who read these titles recently and heartily recommended them!   Each * represents one person who said it was a great book!

  • Magpie Murders* by Anthony Horowitz
  • The Light of Paris* by Eleanor Brown
  • Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven* by Fannie Flagg
  • The True Tails of Baker and Taylor: The library Cats Who Left Their Pawprints on a Small Town…and the World** by Jan Louch
  • Every Wild Heart* by Meg Donohue
  • The Seven Year Dress* by Paulette Mahurin
  • The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir : a novel* by Jennifer Ryan
  • Bone Box* by Faye Kellerman (available in CD Audio Book format)
  • The Fire by Night**  by Teresa Messineo, a World War II novel through the eyes of 2 U.S. Army nurses
  • And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer**, by Fredrik Backman (a quick-read “story about memories and letting go…a slow farewell between a man and his grandson, and between a dad and his boy.”
  • Stolen Beauty*, a novel by Laurie Lico Albanese about the true story of Gustav Klimt art stolen by Nazis and finally recovered by the family of the original owner. Story Branch Library also has the movie, starring Helen Mirren.
  • The Sugar Men*, a “Holocaust Echoes” work of fiction by Ray Kingfisher
  • You Will Not Have My Hate**by Antoine Leiris (nonfiction response to terrorist attack)
  • Bertie’s Guide to Life and Mothers** by Alexander McCall Smith

Pre-school Story Time every Wednesday from 3-3:45!

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