Starting February l, 2006 our new hours will be:
Monday 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Wednesday 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Our address is 231 Macready Avenue in the module units behind Greetree Health Science Academy (the old elementary school).
Monroe Lending Library has thousands of great books. Below are listed a few interesting titles from our non-fiction section.
ESTHER: a woman of strength and dignity by Charles R. Swindoll
The biblical heroine, Esther is depicted as a strong godly woman. For many her story seems to be out of place in the Bible with no mention of the name of God, no reference to worship or faith; no mention of heaven or hell; no prediction of the Messiah--in short there is nothing religious about it, at least on the surface. Her story may seem strange and puzzling. But those who look beneath the surface will find treasures they never suspected.
15 MINUTES ALONE WITH GOD FOR MEN by Bob Barnes
Each day's devotion brings with it opportunities to apply what you learn in just minutes and make it last a lifetime.
100 BOOKS FOR GIRLS TO GROW ON by Shireen Dodson
Lively descriptions of the most inspiring books for girls. Each brief summary lists the reading time and the themes. A great way to choose good books for your daughters.
100 ONE -NIGHT READS by David C. Major and John S. Major
This books gives the reader the opportunity to read summaries that will give enough of a sense of each book to provide you with a good overall concept of the book.
NIGHT by Elie Weisel
A powerful memoir of Weisel's terrifying account of the horror in a Nazi death camp where he witnessed the death of his family. NIGHT is an Oprah Winfrey book pick. She is offering a college scholarship to a high school student entering an essay contest relating to this book. Check Oprah's Web site for more information on entering the contest.
Come by and see what other interesting books we have.