|School Year Library Hours|
|Mon - Thur||10:00 - 8:00|
|Friday||10:00 - 6:00|
|Saturday||10:00 - 2:00|
Brian Noll describes himself as a carpenter, life-long learner, and local library fan.
I read to unwind and anytime I want to travel or change seasons (winter!).
With my family and English bulldogs near our pellet stove or in the sun.
Where the Red Fern Grows. Wilson Rawls. This is an adventure including my favorite elements: humans, animals and nature.
Lost Treasures of American History. W.C. Jameson. American history related through tales of lost mines, legends, and buried treasure.
Roosevelt’s Rough Riders. Virgil Carrington Jones. Genuine Americans with diverse backgrounds being fiercely successful and pre-White House Teddy Roosevelt.
Great Lakes Shipwrecks and Survivals. William Ratigan. Heroism and tragedy made unforgettable on our fresh water seas, the great lakes.
Wall of Silver. Richard Kellogg. Claustrophobia inducing tale of local (U.P.) mine and treasure hunting plus geological history.
History Decoded. Brad Metzler. Intriguing descriptions of well-known conspiracy theories and data and physical evidence toward solutions.
Iliad and the Odyssey. Homer. Poetic language completely describing the Gods’ historic fights and trials of the ancient world.