Saturday, April 19, 2014
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Enterprise Public Library est: 1899

City Library Buliding"He who has the most information wins"

Visit our modern and innovative library. Housed in the original 100 year old Carnegie Library building, we feature a computerized regional card catalog with reminders and renewal services customized for the library patron.  We also, of course, have all the latest bestsellers as well as internet access, and magazines and movies.

 

The library is raffling off a book pattern quilt,created by patrons. 

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Get your tickets now.  $1.00 each/6 for $5.00.

 

  • Free Internet Access:
    The library provides free internet access to everyone. There are three public access computers available. All computers are conneted to a color printer. Copies are 25 cents per page for text and $1 each for graphics.  The computers have many software programs: Microsoft Publisher, Frontpage, Powerpoint, Excel, Photodraw, Streets and Trips and many others.
  • Copy Machine:
    There is a copy machine available for black & white copies at 25 cents each.
  • Large Print Books:
    Large print books are available in a limited supply but information can be provided to receive FREE alternative format materials from the Oregon State Library.
  • Infant/Toddler Story Time:
    Infant/Toddler Story Time is held each Thursday morning at 10:30 AM.
  • Historic Microfilm:
    Historic microfilm of the Wallowa County Chieftain is available and readable via the microfilm reader/copier. Copies are 25 cents per page..

 

 

New Books at the Library

April 2014

New Book List

Adult Fiction

Allen, Sarah Addison..Lost Lake

Barr, Nevada.............Destroyer Angel

Box, C.J.....................Stone cold

Cornwell, B................The pagan lord

Cain, Chelsea.............Let me go

Connelly, Michael......Gods of Guilt

Doig, Ivan....................Sweet thunder

Flagg, Fannie..............The all girl filling station last reunion

Grippando...................Black horizon

Glass, Julie..................And the dark sacred night

Jance, J.......................Second watch

Johnson, Craig……..…Serpents tooth

King, Laurie.................Bones of Paris

Koontz, D....................Innocence

Lahiri, J.......................The lowland

Mayor, A......................Three can keep a secret

Matthiessen, P.............In paradise

Nesbo, Jo.....................Police

Perry, A.......................Death on Blackheath

Scottoline.....................Keep quiet

Snyder, M.....................Taste of darkness

Vachss, A.....................Aftershock

Unger, L.......................In the blood

Adult Non-fiction

155.24 Glad    David and Goliath

362.11 Fin       Five days at Memorial

364.1 Rud        Busted

641.5 Pat         Cooking with quinoa

745.1/2014       Warman’s Antiques and Collectibles 2014

759.5/King        Leonardo and the last supper

921 Kesey         It's all a kind of magic

921 Twain v.2  Autobiography of Mark Twain

942.2 Carn      Lady Almina and the real Downton Abbey

979.7 Pin         Lewis & Clark among the Nez Perce

New Youth Books

Cast, P.C.             Revealed (book #11)

DiCamillo, Kate    Flora & Ulysses

Keaton, Kelly        The wicked within

Lerangis, Peter    Lost in Babylon (Seven Wonders book II)

Riordan, Rick       The house of Hades (Heroes of Olympus #4)

Sloan, Holly          Counting by 7s

New Children’s Books

Brett, Jan..............Cinders

Docherty, H..........The snatchabook

O'Connor, J..........Fancy Nancy & the wedding the century

Pendziwol, J.........Once upon a northern night

Shannon, D..........Bugs in my hair

Wiesner, D...........Mr. Wuffles

Willems, M...........Pegeon needs a bath

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Library Info

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LIBRARY HOURS:
Monday through Thursday - 10 A M to 6 PM
Friday, Saturday & Sunday - Closed