We have a whole display of Non Fiction Books that haven’t been checked out in… YEARS!
Some of these books are not as pretty as they once were, but you can still read them and save them from the “Discard Pile”
All you have to do to save a book is check it out!
Borrow a book from the display NOW so that others can enjoy it in the future! It’s almost like time travel…(Okay…it’s not quite that cool) All books must be checked out by March 10th!
The Book Give Away is free and open to the public
Thursday, March 11, and Friday, March 12: 9:00AM-5:30PM
Saturday, March 13, 9AM-Noon
In an effort to make room for more books, the library staff have weeded several books from the adult, young adult and children’s sections to update our collections!
Free will monetary donations will be accepted and proceeds will go to the Friends of Watseka Public Library to fund future programming including the summer reading program
Everyone entering the library is required to wear a face covering and practice social distancing. Space is limited to 10 people at a time in the library meeting room (first come, first serve)
NOTE: WE ARE STILL NOT ABLE TO ACCEPT BOOK DONATIONS – we apologize for any inconvenience.
Click this link to read all about Libby on our NOVEL BOOK IDEAS page
Noted children’s book author, Alice B. McGinty has a new book!
You may have seen Alice this summer when she broadcasted two programs for the Watseka Public Library Summer Reading Program!
Check out her website www.alicebmcginty.com to learn more about Alice and her work