Hours: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 9:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Thursday & Friday 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Services: Books ~ Audios ~ DVDs ~ Magazines ~ Newspapers ~
Interlibrary Loans ~ Genealogy Section ~ Computers ~ Internet Access ~ Copier ~ Faxes ~ Meeting Room ~ Summer Reading Program ~ Children’s Program ~ Adult’s Program ~ Friends of the Library Bookstore ~ WiFi
New Books at the Library on June 1, 2020 are: “I Love My Teacher” by Giles Andreae, “Comeback Careers” by Mika Bzezinski, “Mrs. Lincoln’s Sisters” by Jennifer Chiaverini, “The Last Flight” by Julie Clark, “A Teacher is the Greatest Gift” by E.B. Cobbler, “Beginner’s Step-by-step Coding Course” by Dorling Kindersley, Inc., “The Lies That Bind” by Emily Giffin, “Nothing Can Hurt You” by Nicola Maye Goldberg, “What Next?” by Elana Lyn Gross, “This is How I Lied” by Heather Gudenkauf, “Always the Last to Know” by Kristan Higgins, “28 Summers” by Elin Hilderbrand, “Credible Threat” by J.A. Jance, “The Family Upstairs” by Lisa Jewell, “The Persuasion” by Iris Johansen, “Riviera Gold” by Laurie R. King, “Sex and Vanity” by Kevin Kwan, “Spy, Spy Again” by Mercedes Lackey, “The Poets & Writers Complete Guide to Being a Writer” by Kevin Larimer, “Froggy for President!” by Jonathan London, “Tom Clancy Firing Point” by Mike Maden, “Hush” by James Patterson, “The Summer House” by James Patterson, “The Way of Love” by Tracie Peterson, “Dance Away With Me” by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, “How to be a Coder” by Kiki Prottsman, “Daddy’s Girls” by Danielle Steel, “Murder on Pleasant Avenue” by Victoria Thompson, “Near Dark” by Brad Thor, “Countdown 1945” by Chris Wallace. Come in and visit the library for more new books to enjoy.
New books for May 1, 2020 at our Library are:
“Hello Summer” by Mary Kay Andrews, “Eagle Station” by Dale Brown, “Furmidable Foes” by Rita Mae Brown, “Sunrise on Half Moon Bay” by Robyn Carr, “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” by Suzanne Collins, “Fair Warning” by Michael Connelly, “Wrath of Poseidon” by Clive Cussler, “The Goodbye Man” by Jeffery Deaver, “A Week at the Shore” by Barbara Delinsky, “Seeing Darkness” by Heather Graham, “Last Girl Standing” by Lisa Jackson, “If it Bleeds” by Stephen King, “The Friendship List” by Susan Mallery, “Dead Land” by Sara Paretsky, “The 20th Victim” by James Patterson, “Hideaway” by Nora Roberts, “To Wake the Giant” by Jeff Shaara, “Hid from Our Eyes” by Julia Spencer-Fleming, “The Wedding Dress” by Danielle Steel, “The Last Trial” by Scott Turow, “Big Summer” by Jennifer Weiner, “Have You Seen Me?” by Kate White, “Bombshell” by Stuart Woods. Come in and check out a good book! Hours are 9:30 – 6:30 Monday – Wednesday; 9:30 – 5:30 Thursday and Friday; 9:00 – 12:00 Saturday.
The Library Board Members of W.A. Rankin Memorial Library are:
Hannah Wright – President
Janie Steele – Vice President
Carolyn Smalley – Treasurer
Diana Cunningham – Secretary
Free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support, organizations, and available care options that are in every city in Kansas that can help senior citizens stay connected with their community. You can read more about our work here:
If you are in need of information concerning an obituary, please call 1-620-325-3275.
Here at W.A. Rankin Memorial Library we will try to answer your question!
We have access to records of the obituaries on microfilm for Neodesha and Altoona, Kansas in Wilson County.
Any information that we can find will be sent to you.
A small fee will be charged if we find something that will be of help to you.
The library does not encourage anyone to get out if the weather is bad to return library materials. Call 325-3275 before coming to the library in inclement weather.
Free down loadable E-books. Visit the W.A. Rankin Memorial Library for information on obtaining a Kansas State Library card. Then use the website www.kslc.org.
The Library’s website is www.neodesha.k12.ks.us
This has the library’s catalog.
Use this website to look up books you would like to read today.
More than just a place to research a term paper or check out the latest novel!
The Rankin Memorial Library also offers magazines, dvds, compact discs, internet access and genealogy research and activities including puzzles for adults and children.