The Overbrook Library now has a separate display area in the children’s room for children’s books written in other languages.
All the current selections are familiar titles (like Dr. Seuss or Curious George) in Spanish or both Spanish and English. Other languages and titles will be added to the collection in the near future.
The Overbrook Library now has a display shelf located near the front desk with nearly new or gently used “For Sale” items.
Hardback books, audiobooks, and DVD’s are $1.00 each.
Paperbacks, trade paperbacks, and all children’s materials are 50 cents each.
A few materials may be specially priced.
All proceeds from the sale of items goes to the Overbrook […]
Overbrook Library has twelve public access computers scattered about the large main floor. The Library uses the LIBKI computer management system on all its public computers.
Patrons have expressed satisfaction at being able to log-in directly at the computer station rather than signing in at the front desk. If a patron has a library account […]
The Overbrook Library now shelves materials according to the Christian Fiction or Inspirational Genre that many libraries use. Books by recognized Christian authors can also be labeled mystery, science fiction, western, historical fiction, or any other subject genre. The library staff hopes this new arrangement will make it easier for patrons to locate this kind […]
The Overbrook library now has a specialized bakeware collection that is available for checkout to library card holders. Overbrook Library Board Member Lynn Drake and Assistant Librarian Pam Johnston have worked hard to assemble, package and label an initial collection of over 80 items. A catalog of bakeware materials is available on this website and […]
With the addition of a rustic pine and tile coffee table, the Young Adult and Teen area of the library has been completed. Youth can socialize, play board games, read, study, use the gaming station, and browse new books and materials for their age group.
The Teen area furniture was paid through the general donations of […]
Jo Ellen Arnold (left) and Jessica Flory (right) from the Lyndon Extension Office presented Operation Military Kids to over 30 Children and Adults in the Overbrook Community Room. Children and youth became heros supporting our nation’s heros by writing letters and assembling care packages for service men and women.
For several months now the Overbrook Library has hosted Bunko (a social dice game) in the Community Room.Â Â Â Several dozen persons have enjoyed each other’s company and playing the game.Â Â The action takes place the third Tuesday of each month from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.
If you are interested in playing, call Jan Boggs (785665-7262 […]
The Overbrook Friends of the Library organization is collecting Best Choice product labels for its efforts to support fundraising for the Library. A large container is at the front desk at the Library for those persons wanting to make a contribution of their labels. If you have questions, contact Carol Baughman, Friends Chairperson, at 785-665-7180