Oh, By the Way…

What’s up at the Eisenhower?!


Have you been wondering what’s new at the library?! Check this page for updates about new books and displays, new technology, new programs and new announcements! (if you would like more information about the programs please call or visit the library!)


40th Anniversary Celebrations are underway!

(Check out the 40th Anniversary page for more details about when events will be taking place.)

Not too long ago library patrons from far and wide gathered round a long table in the lobby to create their very own button. The first of many celebratory endeavors, the button making project was a huge success, with almost everyone leaving with a smile on their face and a colorful, fun, and unique button in their pocket!

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Recent changes that you may (or may not) have noticed:

New Bulletin Boards! – A more organized way for us to present important information to our patrons. Hope this helps attain the information for the programs they wish to see. If you have any other questions or comments feel free to let us know.

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Need Homework Help?

This section has been around for as long as the library itself, but with new collections and a helpful sign, it’s easier to find and access for all those in need of assistance. It can be found just behind the Young Adult section next to the Classics. If you still have trouble follow the signs posted at the end of the columns.



 We have a great summer reading display, tons of books to give away, prizes for doing your best, and an organized section to help you find the rest!
5-8:30 PM
 It ain’t no book, but here’s the NOOK!

Each Nook is filled to the brim with fabulous young adult novels for your reading enjoyment! By checking out the Nook containing your book you will also have several others at your finger tips! To top it off it has a convenient feature that allows you to look up words you don’t understand, creating an easier reading experience. 

And lastly I’d like to note its remarkably convenient size, considering the number of books it holds, and can be all yours for an entire three weeks! 


Each YA Nook includes:

Hunger Games


The Fault in Our Stars


Little Brother

Anna & the French Kiss


Rapunzel’s Revenge

Blood & Flowers

Witch & Wizard

Why We Broke UP

Stay with Me


Across the Universe

Mexican White Boy

here  are some of our new books!

ABE 2013! ->


Aileen organized our book lists! there is a great  index to help you find just what you’re looking for!

we have comics!

litworks 2012

We hope everyone had as fantastic a time as we did. Can’t wait to see you all next year!

And remember, if you love books don’t be shy about it, so do hundreds of other kids, like the ones that joined us for Litworks this year!

The official LitWorks site is up at Ridgenet.org! Click here to find out all the details of the upcoming LitWorks Teen Read Festival. LitWorks 2012 will feature authors Ellen Hopkins, Carl Deuker, Ann Angel, Julie Halpern, Ron Koertge, and Raina Telgemeier and will take place on Saturday, March 24th, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. starting at Eisenhower Public Library.
Come join us for a fantastic day of food, fun, and books!

In addition! We now have a 2nd Litworks display!

Check it (and a book) out.:]

litworks 2010:

This is a Slideshow made from pictures taken at the LitWorks 2010 literature festival. Approximately 200 people attended the event. LitWorks will return March 19, 2011.

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