Our Philosophy -- (Note: Under Construction and Improvement)
With over 4,000 books in our collections, there's sure to be something that interests you.
NEW BOOKS WILL BE LISTED HERE...Updated March 14, 2018
Horses and Ponies by Sheila Perkins - A book about horses and ponies!
DRONES - everything you wanted to know about Drones
Irena's Children - Tilar J. Mazzeo was an extraodinary woman who saved thousands of children from the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII
Alexander's Army by Chris D'Lacey - Michael Malone is assigned to investigate a local comic shop because they were displaying a comic boo with a disturbingly familiar heroine, but he soon realizes that the sinister shop hides an invisible army, with a menacing maniac, and worse he does not know if he can trust his fellow agents.
Who are Venus and Serena Williams? This biography is about two sisters who learned to play tennis at an early age and ended up champions in the Olympics.
Star Talk with Neil deGrasse Tyson - An entertaining and eye-opening journey through the mysteries of our universe.
Star Wars Coding Projects - Learn to code in Scratch with C-3PO and your favorite Star Wars characters.
Letters from Minty - This biography was written and illustrated by fourth and fifth grade students honoring Harriet Tubman.
Star Wars Ships of the Galaxy - Everything you wanted to know about space ships in Star Wars!
U.S. Presidents The Oval Office All-Stars by Dan Green - The most recent presidents!!!
Why, Fly Guy? A BIG Question and Answer Book by Tedd Arnold - Fly Guy answers all sorts of questions and even offers ideas for at-home science projects and activities!
Lone Stars by Mike Lupica - An inspiring story about role models, football, and tackling.
MORE TO COME....
The library has two new computers for your research needs.
Are you researching something or just looking for some information? Well, the library is the place to go. We have a professionally trained staff set in place for the curious at heart.
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The North Dakota State Library has a wealth of information on their shelves and in their databases. The portal for knowledge is linked below:
Are you doing research for a project or an essay? "Kids Info Bits" was built for some of our youngest students. Click below to find out more:
Are you interested in the government? This is the greatest resource ever! Click on "Ben's Guide" to learn all about the U.S. Government:
SCIENCE!! SCIENCE!! Whether you are an elementary student or high school student, this resource will certainly help you learn more about science: