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117 North 3rd Street · Cornell, Wisconsin 54732
(715) 239-3709

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The library remains CLOSED due to COVID-19, however, we will be providing CONTACTLESS curbside pick-up starting Monday, April 27th. Patrons can prearrange the pick-up of library items by phone or email request. Our phone number is 715-239-3709 and our email is publiclibrary@cornellpl.org.

The Inter-Library Loan Service will be unavailable until further notice.

Curbside times will be: Monday and Tuesday 1PM to 3PM, Wednesday 3PM to 5PM, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11AM to 1PM. We will call you when we have items ready for you. Either call the library when you leave home or when you are in the parking lot. Library staff will place your items on a cart outside the ramp door. Returns may be put in the box by the cart. If other library patrons are in the parking lot area, remember to keep your social distance. Since this is to be a "contactless" service, library staff will NOT come to the door. You must make arrangements over the phone!

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Click on Cornell Public Library to open the link to the catalog.

If the item has a "1 of 1 available" to the right of the title, the item should be available for checkout.

If the item has a "0 of 1 availale" to the right of the title, the item is out or has not yet arrived at the library. A lot of our titles are preordered so the title may be in our catalog, but has not yet been released from the publisher. Patrons may get on the reserve list for when those items arrive at the library.

Any media may be reserved with a call to the library. Patrons may also request to have their library account set up so that they can access their account from home. Then patrons can search and reserve items and also renew items checked out out under their accounts. Call us at 715-239-3709.

Books For Adults

Fiction

John Grisham / Camino Wind
Liz Moore / Long Bright River
Danielle Steel / The Wedding Dress
James Patterson / The 20th Victim
Lisa Windgate / Before We Were Yours
Lisa Windgate / The Story Keeper
Lisa Windgate / The Sea Keeper's Daughters
Sara Paretsky / Dead Land
David Baldacci / Walk the Wire
Stephen King / If it Bleeds
Julia Kelly /The Light Over London
John Sandford / Masked Prey
Paige Shelton / The Stolen Letter
Lisa Wingate / The Book of Lost Friends
Lisa Wingate / The Prayer Box
Anne Tyler / Redhead by the Side of the Road
Jojo Moyes / The Giver of Stars
Harlan Coben / The Boy fromt he Woods
Kathy Reiches / Conspiracy of Bones
Dean Koonz / Devoted
Irene Hannon / Starfish Pier
C.J.Box / Long Range
Danielle Steele / The Numbers Game
Harlan Coben / The Boy From the Woods
James Patterson / Blindside
Robert Dugoni / A Cold Trail
Brian Freeman / Theif River Falls
J.D. Robb / Golden in Death
Lisa Gardner / When You See Me
Danielle Steel / Moral Compass
James Patterson / The River Murders
Susan May Warren / The Way of the Brave
James Patterson / Criss Cross
Nora Roberts / Thr Rise of thr Magicks
David Baldacci / A Minute to Midnight
Elizabeth Berg / The Confession Club
Janet Evanovich / Twisted Twenty-Six
Lee Child / Blue Moon
Mary Higgins Clark / Kiss the Girls
Danielle Steel / Child's Play 
John Grisham / The Guardians
John Stanford / Bloody Genius
 
 
 
 * The library continues to add new Large Print books to our collection.  
 
  
* Thanks to multiple donations we have added lots of new Adult Audio Books for our patrons who enjoy books on CD.
 
 
Non-Fiction
We are always adding books we believe will be of interest to our area residents. Come in
and check out what we have available!
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Books for Children, Juveniles and Young Adult

We continue to add books in our Easy and Juvenile sections. Stop in at the library to see what we have to offer.
The newest books for our elementary aged readers include the series The Bad Guys, Dog Man, Owl Diaries, Unicorn Diaries and Once Upon a Fariy Tale!
Summer Reading starts on June 8th and goes through August 14th.  This years theme is  "Imagine Your Story." Bring the children in to the library to pick up reading logs and participate in the program. We will have three age groups again this summer: Pre-K to 6, 7 to 9 and 10 to 13 year of age.  Participants will put a sticker up on our "reading wall" for each book they read during the summer.  Let's see how much of our wall we can fill in this summer!  Each participant will receive a reuseable library bag at the beginning of the summer and will pick out a new book at the conclusion of the program in August.  The top reader in each age group will receive a gift card to use at Books A Million in Eau Claire. 
 
 
       
 

 DVDs  

DVD's on shelf

Onward / Abominable
1917 / Before the Wrath / Cats
Brokenwood Mysteries Seasons 1-5
Shetland Seasons 1-5
Richard Jewell / Spies in Disguise
The Current War
Jumangi: The Next Level
Charlie's Angels 2020
Dolittle / Little Women
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Dark Waters / Knives Out
Chesapeake Shores Season 4
Ford v Ferarri / Vienna Blood
The Great Alaskan Race
Easter Under Wraps
True Love Blooms
Midway / Frozen II
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Last Christmas / My One & Only
Howards End / Playing with Fire
The Crown Seasons 1 and 2
Crossword Mysteries: Proposing Murder
Arctic Dogs
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
Joker / Supernatural Season 14
Overcomer / Chicago Med Season 4
Chicago PD Season 6
Chicago Fire Season 7
 
 
 
 
 
CD'sCD's
Cats (Soundtrack
Now That's What I Call 73
Grammy Nominees 2020
The Owl (Zac Brown Band)
Aladdin (Soundtrack)
The Lion King (Soundtrack)
Chain Breaker (Zach Williams)
Yesterday (Soundtrack)
Rocketman (Soundtrack)
Bridges (Josh Groban)
Now 71
WOW Hits 2019 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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