We hope everyone is enjoying the summer and finding a cool spot to do some reading. If you have a request for a specific book, call 319-646-6858, send an email (email@example.com) or if you would …
We hope everyone is enjoying the summer and finding a cool spot to do some reading. If you have a request for a specific book, call 319-646-6858, send an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or if you would like a surprise, that can be arranged.
Wellman-Scofield Public Library is open by appointment to limit the number of contacts and to ensure patrons and staff remain safe and healthy.
We allow one person/family into the library for 30 minutes, after which we will properly clean and sanitize.
We ask that children are not left unattended as there are no toys or computers available.
If you would like to make an appointment, call 319-646-6858 to schedule a time. Curbside pickup will be continued for anyone wishing to use this service.
New adult fiction: “Derailed” by Mary Keliikoa; “The Big Finish” by Brooke Fossey; and “Dance Away With Me (Large Print)” by Susan Elizabeth Phillips.
New adult nonfiction: “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America” by Richard Rothstein.
New young adult: “Piecing Me Together” by Renae Watson.
New junior biography: “Susan B. Anthony: Campion for Voting Rights” by Mark Shulman; Schomburg: and “The Man Who Built a Library” by Carole Boston Weatherford.
New junior fiction: “Last Kids on Earth: June’s Wild Flight” by Max Brallier; “The Silver Swamp” by Katrina Charman; “Eugenia Lincoln and the Unexpected Package” by Kate DiCamillo; “Dragon Captives” by Lisa McMann; and “Paths & Portals” by Gene Luen Yang.
New easy reading: “Love, Sophia on the Moon” by Anica Rose Rissi.