Fairfield library receives gifts
The Fairfield Public Library received several memorials and gifts during February.
In memory of Linda Brinker, given by Joyce Keller, “Inspector Flytrap in the Goat Who Chewed Too Much” by Angleberger; “The Murderer’s Ape” by Wegelius; “Train I Ride” by Mosier.
In memory of Nadine Franklin, given by colleagues of Craig Franklin from Fiserv, “The Darkest Dark” by Hadfield.
In memory of Nadine Franklin, given by Roger and Carol Ann Harrington, “Hidden Figures” by Shetterly.
In memory of Nadine Franklin, given by Ted and Sarah Carter Rapp, “Indianola: Ballooning Capital of Iowa” by Nicholson.
In memory of Bill Hunerdosse, given by Rich Stokes, “In the Country of the Blind” by Hoagland; “Life, Animated” by Suskind; “Tell Me Everything You Don’t Remember” by Lee.
In memory of Donna Leathers, given by friends, “Counted with the Stars” by Cossette; “Dust Bowl Girls” (large print) by Reeder; “The Newcomer” (large print) by Fisher.
In memory of Donna Leathers, given by SunnyBrook Assisted Living, “The Cherished Quilt” (large print) by Clipston.
Given by the author Alisa Jordheim for “at-risk” children everywhere, “Made in the USA.”
Given by Carol and Jan Messer, “Dangerous Refuge” by White; “The Sound of Glass” by White.
Given by Dave Randall, “Blue Bloods, Season 6” (DVD); “NCIS: New Orleans, Season 2” (DVD); “The Last Days of Night” (Book on CD) by Moore.
Given by Joe Mandarino, “Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.” by King; “Complete Guide to Fitness & Health” by Bushman; “SuperCooperators” by Nowak; “The Last Human” by Sarmiento; “Those Darn Squirrels!” by Rubin.
Given by Susan Jatkowski, “Snowden” (DVD).
For information about presenting memorials and gifts to the library, call 472- 6551.