Animals: Knowledge You Can Touch By Fleur Star
This book is donated to Laurel’s library by the Clara Swain Circle in memory of Anna Stauter. The book is in Braille and also has the written words. The book is presently on the Library table. Stop in to touch the words.
Four Winds By Kristin Hannah
This is the September Book club choice. The Library has a hard copy and an audio copy.
This Holy Mystery By Gayle Carilton Felton
Everything Belongs By Richard Rohr
Joey: How a Blind Rescue Horse Helped Others Learn to See By Jennifer Marshall Bleakley
The Exiles By Christina Baker Kline
The Divine Dance By Richard Rohr
Point of Danger By Irene Hannah
New Juvenal Books
Duke By Kirby Larson
Point Guard By Mike Lupica
Who Was Louis Braille? By Margaret Frith
Rock Harbor Search and Rescue By Colleen Coble
New Children’s Books
The Dirt Girl By Jodi Dee
For Every Child a Better World By Louise Gikow
Good Morning Grizzle Grump By Aaron Biecha
Finding Calm in Nature: A Guide for Mindful Kids By Jennifer Grant
My Brother Charlie By Kathryn Lasky
Just Me and My Dad By Mercer Mayer
Let’s Get Cookin’...
Look for the cookbooks on display in Laurel’s Library.
Amish Friends Harvest Cookbook by Wanda E. Brunstetter
Food, Faith and Fun — A Faithgirlz Cookbook
A Biblical Feast by Kitty Morse
Too Blessed to be Stressed Cookbook by Debora M. Coty
The Science Chef: 100 Fun Food Experiments and Recipes For Kids by Joan D’Amico and Karen Eich Drummond
Mediterranean Cooking by Lynne Gigliotti
The Maker’s Diet by Jordan Rubin
Natural Superfoods by Susanna Blake
101 Things to do with a Slow Cooker by Janet Eyring and Stephanie Ashcraft
Quick Start Homemade A Southern Living Book
Pillsbury Kids Cookbook — Food fun for Boys and Girls
Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals 2 — Some of Rachael Ray’s favorites!
Visit the Library at Laurel United Methodist Church on Sunday mornings and any time the church is open during the week. We are always adding new book come in and check out a great read!!
We are always adding to our collection. If there is a title you are seeking, let us know and we will help you find it. A few tips to get you started.
- The formal name, if you look above the door, is “Edna J. Sheldon and Esther I. Moore Memorial Library” more commonly called Laurel’s Library.
- Anyone can check out books from our library. If you do not currently attend Laurel United Methodist Church, all you need to do is fill out a short registration card with contact information and then find a great read to check out.
- We utilize a card and pocket system. To check out a book simply sign your name on the card and leave it in the front of the file box on the shelf in the back corner of the library.
- Please return books after 3 weeks. There is a return box by the library door.
- When the church is open, the library is open. Feel free to stop by and find a book. We have a wide selection for every age group and reading level.