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50 Landings Drive, Suite B
Annville, PA 17003

    (717) 838-1347

Mon – Wed – 10am – 7pm
Thurs & Fri – 10am – 5pm
Sat – 9am – 3pm*
*Sat (July & Aug) – 9:30am – 12:30pm


Our Little Explorers learned about the dangers of falling asleep with chewing gum in your mouth! Miss Amy read the cautionary tale On Account of the Gum about a little girl who gets the most ridiculous things stuck in the gum stuck in her hair. They finished up story time with crayons and glue to get creative with what they think would get stuck in their hair! A special thanks to United Way of Lebanon County and The Foundation for Enhancing Communities for sponsoring our Little Explorers Early Learning Classes. ... See MoreSee Less
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Book ReviewFrom Chelsea Weibley at the LibraryChasing the Boogeyman by Richard Chizmar"It's like the guy sliced open a hole in the night," one state trooper complained off the record, "and disappeared back into it.”Have you ever read a nonfiction book and thought it read like fiction? Welcome to the exact opposite of that (sort of!). Chasing the Boogeyman by Richard Chizmar is a novel about a serial killer, but it is formatted as a true crime book. Chizmar was so successful in his formatting and writing that it took me a while to finally wrap my head around this concept and settle in for the ride. It was VERY well done! Added to the authenticity is the fact that he set the story in the town where he grew up, so the town’s history, his experiences growing up there and his family are all true.When the story opens, it is the summer of 1988 in a small town in Maryland. Richard Chizmar has graduated from college and is living with his parents for the next six months. Shortly after he moves home, a teenage girl goes missing and is then found murdered. After the second girl goes missing and is found murdered, the town knows there is a serial killer in their midst. Richard befriends a local reporter and forms a friendship of sorts with Detective Harper, so he gets some not-for-public-knowledge details about the investigation. He and his parents are also being plagued with prank calls. As the “first edition” of the “true crime” book is published in 1990, the killer has not been found. Lucky for us (wink, wink), the updated edition is published in 2019 after the killer’s identity is discovered.This book was so different from most suspense/mystery books. The true elements made it so real and while there was a feel of suspense throughout, the story was so much more than that. The small town setting in 1988 was captured perfectly. I really loved this story! I hope you do too!Check out Chasing the Boogeyman by Richard Chizmar at the Library ( ... See MoreSee Less
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It's time for Virtual Little Explorers for all our preschool friends! Here is this week's class where we read a VERY silly story about a girl who has gum stuck in her hair! Join Miss Amy in reading On Account of the Gum by Adam Rex. Then listen as Miss Amy shows you the craft for the week. Pick up the craft at the Library! Crafts are first-come, first-served with a limited quantity available. ... See MoreSee Less
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Get your masks so you're styling on Trick or Treat night!All proceeds are used to provide Library programs, services and resources! Note: These are non-medical grade fabric masks. ... See MoreSee Less
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Curbside Pickup/Return and Summer Learning Program Information

Curbside Pickup/Returns and Summer Learning Program Instructions Starting June 8th we are available for curbside pickup and returns. Curbside Service Hours: Monday 1pm – 7pm Tuesday 1pm – 7pm Wednesday 10am – 4pm Thursday 10am – 4pm Friday 10am – 4pm Saturday 10am –...

PA Forward

You may have noticed our references to PA Forward over the past months in our social media posts. Our Library has achieved Gold Star status! So... What is PA Forward? It is a campaign created by Pennsylvania Library Association to help Pennsylvanians improve essential...

2021 Periodical Sponsors

We would like to thank the following people for sponsoring our periodicals for 2021. Your support allows us to continue providing these wonderful resources for the community. Thank you! National Geographic for Kids - Craig & Pandy Cope in honor of Annika, Maddie,...

Our Generous Donors

We could not continue our vital work for the community without you!   2020 Annual Fund Drive Donors: Community Builders ($1,000 - $2,499) Michael & Julianne Battistelli Faye & Larry Earhart Mr. Andrew Keefer Daniel & Mary Agnes Mazur Mister Bobbin...

What a difference a library makes!

"I just wanted to let you know how great the [Waggin' Tales] program was yesterday!  My daughter has been a struggling reader and we have been doing a lot of different things this summer to keep her on pace. She has not stopped taking about reading to Sophie (the dog)...