Wondering what to read next? You tell us what you love. We pick your next read. Fill out the form below, and a library staff member will hand-select three to five books catered to your interests. We’ll get them ready for you and prepare a bundle bag. Library staff will notify you when your items are available on our reserve … [Read More]
Happy YA Friday! It's already December and 2022 is getting closer by the day! Today we're celebrating some of the YA (and middle grade) books that have won awards this past year. What were your 2021 YA favs?
Happy #YAFriday! Are you a fan of the Netflix comedy-drama On my Block? Well then we've got books for you! From neighborhood stories, to coming-of-age novels, to characters that are smart and savvy with a side of magical realism these books will help us pass the time while we wait for the Freeridge spin-off. [Read More]
Happy Friday! Is your family dressing up this year? We’d love to see your costumes! Trick-or-treat at the library anytime Friday or Saturday. We’ll have candy available at the front circulation desk. (Photos from our costume making workshop with ArtHaus)
It’s YA Friday and today we’re highlighting our OCTOBER VIBES display. Whether you like truly scary stories or just stories with magic, ghosts, wit, and whimsy we’ve got a book to match your needs.
Decorah Public Library staff are hosting five book discussions in November. The groups are open to the public and newcomers are encouraged to attend. Anyone interested should call the library at 382-3717 to learn more or to reserve a book. Zoom links are available on the Library’s Calendar of Events page or you can email … [Read More]
It's YA Friday and today we're highlighting cosplay and costuming. We love creativity and fandom and are excited to help you find the resources you need for creating the costume of your dreams! Don't see what you're looking for? Just ask! We're always excited to continue building our nonfiction collection of books for makers, creatives, … [Read More]
Today Canadians observe Orange Shirt Day-- also known as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. It was created as an observance in 2013 and is designed to educate people a about the Indian residential school system and the impact it has had on Indigenous communities for over a century. Interested in learning more about … [Read More]
It's #YAFriday and we love NONFICTION. This week we're highlighting some new additions to our nonfiction section. Whether you want to learn about robots, art, football, or friendship we've got books for you.
Do you need a new hobby? Here are 8 books to help you get your hands busy! Here's the list in the library's catalog - https://decorah.biblionix.com/?booklist=27299 The Wild Dyer - Abigail Booth Fabrics colored with natural dyes have a beauty and subtlety all of their own. Onion and avocado skins, chamomile and birch bark, … [Read More]