Archive for August, 2016


Have you heard the call to catch ‘em all? Do you like to read great books in the downtime between capturing gyms and hatching eggs? Then our Pokémon Go display is a perfect for you! Located in our Young Adult section, each team’s station features books handpicked to fit the intuitive senses of Team Instinct, the cool intellect of Team Mystic, and the passionate drive of Team Valor. And if you disagree with our selections, feel free to move the books to whichever team you feel they fit best; we’d like our display to be constantly evolving! You don’t need Poké Balls to capture these terrific reads!


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Well, not exactly the world’s largest but we do have a nice display for a library this size!.  Come by and check out some books to prepare for the Lego fun on September 26 from 6:00-7:30 with Miss Tracey’s Lego Club!

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We promise you’ll have fun at the Lego Club on September 26 from 6:00-7:30. (Miss Tracey won’t really wear the pointy hat!)

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Be sure to come to the first meeting of Miss Tracey’s Lego Club on September 26 from 6:00-7:30!  You’ll have a lot of fun and build new friendships with Lego Friends like these!


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Labor Day Holiday Schedule!


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Library Card Sign Up Month!

Saltville Library Free Book Give-away!

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September is Library Card Sign-up Month! To celebrate this, the Saltville Library is giving away FREE books to children!!  Here is how you get a free book:

Come by the library during the hours we are open* and…

  1. Sign up for a new library card (age 6 and older) and check out a book or…
  2. Use your existing library card and check out a book or…
  3. If you are under six, get a “starter library card”** and check out a book.


*Hours of operation

Mon. 11- 6, Tues. 11-6, Wed. Closed, Thurs 11-7, Friday Closed, Sat 11-4, Sun Closed

**Children with a starter library card can only check out books with a valid SBRL library card.


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Have you visited the Graphic Novel collection in the Young Adult area downstairs?  If not you’ve missed out on a great selection of books featuring characters from movies, television shows, and comic books both old and new.  You’ll find super heroes, fantasy, science fiction, manga, and comedy.  There is something for every age in the collection.

Today’s pick is The World According to Wonder Woman. This book aimed at younger readers does a fine job  in presenting a guide to the heroine and her friends, foes, background, and mission.  It is a guide to the current version of the character so fans of the classic version may be surprised by some of the changes that have been made to her origin and her world.

It is just one of the many great books available to patrons of all ages thanks to Miss Tracey’s discerning selections!


SBRL’s Wonder Woman: Miss Tracey!


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