Latimer, Iowa Little Free Library

Here is a list of some of the current books circulating through the Latimer, Iowa Little Free Library.  The Library is open for everyone - babies to seniors, and is open 365 days a year, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.  Be sure to stop by in Downtown Latimer on Akir Street to "take a book, leave a book":

Children, Early Readers:
100 Paper Planes to Fold & Fly, Andy Tudor - All ages
Alphabet Book (Farmyard Tales Book Series), Heather Amery - Children ages 3 and up
Arthur Tricks The Tooth Fairy, Marc Brown - Children ages 6-8
A Baseball Story, Richard Torrey - Children ages 4-8
Batman: Meet the Super Heros (I Can Read Book), Michael Teitelbaum - Children ages 4-8
The Berenstain Bears and Too Much TV, Stan & Jan Berenstain - Children ages 3-7
Billie B Brown - The Birthday Mix-up, Sally Rippin - Children ages 4-7
The Cat in the Hat, Dr. Seuss - Children ages 3-7
Cow Takes a Bow, Russell Punter - Children ages 4 and up
Digby Takes Charge, Caroline Jayne Church (en espanol and english) - Children ages 3 and up
Dino Pets Go to School, Lynn Plourde - Children ages 3-5
Duck Soup, Jackie Urbanovic - Children ages 4-8
Hey Jack! The Worst Sleepover, Sally Rippin - Children ages 4-7
How to Eat Fried Worms, Thomas Rockwell - Children ages 6-9
Johnathan James and the Whatif Monster, Michelle Nelson-Schmidt - Children ages 3-7
Muddy Paws' New Friends, Steve Smallman - All ages
The Story of Black Beauty, based on the story by Anna Swell - Children ages 5 and up
That's Not My Prince, Fiona Watt - Children ages 9 months and up
Thomas Goes Fishing (Thomas and Friends) (Step into Reading), based on The Railway Series by Rev. W. Awdry, Children ages 4-6
Who Cracked the Liberty Bell? And Other Questions about the American Revolution, Peter and Connie Roop, Children ages 5-8

Grade Level, Chapter Books
100 Science Experiments, Georgina Andrews and Kate Knighton - Children ages 9 and up
Almost Identical Two-Faced, Lin Oliver - Children ages 8-12
Babe, Dick King-Smith - Children ages 8-12
Conspiracy 365 - April, Gabrielle Lord - Children ages 10-15
Conspiracy 365 - February, Gabrielle Lord - Children ages 10-15
Conspiracy 365 - January, Gabrielle Lord - Children ages 10-15
Conspiracy 365 - March, Gabrielle Lord - Children ages 10-15
The Day it Snowed Tortillas, Joe Haynes (en espanol and english) - Children ages 10-12
Devolver al Remitente, Julia Alvarez (en espanol) - Children ages 8-12
Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Jeff Kinney, Children ages 7-13
Harriet's Hare, Dick King-Smith - Children ages 9-12
Hatchet, Gary Paulsen - Children ages 10-12
La telarana de Carlota, E.B. White (en espanol) - Children ages 8-12
Marley: A Dog Like No Other, John Grogan - Children ages 8-12
A Pony for Keeps (Pony Pals), Jeanne Betancourt - Children ages 7-10
Runaway Pony (Sandy Lane Stables), Susannah Leigh - Children ages 9 and up
Special Forces, Henry Brook - Children ages 8 and up
Yo, Naomi Leon, Pam Munoz Ryan (en espanol) - Children ages 8-12

Adult:
The Accidental Billionaires - The Founding of Facebook, Ben Mezrich
Chasing Harry Winston, Lauren Weisberger
The Fault in Our Stars, John Green
The Help, Kathryn Stockett
A Painted House, John Grisham
Something Borrowed, Emily Giffin
The Summons, John Grisham
With or Without You, Domenica Ruta

3 comments:

  1. Thanks! Will be back to share!

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  2. The Accidental Billionaires is one of my favorites, if you like that one you HAVE to read Ugly Americans. Love Ben Mezrich

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    1. I'll have to see if I can get that for the Little Free Library!

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