Showing posts with label Donations. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Donations. Show all posts

Friday, July 30, 2021

In Memory of Mary E. Adcock

In loving memory of Mary Adcock

We are sadden with the news of our friend and patron Mrs. Mary Adcock having left this world. Mary loved our library and enjoyed coming here with her grand daughter.

We will miss you Mary.

A donation of books has been made in memory of Mary Adcock to our children's book section.

The following books were donated:

Grumpy Monkey by Suzanne Lang

Grumpy Monkey by Suzanne Lang
Jim the chimpanzee is in a terrible mood for no good reason. His friends can't understand it--how can he be in a bad mood when it's SUCH a beautiful day? They have lots of suggestions for how to make him feel better. But Jim can't take all the advice...and has a BIT of a meltdown. Could it be that he just needs a day to feel grumpy?

Suzanne and Max Lang bring hilarity and levity to this very important lesson on emotional literacy, demonstrating to kids that they are allowed to feel their feelings.

Grumpy Monkey Party Time! by Suzanne Lang

Grumpy Monkey Party Time! by Suzanne Lang
Have you ever been a little anxious about going to a party? Jim Panzee feels that. Porcupine is having a big party, and according to Jim's best friend Norman, there will be--gulp--dancing. Jim can DEFINITELY not dance. When he tells his friends, they all try to teach him cool moves--surely that's the only reason Jim isn't excited about this party!

Now, their job complete, the other animals sweep Jim along, all the way to the dance floor. Jim is dipped, swayed, and twirled until he can't take it anymore--he just doesn't like to dance! When he lets everyone know, he's met with disbelief...until Water Buffalo reveals that he doesn't much care to dance, either. As more and more animals have the courage speak their truths, does this mean there's no place for them at this party?

In this hilarious sequel to GRUMPY MONKEY, kids will learn that it's okay not to go with the flow if they're uncomfortable, and that speaking up about what they need can help others speak up, too--and maybe they need the same thing!

The One and Only Sparkella by Channing Tatum

The One and Only Sparkella by Channing Tatum
Ella is excited for her first day at a new school.

Glimmering pencil case? Check!

Shimmering backpack? Check!

Glittery ribbons in her hair? Check!

She can't wait to meet the other kids and share her sparkly personality. But her first day doesn't go quite as planned: Her new classmates don't like her disco-ball shoes, her PB&J-with-sprinkles sandwich, or her rainbow-y unicorn painting.

Ella decides to try to be less sparkly at school the next day so the other kids won't make fun of her. But with a little help from her dad, she soon learns the importance of just being herself, no matter what other people say.

Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Atticus, the Wise Dragon

 On June 9, 2021 local artist, Dutch Bryant presented the Jennie Woodworth Library with a marvelous painting of the wise dragon, Atticus.

Atticus is a special dragon because he loves to read. He encourages others to be a "book dragon" as well.

Make sure to stop by and meet Atticus while you are checking out a book to read.

Saturday, June 5, 2021

Thank you to the GFWC - Dickson County Women's Club

JWL Director with books donated by the GFWC-Dickson County
The GFWC Dickson County Woman's Club donated the lovely books seen in the picture to the left.

"Thank you so much! We can not wait to get these books on our shelves. We LOVE books on diversity!"
- Faith Johnson, JWL Director.

We believe that teaching diversity at a young age is necessary. These books along with others that have been added to our collection will help in doing that.

As always, the Jennie Woodworth Library greatly appreciates the kindness of our community and the community organizations. Our library has been built by our community and is supported by our community.

Thank You.

Lovely by Jess Hong -  Lovely explores a world of differences that all add up to the same thing: we are all lovely! That is the central message of author/illustrator Jess Hong's charmingly thoughtful and unfailingly entertaining picture book story for children ages 4 to 8.

This book can be found in the Easy section of our Children's Collection.

Do you have a library card with us? You can reserve this book now, online. Lovely by Jess Hong

People by Peter Spier - In this breathtaking tour around the world, young readers can pore over the many details that make each country and culture unique and special—illuminated by Spier’s detailed and witty illustrations of festivals and holidays, foods, religions, homes, pets, and clothing.

This book can be found in the Easy section of our Children's Collection.

Do you have a library card with us? You can reserve this book now, online. People by Peter Spier

Monday, April 19, 2021

In Memory of Joyce England

A memorial donation has been made to the Jennie Woodworth Library in memory of Mrs. Joyce England. 


This donation includes four books added to the collection in our Children’s Room that encourages inclusion and diversity.

Star Fish by Lisa Fipps

Star Fish by LisaFipps
- Bullied and shamed her whole life for being fat, twelve-year-old Ellie finally gains the confidence to stand up for herself, with the help of some wonderful new allies. -- Ages 10 up.

Eyes that Kiss in the Corners by Joanna Ho
Eyes that Kiss in the Corners by Joanna Ho - "A young Asian girl notices that her eyes look different from her peers'. They have big, round eyes and long lashes. She realizes that her eyes are like her mother's, her grandmother's, and her little sister's. They have eyes that kiss in the corners and glow like warm tea, crinkle into crescent moons, and are filled with stories of the past and hope for the future. Drawing from the strength of these powerful women in her life, she recognizes her own beauty and discovers a path to self-love and empowerment. This powerful, poetic picture book will resonate with readers of all ages and is a celebration of diversity."--Provided by publisher. Ages 4-8.

Sadie Sprocket Builds a Rocket by Sue Fliess
Sadie SprocketBuilds a Rocket by Sue Fliess - "Sadie Sprocket is a girl with a big dream ... to go to Mars! No one has been to Mars (yet!), so of course, that's where Sadie sets her sights. She learns everything she can about the planet and space, then assembles her crew of trusty stuffed animals. Together they build a rocket and prepare for the historic journey. And then finally ... blastoff!" --

We Belong Together by Liz Marie and Jose Galvan
We Belong to Each Other by Liz Marie and Jose Galvan - A lamb named Grace searches longingly for a family until she finds others like her at White Cottage Farm. 

We appreciate James and Brenda Buchanan for allowing the Jennie Woodworth Library to be a part of their memorial to Mrs. Joyce England.

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Classical Additions to our Catalog

 We love including classic literature in our collection. Having the tales that have withstood time available is a treasure. We want to thank our patron, Toni Tilley for donating the following books for the community's enjoyment.

     Fanny Price is born to a poor family, but is sent to her mother's rich relations to be brought up with her cousins. There she is treated as an inferior by all except her cousin Edmund, whose kindness ...

     The romantic clash between the opinionated Elizabeth and her proud beau, Mr. Darcy, is a splendid performance of civilized sparring. And Jane Austen's radiant wit sparkles as her characters dance a de...

     Lorna Doone is the story of John Ridd, a farmer who finds love amid the religious and social turmoil of seventeenth-century England. He is just a boy when his father is slain by the Doones, a lawless...

     Having lost the family savings on risky investments, Richard Grey removes himself from family life and suffers a bout of depression. Feeling helpless and frustrated, his youngest daughter, Agnes, appl...

     In early nineteenth-century England, an orphaned young woman accepts employment as a governess at Thornfield Hall, a country estate owned by the mysteriously remote Mr. Rochester.

     A ten-year-old orphan comes to live in a lonely house on the Yorkshire moors and discovers an invalid cousin and the mysteries of a locked garden.

     In 1863, Henry Fleming is a young Union soldier waiting to see his first battle during America's bloodiest conflict.

     The notorious Professor Challenger claims that dinosaurs still walk the earth. When the press and the scientific community ridicule him, Challenger vows to show them proof. And so he sets off for Sout...

     Taking place in the years leading up to the First Reform Bill of 1832, Middlemarch explores nearly every subject of concern to modern life: art, religion, science, politics, self, society, human relat...

     Independent and spirited Bathsheba Everdene has come to Weatherbury to take up her position as a farmer on the largest estate in the area. Her bold presence draws three very different suitors: the gen...

     Presents the adventures of Mowgli, a boy reared by a pack of wolves and the wild animals of the jungle.

     The adventures of an unusual dog, part St. Bernard, part Scotch shepherd, that is forcibly taken to the Klondike gold fields where he eventually becomes the leader of a wolf pack.

     Anne, an eleven-year-old orphan, is sent by mistake to live with a lonely, middle-aged brother and sister on a Prince Edward Island farm and proceeds to make an indelible impression on everyone around...

     An elusive figure is threatening the rulers of France during the French Revolution.

     A horse in nineteenth-century England recounts his experiences with both good and bad masters.

     Dr. Henry Jekyll, fascinated by the dichotomy of good and evil, no longer wants to inhibit his dark side. He concocts a potion to create the alter ego of Mr. Edward Hyde. With the burden of evil place...

      Shocking his stodgy colleagues at the exclusive Reform Club, enigmatic Englishman Phileas Fogg wagers his fortune, undertaking an extraordinary and daring enterprise to circumnavigate the globe in eig...

     A scientist builds a machine with the capabilities to take him traveling into the future or back in time.

While there are plenty of new books coming out every day, reading a time tested classic book can bring a new perspective. So make sure to check out these books as well as the other books we have in our Classics section.

Monday, January 25, 2021

In Memory of Sharon Haskins

In Memory of Sharon Haskins
A memorial donation has been made to the Jennie Woodworth Library in memory of Sharon Lee Haskins.

With this donation, we have ordered new items for the Adult Fiction section. These items will be in both our books and CD-Books sections. We will also be adding her name to our Friends of the Library Plaque.

The following books are in Ms. Haskins' name:

The following CD-Books are also in Ms. Haskins' name:

We appreciate the Tennant Family for allowing The Jennie Woodworth to be a part of their memorial of Mrs. Sharon Haskins.

Friday, January 22, 2021

In Memory of Nancy Krantz Wren

In Memory of Nancy Krantz Wren
A memorial donation has been made to the Jennie Woodworth Library in the memory of Nancy Krantz Wren.

With this donation, as requested, we have ordered new books for our Children's Room that are in the Early Readers section and Resource books in the Juvenile Non-Fiction sections. These books will go nicely in the kindergarten to third grade reading levels. 

The following books are being added to our collection in Mrs. Wren's name:

We appreciate the Tennant Family for allowing The Jennie Woodworth to be a part of their memorial of Mrs. Nancy Krantz Wren.

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Jennie's Christmas Mercantile Announcement

 I know this is an announcement that many have been waiting for.

2020 is the year, huh?

I was really hoping that we would be able to pull this off. I know how important the vendor fairs are for the vendors as well as shoppers. Over the last couple of years, the Christmas Mercantile has also become our biggest fundraiser for the library.

Unfortunately, we will not be doing the Christmas Mercantile this year. This decision is not an easy one. We, the Jennie Woodworth Library, believe that keeping the community healthy is of the most importance. Having a large crowd in a closed-in
space is risky when it comes to any illness. This is especially true with an illness like COVID-19 which is still being researched and studied on how best to treat it.

We encourage our vendors to post their contact information so that the community can still support them. Our small businesses are hurting this year. Support them as you are able.

JWL will be planning fundraisers to help support our programs here at our community founded and supported library.

Remember that you can support JWL any time of the year and we appreciate that.

As far as having the mercantile in the future? We will.

Monday, September 21, 2020

Thank you Mr. J!

The DVD and CD-Book section has needed a little bit of attention for a while. We found that our DVDs were getting a little on the crowded side. Barring depleting our selection, the ideal situation would be to replace or expand our shelving. We aren't really in a place to buy new shelving units.

Mr. J and Brenda installing shelvesThis is where Mr. J comes in. The existing bookcases that the DVDs and CD-Books are in were measured and it was determined that we could easily add 4 shelves to the existing units to allow room for growth.

Mr. J enlisted our help and installed 4 new shelves to the DVD and CD-Books bookcases. This gives us much room to add to the collection.

We want to make sure that Mr. J as well as all of our volunteers and supporters know that we appreciate them immensely. If it weren't for community members like you, our library would not be what it is today.

Our library was founded on the community's desire of having the resource and services available to our town. We have grown immensely and want to continue doing so.

And, YES, we are accepting donations of DVDs and CD-Books.

DVD shelves     DVD and CD-Book Shelves

Thursday, September 17, 2020

TriStar Reads and the Jennie Woodworth Library

 White Bluff readers are awesome!

This summer while our programs were canceled to limit exposure to C19, TriStar Reads offered its FREE online Summer Reading Program.

The Jennie Woodworth Library participated in this program to encourage reading. Students had the opportunity to record their hours in reading for the chance at a prize from Tennesseans for Student Success. The program was available for students K-12 and each bracket (k-5, 6-8, and 9-12) a prize for the student that reads the most.

Students and/or their parents signup and logged their hours May 1 through September 7, 2020. (We will be participating again in 2021.)

In addition, teams were able to be formed and at the end of the summer, those teams were awarded a monetary donation based on their readers. The team for the Jennie Woodworth Library is JWL

We are excited to share that the Jennie Woodworth Library received a donation of $230. We will be using that money to further supplement our juvenile nonfiction books.

This donation would not have happened if it were not for our patrons. Thank you, thank you VERY much!

TriStar Reads will have the Summer Reading Program in 2021 as well and you can signup at make sure to use JWL as your team name so you can support your community library! Go ahead and signup now so that you can receive information via email. The program begins May 1, 2021.

We also would like to send our heartfelt appreciation to Mayor Linda Hayes. Linda is an amazing advocate of literacy for all ages. She has always supported the growth and reach of our library.

Monday, March 9, 2020

Showed the Love - February 2020

February Events
February 12th Spot's Pots Pottery came out with a story and craft. It was a cold and rainy day but that did not stop approximately 30 to be in attendance. Many thanks to Ms. Kara for coming out and sharing a story and then having a pottery craft for all to do. Remember that if you were at the storytime and painted your pottery it is available for pickup at Spot's Pots in Dickson on Main St.

Future Events
March 18th at 10:30 am Children’s Story Time hosted by Ms. Liz. Check it out at our event page.

March is Women's History Month. Stop by and grab a book about a woman that has made a difference.

The voting for our adult coloring contest has started. You can vote for the favorite until March 13th. Winner will be announced March 14th. One vote per patron per day. We have prizes from Cuttin' Up Hair Salon, SOS Massage, and White Bluff Car Care. Make sure to check the event page for more information.

Also, our quarterly book sale will begin March 15th. Make sure to check it out. You NEVER know what you will find! There are many books and DVDs that we will be putting out.

We would love to host more story times and other activities. We just need volunteers to get it done. Would you be interested in helping?

February New Patrons
In the month of February, we added another 23 more friends. Welcome! We are so very glad to have you here.

February Circulation
  • 256 books were checked out
  • 97 DVDs were checked out
  • 8 CD-Books were checked out
  • The computers were used 85 times.

February New Resources
We were able to add 81 items
  • 47 books, 6 were brand new
  • 5 CD-Books
  • 29 DVDs

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Kicking 2020 off with a bang!

January has kicked 2020 off to a great start!

January Events
January 15th, Ms. Jennifer did our story time and we read The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. After the story we had a craft that the children enjoyed with Peter on a snowy day.

January Fundraiser Status
Our fundraiser completed last month and as I am typing up today’s post, Tennsco is installing the first set of our shelves. It is so very exciting. This will allow us to shift the books and have more space for growth.

Future Events
February 12th at 10:30 am Children’s Story Time hosted by Ms. Kara and Spots Pots Pottery. Check it out at our event page.

February is Black History Month and Library Lovers Month. Come on in and see what we have going on.

Starting February 10th will we start our adult coloring contest. We have prizes from Cuttin' Up Hair Salon, SOS Massage, and White Bluff Car Care. Make sure to check the event page for more information as we get closer.

We would love to host more story times and other activities. We just need volunteers to get it done. Would you be interested in helping?

January New Patrons
In the month of January, we added another 27 more friends. Welcome! We are glad to have you here.

December Circulation
  • 208 books were checked out
  • 77 DVDs were checked out
  • The computers were used 74 times.

December New Resources
We were able to add
World Book Online

Friday, January 17, 2020

We DID it!

We want to thank you, our community. Thank you for supporting your library. We would not be here if it were not for you and your support.

We have had a successful fundraiser for our two shelving sections. The second set has now been ordered.

The first set of shelves will be installed in February. These shelves will allow us to shift the books around some and will define our sections more, along with providing room for growth. In addition, we will move our classics section so that it is easier to access. This is so VERY exciting.

The second set of shelves that have just been recently ordered will define our reference and local history section. It will also provide a workstation for patrons to access these materials better.

We love seeing our library grow and we love seeing our patrons use our library. Thank you. We are here for you!

Friday, January 3, 2020

December has already washed away

We had an amazing December this year.

December Events
December 12th, we had Santa and Mrs. Claus come and visit with the children for story time and pictures. IT was a grand old time and we were able to enjoy the hustle and bustle of almost 50 children!

December 14th was our Jennie’s Christmas Mercantile. We had a good amount of people come through and were able to do lots of Christmas shopping. We are already planning on next year’s event. We would love any feedback from those that were vendors and those that shopped the sale.

December Fundraiser Status
This month we did it! We started raising funds in October for two sets of shelves. We were able to order the first set in November. The order for the second set will be going in next week! This is very exciting for the library. While the first set of shelves will be in our fiction section, the second set will be with our genealogy and local history section and include a workstation.

Future Events
January 15th at 10:30 am Children’s Story Time hosted by Ms. Jennifer

We would love to host more story times and other activities. We just need volunteers to get it done. Would you be interested in helping?

December New Patrons
In the month of December, we added another 23 more friends. Welcome! We are glad to have you here.

December Circulation
206 books were checked out
47 DVDs were checked out
2 CD-books were checked out
The computers were used 59 times. This is really good considering it is the month of December and our patrons were traveling, not to mention the weather.

We do anticipate some growth in January while we are picking up some of the normal traffic that goes to the Dickson County Public Library. We are so excited they are getting their new building! It is much anticipated.

December New Resources
We were able to add 50 more resources to our collection this past month. 18 were new and we added several CD-books. Thank you for making this possible.

Sunday, December 1, 2019

November was fast!

Seems like just yesterday I was typing up the monthly weblog for October, but here we are.

November had a lot going on with Veteran's Day and Thanksgiving along with the NaNoWriMo.

November Events
               For NaNoWriMo we had 2 writers take on the challenge. And it was a challenge. Both writers learned a lot about themselves and how research when writing can determine how well the story is developed.

               This was a month long event with special days to get together. It was enjoyable. Next year we hope to have many more involved. (Stayed tuned for a Facebook poll at the beginning of the year.)

               We had a Thanksgiving themed Story time this past month as well. Our director enjoyed reading to the children and then making turkeys.

November Fundraiser Status
               At the beginning of the month we met the $500 match and were able to order the first phase of our new shelves. WE CAN NOT WAIT!

               We have an immeasurable amount of gratitude to those that have already donated and contributed. Thank you!

               We currently have $505 towards phase 2. Just need $495 more to get the second set of shelves ordered. It would be awesome to reach our goal before the end of December.

               We are hoping the first set will be here before Christmas. It is SO very exciting. (Just think, more room for more books!)

Future Events
               December 12th from 4-6 we will have craft and then StoryTime with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Our favorite jolly couple will be here at 5. We do request a $10 donation per family.

               December 14th from 10-4 is our Jennie's Christmas Mercantile. Several vendors will be here with MANY different gift items Please make sure to come and support them.

               In January we will be having a Story Time hosted by Ms. Jennifer. Look out for more information concerning that.

               (Would you be interested in hosting a story time for our kids? They really love it. It would involve reading and a small craft. Let us know!)

November New Patrons
               We made new friends in November! 23 new friends to be exact. 13 adult friends and 10 juvenile friends. We are glad to enlarge our library community.

November Circulation
               213 books were checked out! Way to go guys.
               47 DVDs were checked out. Do I hear movie night? We have a LOT of movies to choose from.
               6 CD-Books were checked out. These are awesome for our commuters.

               70 Computers were used. So very glad that our community can come and use the computers and access the Internet for free (just need a library card). We have seen our patrons apply for jobs, look for places to rent, work on schoolwork, and a lot more.

               Unfortunately, since January 1, 2019 we have 44 items overdue. Please make sure to return your items so others can use them.

November New Resources
               We added 51 new resources to our collection in November. 18 were purchased new the rest were donated. Thank you!

Monday, November 25, 2019

Thank you! Don't Stop

At the end of September, we shared the post - We are growing, and you can help.

The gist of the post is that our library is growing and we need to add shelves in our fiction and our genealogy/local history areas.
Current display area where shelves
will be added in

So an awesome update!

The Friends of White Bluff offered a matching grant if we raised $500 towards are goal. On November 8th we reached $500 making our total $1000. We notified Tennsco and ordered phase one of our shelving.

We are looking forward to getting the new shelves and filling them.

Phase one of the shelving will add shelves in the fiction area. Currently it is where we have had a table with displays on it or our used book sale. (Never fear, our displays/book-sales are just relocating to other areas that are better suited for them.)
Non-fiction shelves

The shelves we will be installing match what we have used with our paperback books and our nonfiction books. These shelves will allow much needed space for our existing collection and continue to allow us to grow.

As you are able to see in the pictures, the metal shelves are tall and provide a lot of shelving space. This is great to add to our fiction section as we grow and have room.

We aren't finished, though.

We still are eager to get the shelves in the genealogy and local history section completed with a workstation. We are still working toward getting another $1000.

We have recently had people stop by looking into the history of the county and while they were able to take the reference materials to our sitting area, they would have loved it if the workstation was already in place.

How can you help?
Paperback shelves and Fiction

You can donate at The Jennie Woodworth Library in person. (We can take cash or check.)

You can participate in our fundraisers. The Jennie's Christmas Mercantile is December 14th 10-4 here at the Bibb-White Bluff Civic Center. Our story time on December 12th with Mr. & Mrs. Claus is also a fundraiser. ($10 donation per family suggested)

You can spread the word!

The Jennie Woodworth Library is supported by our patrons and community partners. We could not do what we do without you as a rural library. We appreciate everyone that contributes to our library and the programs that we are able to provide to the community.

Friday, November 1, 2019

Goodbye October! Hello November.

Image may contain: people sitting, table and indoorWe had a fun October!

There were several new additions to our library. Including 2 new volunteers! If you are here when Melba or Wade are, please give them a great big welcome! (We really love our volunteers! They are what keeps us going.)

The Johnson Family also had a work day and moved things around in the library to make a seating area for our patrons to be able to sit and enjoy the ambiance of our library. We also have tables and chairs that can be used for work or study.

October Events –
Story time for the Not So Scary Costume PartyWe had a Not So Scary Costume Party where several came out and were wearing their costumes. We appreciate Stephanie Crowder and Molly Hawkins doing the story time and craft. We had 37 in attendance.

October Fundraiser Status -
We are also doing a fundraiser so that we can add more shelves. Our overall goal is $2000. Currently, The Friends of White Bluff has committed $500 towards our goal as long as we get $500 raised on our own. As of this posting, we are at $460. Just need $40 more to get the match.

The great news here? Once we have $1000 we can proceed with phase one of the shelving.

Jennie's Christmas Mercantile December 14Future Events - 
In December we are having the Jennie's Christmas Mercantile December 14th from 10-4. We have openings for vendors and all the information is on the Facebook Event, Jennie's Christmas Mercantile

October New Patrons –
               We welcomed 26 new patrons. 8 Juvenile and 18 Adult. It is so wonderful to have new patrons of our library. We want everybody to know we are here and are a valuable resource to the community.        

October Circulation –
               319 books were checked out! Way to go guys.

               57 DVDs were checked out. Do I hear movie night? We have a LOT of movies to choose from.

               13 CD-Books were checked out. These are awesome for our commuters.

               71 Computers were used. So very glad that our community can come and use the computers and access the Internet for free (just need a library card). We have seen our patrons apply for jobs, look for places to rent, work on schoolwork, and a lot more.

               Unfortunately, since January 1, 2019 we have 48 items overdue. Please make sure to return your items so others can use them.

October New Resources –
               We have 62 new/new to us items added into our inventory.  48 Books, 7 DVDs, and 7 CD-Books. This is made possible by our community supporting our library. Of these additions, only 14 were purchased brand new. We appreciate the donations from our community.

               We accepted gently used materials that are in good condition. Currently we would really like to add to our CD-Book collection. There are many commuters in the area that enjoy listening to books while driving.

November Events -
November Event Calendar at Jennie Woodworth Library
Make sure to check out our events this month. We are proudly a Come Write In location for and will be having a couple events associated with it. We also have a story time coming up too.

We will see YOU at the library.

Saturday, August 17, 2019

Book Sale Reminder

We do have a book sale currently going on in our library. Make sure to stop by the Jennie Woodworth Library to see what is available. The books do change often. The current book sale will end in September or when all the books are sold.

 We have many children's books that are available for sale. Make sure to look through them for your young reader.

Preschools and homeschoolers alike may even find some books here that they can put to use.

Hardback books are $.50, paperback books are $.25 and thin paperbacks are $.10

There are lots of early reader books ready to go! These books are located on the table as you are walking into the library from the Bibb-White Bluff Civic Center Lobby.

Venture further in to our library and you will see just past the circulation desk, an assortment of hardback books that have been weeded out of the system. These books are still in good condition and a steal at only $1 each.

Next to the hardback books are DVDs that we weeded out from our collection that were duplicates. This is to your advantage once again at only $1 a piece.

At this time we are able to accept cash or check for payment.