Friends of the Library book sale will take place
Saturday, October 1st, at 9:00 AM.
Come browse and pick up some great fall reads!
Killing Patton: The Strange Death of World War II’s Most Audacious General – Bill O’Reilly
unPHILtered: The way I see it – Phil Robertson with Mark Schlabach
Leaving time – Jodi Picoult
Small town lies – Charlie Hudson
Personal – Lee Child
The Cheyenne River Mission quilts – Jan Cerney
The boarding school quilts – Jan Cerney
Keep quiet – Lisa Scottoline
The sisters brothers – Patrick deWitt
Angels walking – Karen Kingsbury
The farm – Tom Rob Smith
The thicket – Joe R. Lansdale
The son – Jo Nesbo
The ploughmen – Kim Zupan
Shots fired – C. J. Box
Private Down Under – James Patterson & Michael White
Night of the white buffalo – Margaret Coel
Big little lies – Liane Moriarty
Mean streak – Sandra Brown
The bone orchard – Paul Doiron
Walking on water – Richard Paul Evans
Gray mountain – John Grisham
Small town haven – Charlie Hudson
Navajo autumn – R. Allen Chappell
Boy made of dawn – R. Allen Chappell
Ancient blood – R. Allen Chappell
Somewhere safe with somebody good – Jan Karon
Sometimes the wolf – Urban Waite
The chase – Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg
Let it burn – Steve Hamilton
Dead broke in Jarrett Creek – Terry Shames
Fourth of July Creek – Smith Henderson
Flesh and blood – Patricia Cornwell
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The long haul – Jeff Kinney
Easy / Picture:
Santa is coming to Nebraska – Steve Smallman[Top]
This is the last week of the Friends of the Library annual book-sale.
There are still a few titles left.
Fill up a box for $1.00 and get the titles you want
before they are gone![Top]
Join us on Wednesday, November 5th at 7:00 PM
to learn more about this fascinating chapter in Nebraska history.
We still have some books left in our Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale.
Come in and select the titles you want. Fill up a box for $1.00!!![Top]
The Friends of the Library Book sale is beginning today at the Gordon City Library! Lots of adult fiction and non-fiction, young adult fiction, and tons of kids’ picture books. Prices range from $0.25-0.50 a copy. Come by and browse![Top]
On Monday, September 30th the Gordon City Library will host Andy Jewell, Associate Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is the editor of the Willa Cather Archive, and co-editor of the new Selected Letters of Willa Cather. Mr. Jewell will discuss the story behind the writing and publishing of Willa Cather’s “O’Pioneers”. This novel is the 2013 One Book One Nebraska selection and is celebrating its 100ths anniversary this year.
Cather’s novel of life on the Nebraska frontier established her reputation as a writer of great note and marked a significant turning point in her artistic development. “O’Pioneers” is the sentimental and somewhat controversial story of the Bergsons, a family of Swedish pioneers that settles for life on the American prairie. A novel surprisingly ahead of its time, this protofeminist work touches a wide range of enduring themes, including love, marriage, temptation, and isolation. No other work of fiction so faithfully conveys both the sharp physical realities and the mythical sweep of the transformation of the American frontier – and the transformation of the people who settled it.
Willa Cather (1873-1947) was born in Virginia; her family moved to Nebraska in 1883 and eventually settled in Red Cloud. In 1923 Cather received the Pulitzer Prize for her novel “One of Ours”.
On Monday, October 7th the Gordon City Library will host the One Book One Nebraska discussion. Call the library at 282-1198 to reserve a copy of “O’Pioneers”. Books will be available September 24th.
Both events will start at 7:00 PM at the Gordon City Library, 101 West 5th St.
One Book One Nebraska is sponsored by the Nebraska Center for the Book, Humanities Nebraska, Nebraska Library Association, Nebraska Library Commission, The Willa Cather Foundation, and The University of Nebraska Press.[Top]
The Gordon City Library has several new DVDs available for checkout, including : “I have Tourette’s but Tourette’s doesn’t have me”, “One for the Money”, “Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest”, and “Giving Thanks …and more stories to celebrate American heritage”. Stop in today and use your library account to check one (or more!) out.[Top]
The Gordon City Library has added 33 large print books thanks to a generous donation.
The first patient (M. Palmer)
The fifth vial (M. Palmer)
The kitchen house (K. Grissom)
Nights of rain and stars (M. Binchy)
The secret between us (B. Delinsky)
The gift (R. P. Evans)
Lost December (R.P. Evans)
Vanish (T. Gerritsen)
Dinner with a perfect stranger (D. Gregory)
A Christmas star (T. Kinkade)
1105 Yakima Street (D. Macomber)
1225 Christmas Tree Lane (D. Macomber)
Keeping time (S. McGlynn)
A McKetrick Christmas (L. L. Miller)
Monday mourning (K. Reichs)
At first sight (N. Sparks)
The choice (N. Sparks)
True believer (N. Sparks)
Honor thyself (D. Steel)
Hotel Vendome (D. Steel)
One day at a time (D. Steel)
The seventeen second miracle (J. Wright)
Love Finds You in Valentine, Nebraska ( I. Brand)
Love Finds You in Holiday, Florida (S. Bricker)
Love Finds You in Amana, Iowa (M. Dobson)
Love Finds You in Bridal Veil, Oregon (M. Ferrell)
Love Finds You in Lonesome Prairie, Montana (T. Goyer & O. Fleiss)
Love Finds You in Hope, Kansas (P. Griffin)
Love Finds You in Poetry, Texas (J. Hanna)
Love Finds You in North Pole, Alaska (L. Lough)
Love Finds You in Paradise, Pennsylvania (L. Lough)
Love Finds You in Calico, California (E. Ludwig)
Love Finds You in Sugarcreek, Ohio (S. Miller)
Stop in and check one out today![Top]