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Books Worth a Look is a blog created, managed and updated by Lincoln Library staff. Visit the blog today and find reviews of books enjoyed by various staff members. Browse the reviews by category to find your next great read, or feel free to leave a comment on a review.

Click here to read one of the many reviews available.


Yeah, we've got an app for that!
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BookMyne is an iPhone/Android app that enables you to search the Lincoln Library catalog. You can manage your account on the go with your library card number and pin. BookMyne allows you to renew items, place holds on items and see what you have checked out. Visit the BookMyne page to learn more.

Available from iTunes and Google Play app stores.

Come into the library and browse the shelves or search the catalog to find our latest additions.
Below are some of the titles added this month.


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Summer Bulletin

The Summer edition of the Lincoln Library Bulletin is now available. It can be found on the News page.

Inside you will discover a wide varitey of summertime fun including . . .

- Summer Reading Program
- Friends' Book Sale
- Dr. Andrew Lam, Author Visit
- Author & Writers Forum
- Magician Richard Landry
- DePriest Puppets
- Storyteller Mike Anderson


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The library takes donations of good, used books year-round. When making donations please keep in mind the library can only accept items in good condition -- clean, dry, mold-free, untorn. For a complete list of acceptable and unacceptable donations, click below.

If you have fewer than 3 bags/boxes to donate, you can drop them in the bin in the lobby. Please do not leave items outside the bin or in the book returns. If you have a large number of donations, call 753-4900, x5602, or email LLbooksaledonations@gmail.com, to arrange a drop-off time.

book groups
Click here to go to the book groups

Contemporary Fiction Book Group
meets in the DeFrates Reading Room at 6 p.m. The summer schedule is . . .

July 22:
Kitchen House, by Kathleen Grissom

August 26:
Dry Bones in the Valley,
by Tom Bouman

Classics Book Group is on summer hiatus and scheduled to resume meeting in October.