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Book clubs at the Coeur d’Alene Public Library will start the New Year with new series of book discussions.
The Pageturners Library Book Club – meeting the fourth Wednesday of each month, excluding December, at 10:15 a.m. – is again participating in a Let’s Talk About It series with books provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries following a Humor and Satire theme.
Discussion leaders for the series are scholars provided by the Idaho Humanities Council. Further support is provided by the usbankcorp Foundation and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Local support is provided by the Friends of the Library.
The books, discussion dates, and scholars for this series are:
► “Green Grass, Running Water” by Thomas King, Jan. 27, scholar: Paula Coomer.
► “Message From My Father” by Calvin Trillin, Feb. 24, scholar: Nancy Casey.
► “Pudd’nhead Wilson” by Mark Twain, March 23, scholar: Barbara Meldrum.
► “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian” by Sherman Alexie, April 24, scholar Jennifer Ladino.
► “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde, May 25, scholar: Ron McFarland.
Pageturner discussions are open to any adult reader. The books can be checked out at the Research and Information Desk.
The Food for Thought Book Club meets the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m. and is offered in partnership with the Inland Northwest Food Network. Discussions are open to anyone interested in the science, cultivation, and preparation of food.
Upcoming books and discussion dates include:
► “Tasty” by John McQuaid, Jan. 6.
► “Wisdom of the Last Farmer” by David Mas Matsumoto, Feb. 3.
► “The Good Gut” by Justin and Erica Sonnenburg, March 2.
► “Cod: A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World” by Mark Kurlansky, April 6.
► “Eating Wildly: Foraging for Life, Love and the perfect Meal” by Ava Chin, May 4.
► “The Third Plate” by Dan Barber, June 1.
For more information visit www.inwfoodnetwork.org.
 
Patrons who need accommodation to participate in library programs or services are asked to contact the staff prior to the activity by calling 208-769-2315.

Need to print an airline boarding pass but your printer at home is out of toner? Are you at the library and have a document on your smart phone, laptop, or tablet that you would like to print?
No problem.
The Coeur d’Alene Public Library has recently added a new capability – wireless and remote printing services.
“This is something patrons and visitors have been asking for since we opened the new building,” commented Christopher Brannon, Information Technology Coordinator for the library. “We are very pleased to finally provide that service.”
The new capability has been funded by The Coeur d’Alene Public Library Foundation.
The service works in three ways:
► From an Internet-equipped device in the library or any remote location access the library website – cdalibrary.org – and click the SERVICES link and the link for Printing or go directly to http://www.printeron.net/cdpl/frontave. The user will then be asked to provide an e-mail address and to select the document to be printed.
► Documents can be e-mailed from any location to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for black and white or to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for color printing by adding the documents as attachments.
► From iOS or Android devices upload the PrinterOn app. Once installed, tap the QR button to scan the QR codes on the special bookmarks at the library to add its printers to your device then print as you normally would.
Printing can be picked up at the library during open hours the day it is sent. Black and white copies are 10 cents per page and color copies are 20 cents a page. The print-release station is located at the Research and Information Desk. Print jobs that are not picked up are automatically deleted from the system. Printing is limited to letter-size pages printed on one side and $10 of printing per project.

Patrons who need accommodation to participate in library programs or services are asked to contact the staff prior to the activity by calling 208-769-2315.

 

 

 

Winners of the 2015 Writers Competition at the Coeur d’Alene Public Library include: Front row, left to right, Hannah Stowe, Emma Hersey, Lucy Schenkenberger, Jessalyn Adams, Jordan Privett, Joshua Bobbit, Jeffrey Olmo, and Katerina Nixon. Second row, Toby Tabladillo, Hope Nettleton, Emberlyn Reynolds, Emma Hoit, Jessica Gates, Lilyan Jo Feeback, Kateri Klaske, Mikaela Funderberg, Elizabeth Marcinkowski, and Jackson Graham. Third row Marge Huntington, Nicole Luttman, and Rebecca Crouse. Not pictured are Makani Tran, Jenna Gardiner, Kate Toews, Bendi Schrambach, and Brenda Bergelin.

Winners in the 27th annual Writers Competition at the Coeur d’Alene Public Library received recognition Saturday, May 16, in a ceremony hosted by the Friends of the Library.
The Friends along with the Coeur d’Alene Kiwanis Club provide financial support for the cash prizes provided to the winners along with their certificates.
Winners receive $100 for first place, $50 for second place, and $25 for third place. In the case of ties duplicate prizes are awarded. In addition, all entries in the competition are included in professionally bound books added to the library’s reference collection.
Winners for 2015 and their entries included:
►Nonfiction 6-8: First, Hannah Stowe, Coeur d'Alene, “Our Dogs;” Second, Emma Hersey, Coeur d'Alene, “The Farm;”  Third, Makani Tran, Hayden, “Bolivia and the United States of America.”
Nonfiction 9-11: First (tie),  Katerina Nixon, Spokane, “Family Recipes;” First (tie), Jeffrey Olmo, Hauser, “Incredible Endurance; ” Second, Emma Hoit, Hayden, “The Story of Andy; ” Third, Joshua Bobbit, Hayden, “The Mystery of the Lost Shepherd.”
Nonfiction 12-14: First, Nicholas Olmo, Hauser, “The General Arnold;” Second, Jenna Gardiner, Post Falls, “Treaty Rock: Where Two Cultures Came Together;” Third, Toby Tabladillo, Coeur d'Alene, “Stand for God and the Eagle!”
Nonfiction 15-18: First, Kateri Klaske, Harrison, “Capsized on Kilbuck Creek;” Second    , Lilyan Jo Feeback, Libby, Mont., “Saved By the Pie; ” Third, KateToews, Coeur d'Alene, “Trapped.”
Nonfiction 19-Plus: First, Brenda Bergelin, Coeur d'Alene, “This is How You Get Run Over By a Car;” Second, Bendi Schrambach, Hayden, “The Other Woman;” Third, Marge    Huntington, Spokane Valley, “Keeping Secrets.”
Fiction 6-8: First, Jordan Privett, Coeur d'Alene, “The  Perfect Horse;” Second, Jessalynn Adams, Coeur d'Alene, “Diary of a Tomato;” Third, Lucy Schenkenberger, Rathdrum, “Making Friends with Monsters.”
Fiction 9-11: First, Emberlyn Reynolds, Coeur d'Alene, “My Life as a Leaf;” Second, Jeffrey Olmo, Hauser, “The Peril of Pearl Harbor;” Third, Hope Nettleton, Athol, “No Place Like My Own Castle.”
Fiction 12-14: First, Jessica Gates, Hayden, “Love Conquers All;” Second, Nicholas Olmo, Hauser, “Infiltration;” Third, Jessica Gates, Hayden, “The Lightning Stallion.”
Fiction 15-18: First, Jackson Graham, Hayden, “Honor Before Prejudice;” Second, Elizabeth Marcinkowski, Spokane, “One Hour;” Third, Mikaela Funderburg, Coeur d'Alene, “An Afternoon with Hitler.”
Fiction 19-Plus: First, Rebecca Crouse, Post Falls, “One Lady's Camellia;” Second (tie)    , Brenda Bergelin, Coeur d'Alene, “A Feast of Bad JuJu;” Second (tie), Nicole Luttman, Post Falls, “The Christening of Soggy Perkins:” Third, Brett McHaffie, Liberty Lake, “The Decision.”
 

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