Books & Materials

Materials Added September 2017

Adult Fiction and Non-Fiction

The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O by Neal StephensonDragon Teeth by Michael CrichtonThe Address by Fiona DavisBefore the Fall by Noah HawleyScience in the Soul by Richard DawkinsIn Such Good Company by Carol BurnettThe Last Tudor by Philippa GregoryThe Breakdown by B.A. Paris

Children’s Fiction and Non-Fiction

Black Belt Bunny by Jacky DavisCreepy Pair of Underwear by Aaron ReynoldsNo More Bows by Samantha CotterillBravelands by Erin HunterMinecraft The Island by Max BrooksMe and Marvin Gardens by Amy Sarig KingThe Great Treehouse War by Lisa Graff

Young Adult Fiction and Non-Fiction

Hunted by Meagan SpoonerRamona Blue by Julie MurphyUnwind by Neal ShustermanWhat Waits in the Woods by Kieran Scott

New Movies

DVD- Star Wars Rogue OneDVD- Hidden FiguresDVD- AtonementDVD- Sliding Doors

Complete List of New Items

Visit the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) to check for the availability of other items.

Other Ways to Borrow

OverDrive- ebooks & audiobooksInterlibrary Loan Service

E-Book and Audiobook Checkout Available!

The library is now lending e-books and audiobooks online through the Missouri Libraries 2 Go website, powered by Overdrive. If you are interested in this upcoming service, please check out the help link at the top of the website to see if your device is compatible, in addition to setup instructions. Please call the library with any questions regarding this service. Additional help can be found at Additional guides available for download:

  • Kindle eReader
  • Other eReaders (non-Kindle)
    • Sony
    • Nook
    • Kobo
  • Tablets and Smartphones
    • iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
    • Android devices
    • Kindle Fire
    • Nook Tablet

Having Problems with E-Book and Audiobook Checkouts?

The initial setup can be tricky, but the library wants all its patrons to be able to enjoy this excellent service. You can either email the library at, or call 573-756-5779 for assistance, and someone will help you get everything set up as soon as possible. You can also come to the library with your e-reader or laptop for additional help.