Looking for a book? Let us help! This YA Friday we're sharing some of the newer additions to our collection.
Please support the Friends of the Decorah Public Library in March by shopping at Decorah HyVee and buying a reusable bag during the month of March.
Happy yoga Tuesday! This week we’re moving our spines with Mikah! This short video is beginner and child friendly.
Text only version available below image. Link to downloadable version of pdf below DPL-Annual-Report-2021.pd DPL Annual Report 2021 Annual Report – J a n u a r y 2 0 2 1 – LIBRARY UPDATES Staff changes: Succession planning and transition for Large Print coordinators; filled vacant Administrative Coordinator position. Building: Completed interior renovations including … [Read More]
Happy Friday! Are you looking for a new series to dig into? We’ve been adding to our collection!
Happy Valentine’s Week! This week we’re celebrating love and kindness by doing a special mediation with Mikah Jaschke. This short video is kid friendly but also great for grown-ups.
It’s supposed to warm up later this week. Don’t forget to check-out Bookwalk – Last Stop on Market Street! This Book Walk co-sponsored by Decorah Community School District, Decorah Parks and Recreation, and Decorah Public Library. A BookWalk is a fun way to read while enjoying the outdoors. This month’s story is Last Stop on Market Street by Matt … [Read More]
A Desolation Called Peace By Arkady Martine I received an ARC of A Desolation Called Peace from Macmillan-Tor/Forge in exchange for an honest review. When I finished reading A Desolation Called Peace, I thought of something Bilbo says in The Fellowship of the Ring: “I feel thin. Sort of stretched, like butter scraped … [Read More]
Today is Lunar New Year! Happy New Year to our friends and patrons who observe!
It's YA Friday and we're highlighting The Coretta Scott King Book Awards. The Coretta Scott King Book Awards are given annually to outstanding African American authors and illustrators of books for children and young adults that demonstrate an appreciation of African American culture and universal human values. The award commemorates the life and work of … [Read More]