May 20

Storytime on Tuesdays at 3:30

Storytime has been discontinued on Saturday mornings. It is now offered at 3:30 on Tuesdays.

May 18

Every Hero Has A Story

Summer Reading 2015 is getting ready to start. Registration for “Every Hero Has A Story” will be Friday, May 22nd, at the Harlan Community Library from 2:00-4:30 P.M. Come in to get registered and see what we are going to do firsthand. If you can’t come Friday, registration is available at a later time.

May 14

Library Lines – May 14,2015



Find the Good: Unexpected Life Lessons From a Small- Town Obituary Writer by Heather Lende

Sea Of Darkness; Unraveling the Mysteries Of the H.L. Hunley  by Brian Hicks

Simply Salads: Sensational Fresh Salad Recipes For All Seasons and Occasions by Valerie Ferguson

Bad Faith: When Religious Belief Undermines Modern Medicine by Paul A. Offit

The Light Of the World: A Memoir by Elizabeth Alexander

Romantic Outlaws: The Extraordinary Lives Of Mary Wollstonecraft and Her Daughter Mary Shelley by Charlotte Gordon

Listen To Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We’re Saying Now by Ann Imig

Missoula: Rape and the Justice System In a College Town by Jon Krakauer

Bill O’Reilly’s Legends and Lies: The Real West by David Fisher

First Ladies: Presidential Historians On the Lives Of 45 Iconic American Women by Susan Swain

Common Core Math For Parents For Dummies With Videos Online by Christopher Danielson

Warman’s Antiques and Collectibles 2016 49th Edition by Noah Fleisher




The Story Hour by Thrity Umrigar

Hush by Karen Robards

The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg

14th Deadly Sin by James Patterson

Memory Man by David Baldacci

Gathering Prey by John Sandford

The Fall by John Lescroart

Perfect Match by Fern Michaels

Inside the O’Briens by Lisa Genova

Garden of Lies by Amanda Quick

The Bone Tree by Greg Iles

Her Name Is Rose by Christine Breen

Your Next Breath by Iris Johansen

Jack Of Spades by Carol Joyce Oates

Taken by Dee Henderson

One Step To Far by Tina Seskis

What She Left Behind by Ellen Marie Wiseman

What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty

A Desperate Fortune by Susanna Kearsley

Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng

Orhan’s Inheritance by Aline Ohanesian



The Fall by John Lescroart

Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline

Garden Of Lies by Amanda Quick

Perfect Match by Fern Michaels

Gathering Prey by James Sandford

Your Next Breath by Iris Johansen

Passing Strangers by Angela Hunt

The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion




The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

A Spool Of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler

The Matchmaker by Elin Hilderbrand

The Stranger by Harlan Coben

The Alphabet House by Jussi Adler-Olsen

Last One Home by Debbie Macomber

Dead Wake: The Last Crossing Of the Lusitana by Erik Larson

The Girl On the Train by Paula Hawkins

Cold Betrayal by J. A. Jance

Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline

Memory Man by David Baldacci

Gathering Prey by John Sandford

Hot Pursuit by Stuart Woods




The Dust Bowl

The Orphan Trains

Big Hero 6

Penguins Of Madagascar: The Movie

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1


Into the Woods


Zoey To the Max

Castle: Season 2













May 12

Library and Lunch Book Discussion June 9, 2015 12:00 – 1:00

Monuments Men by Robert M. Edsel

Previously untold story of a little-known WWII Allied division whose mission was to track down European art and treasures that had been looted by the Nazis at Hitler’s command. They would risk their lives to protect mankind’s greatest achievements.

Apr 14

Library and Lunch Book Discussion May 12, 2015 12:00 – 1:00

My Name is Mary Sutter by Robin Oliveira

“Mary Sutter is a brilliant, headstrong midwife from Albany, New York, who dreams of becoming a surgeon.  Determined to overcome the prejudices against women in medicine–and eager to run away from her recent heartbreak–Mary leaves home and travels to Washington, D.C. to help tend the legions of Civil War wounded.  Under the guidance of William Stipp and James Blevens-two surgeons who fall unwittingly in love with Mary’s courage, will, and stubbornness in the face of suffering and resisting her mother’s pleas to return home to help with the birth of her twin sister’s baby, Mary pursues her medical career in the desperately overwhelmed hospitals of the capital.” from book cover

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