Please enjoy our first attempt at better connecting you with your library materials. This tutorial on placing a hold is by no means perfect, but it should get the job done!
If you have any questions on how to place a hold after viewing this, please give us a call or drop us an email.
We will continue to provide content in the upcoming weeks on a variety of topics such as accessing our digital platforms and other library related things.
For your sake, I hope we get this videography down a bit better and the quality of our content improves. If not, just remember, we may be amateur movie makers, but we’re professionals at recommending books!
safe and happy reading~ jody
P.S. The tissue was used to mop up coffee, not my nose. That said, I did wash my hands.
By now, many of us have received 2020 Census information in the mail. Meinders Community Library is a registered Questionnaire Assistance Center. We’re here to answer any 2020 Census questions you may have and help you navigate the online census questionnaire.
It’s time for another large scale escape room! Join us for Showdown at the Calumet Inn on Saturday March 14th at 6:30pm. Appetizers will be provided and drinks and other food will be available for purchase. Pre-registration required. Ages 21+
To sign up your team or for more information, stop by Meinders Community Library or call us at 507-825-6714.
The Pipestone robotics team #3298 will be live-streamed from Grand Forks Friday and Saturday at the library. Today’s match times are listed below:
Match 10 @ 10:26am Won
Match 19 @ 11:37am Won
Match 29 @ 1:32pm Won
Match 40 @ 2:58pm
Match 49 @ 4:08pm
Match 55 @ 4:55pm
Match 62 @ 5:50pm
Match 71 @ 10:00am
Match 89 @ 12:06pm
Stop in to support the Arrow Bots as they meet this year’s challenges and compete against other techies from across the nation. If you can’t join us at Meinders Community Library, follow the link and watch them from work or from home!
Starting this Thursday, February 27th, Meinders Community Library will offer an evening storytime at 6:30pm on Thursdays. We will read books, sing songs, and do other fun activities to strengthen early literacy skills. Here are some new books for young readers, from toddlers to teens.
I Am Perfectly Designed by Karamo Brown & Jason “Rachel” Brown, illustrated by Anoosha Syed
My Mighty Journey: a Waterfall’s Story by John Coy, illustrated by Gaylord Schanilec
When Sadness Is at Your Door by Eva Eland
Bruce’s Big Storm by Ryan T. Higgins
A Big Bed for Little Snow by Grace Lin
Fry Bread: a Native American Family Story by Kevin Noble Maillard, illustrated by Juana Martinez-Neal
Hey, Water! by Antoinette Portis
What’s Cooking at 10 Garden Street? by Felicita Sala
Why? by Laura Vaccaro Seeger
Who Wet My Pants? by Bob Shea, illustrated by Zachariah O’Hora
Who Is the Mystery Reader? by Mo Willems
Middle Grade Fiction
Maybe He Just Likes You by Barbara Dee
Allies by Allen Gratz
Best Friends by Shannon Hale
Major Impossible by Nathan Hale
Notorious by Gordon Korman
Thief Knots by Kate Milford
Dear Sweet Pea by Julie Murphy
Dog Man: Fetch-22 by Dav Pilkey
Bouncing Back by Scott Ostler
Race to the Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse
Young Adult Fiction
The New David Espinoza by Fred Aceves
A Match Made in Mehendi by Nandini Bajpai
The Never Tilting World by Rin Chupeco
Shadowscent by P. M. Freestone
The Hand on the Wall by Maureen Johnson
Just Breathe by Cammie McGovern
One of Us Is Next by Karen McManus
The Fountains of Silence by Ruta Sepetys
Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen
Beetle Battles: One Scientist’s Journey of Adventure and Discovery by Doug Emlen
A Delayed Life: The True Story of the Librarian of Auschwitz by Dita Kraus
Give Us the Vote!: Over 200 Years of Fighting for the Ballot by Susan Goldman Rubin