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Adopt a Book/DVD At the Library!

If you would like to offer direct support to the library’s collection, the Adopt a Book/DVD Program gives you the perfect opportunity. You can choose to adopt an adult or juvenile book or DVD for the library. It is a wonderful way to honor or remember someone special in your life. With your donation, the library will buy a book or DVD to be placed in the library, with a book label indicating both the donor and honoree.

Are you done reading the latest bestseller? Donate it to the library to share with others. You may also choose to adopt any book in the current collection. This program is the perfect opportunity to keep the collection at your library growing.  Please contact library staff for more information and thank you for supporting the Wabasso Public Library!

     One Book - One CountY


February 1 –April 30, 2018

Pick up your free copy of the book at one of the four libraries of Redwood County. Read it, Pass it on to a friend, and join the One Book One County book discussion at the library of your choice. Books are available at Lamberton, Morgan, Redwood Falls and Wabasso libraries. Be sure to check out the other community events listed below!  Best part is they are absolutely free!

Join us for the following events during our One Book One County Read of "The Life We Bury" by Allen Eskens:

Vietnam War Traveling Trunk Exhibit

Will be at your public library in:

Wabasso: March 5-9th
Morgan: March 12-16th
Redwood Falls: March 19-23rd
Lamberton: March 26-30th

Traveling Trunk Exhibit
Vietnam War  
(1965-1975 / US 1965-1973)

Contains a representative sample of items commonly used by American troops during the Vietnam War.  All items are original and not reproductions.

Royal Hettling

Vietnam War Experiences
Thursday, March 8th @ 1:30pm

Wabasso Public Library


Ellen Radel

History of Little Golden Books
Thursday, March 22nd @ 1:30pm

Wabasso Public Library


The History of the Little Golden Books

Presented by Collector & Researcher

    Ellen Radel

Thursday, March 22, 2018 @ 1:30 pm

 Wabasso Public Library  

This project is funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Culturel Heritage Fund.    

Allen Eskens

 The Life We Bury

Tuesday, April 3rd

        Lamberton Library: 12:00pm

       Morgan Library:  6:00pm

   Wednesday, April 4th

     Redwood Falls Library: 12:00pm   

  Wabasso Library: 2:30pm

The Wabasso Public Library



MN Author Allen Eskens

Wednesday, April 4th at 2:30pm

Allen Eskens is the USA Today bestselling author of The Deep Dark Descending, The Heavens May Fall, The Guise of Another, and The Life We Bury. His debut novel, The Life We Bury, is the centerpiece of our One Book One County reading program and has been published in 16 different languages and is being developed for a feature film.

All four of his books are available at the Wabasso Public Library for your reading enjoyment.


 This project is funded in part or in whole with money
 from Minnesota’s Arts and Culturel Heritage Fund


An exciting program designed for Pre-K children and their families. This program is featured at the Redwood Falls County Libraries in Lamberton, Morgan, Redwood Falls, and Wabasso.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten is a reading program designed for children ages birth to 5 years old and their families.

Here is how it works:
1. Register your child at any of the Redwood County Libraries and receive a            FREE book bag and reading record to take home.
2. Write down the title of each book that is read.  
3. The child receives a sticker for each 25 books that are read.
4. They will receive a prize after every 100 books that are read.
5. When they complete reading 1,000 books they will be invited to a graduation pizza party and they will receive a diploma, t-shirt and book.

Click on the links below for more information!

Downloadable Audiobook Service

The Plum Creek Library System is proud to announce the addition of the OneClick digital audiobook service from Recorded Books.OneClick digital offers an easy way to access a terrific collection of free downloadable audiobooks. Note: only audiobooks are available from this service, not eBooks

Apps are available for PC, Mac, Android, iPhone, iPad, and Amazon Kindle.

After a quick one-time account set-up process,you will be able to checkout and download audiobooks. Email support is available at and phone support is available at 877-77-AUDIO from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday.

Getting Started Guide

Ebooks Minnesota, an online ebook collection spearheaded by Minnesota’s libraries, is open to Minnesota readers. The collection is accessible online at and via free apps from iTunesGoogle Play, and Kindle. There is no charge to libraries or individuals who wish to use the collection, and no username or password is required. Ebooks Minnesota is open to all readers within Minnesota’s borders.

No process is required to “check out” a book. Readers can access any book in the collection at any time regardless of how many other readers are also using that book. This feature makes the collection particularly useful for schools that may wish to assign a single book to an entire class or even an entire school. Likewise, community book clubs, no matter how large, can read books together without worrying about checkout limits or due dates.

The collection contains more than 2,000 books, including titles from these Minnesota publishers: ABDO, Lerner Publishing Group, Cherry Lake Publishing, University of Minnesota Press, Milkweed Press, and Coffeehouse Press. Nonfiction titles from Arcadia Publishing about Minnesota and its history are also included in the collection. A selection of popular titles that are in the public domain, such as "Dracula." and “Jane Eyre,” completes the collection.

Explore authors' entire works on Project Guttenburg.

Want to have the entire works of William Shakespeare or Mark Twain in one file, and completly free?

One of the biggest benefits of eBooks is that they are convenient. One file can contain 5 thousand or 500 thousand words. Instead of downloading 50 seperate books from one author, you can get the most of their publications by clicking on a download button just once.

Our favorite source for free eBooks, Project Guttenburg, has several files that include complete electronic publications of selected classic authors.

Wabasso Public Library
1248 Oak Street
PO Box 190
Wabasso, MN 56293
fax: 507-342-2329

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Wabasso Public Library

Monday - Friday
10 am to 12 pm
1 pm to 6 pm
Saturday & Sunday

Marilyn Daub

Assistant Librarian
 Bernadette Thooft

Board of Trustees
Dawn Guetter
Stacy Larsen

Linda Schumacher
Mary Smith

Gary Thomas

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The next meeting is 
Tuesday, Feb. 20th
at 7:00 at the library


Secrets of  the Tulip Sisters
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