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

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  • We are open our regular hours.
  • People do not have to call ahead of time to come into the library unless needing computer time.
  • Masks are required in the library.
  • We ask patrons to continue using the ramp door only  The ramp door will be locked unless our maximum capacity in the building has been reached.  If we reach our maximum, the door will be locked until someone  leaves.  Then the next person waiting will be allowed in.
  • People will have up to 30 minutes to come in the library and pick out items to check out.
  • We will still offer only one computer for adult use with an hour time limit.
  • Anyone needing to use our computer should call and make an appointment for computer time. 
  • Patrons can bring in their own personal device to use in the library, but you will also be limited to one hour of time in the library.
  • If you need to renew just call and leave us a message.
  • We will continue to offer curbside, weather permitting, for anyone who does not want to come into the library.  Once winter weather has arrived, we will have a cart inside the ramp door for anyone who still would prefer to have library staff put together a bag of items for them to pick up inside the door.  
  • Inter-Library Loan is currently back up and running. Call the library with requests. 

To search our catalog go to:   

http://corpublib.follettdestiny.com

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

L.T. Ryan / The Rachel Hatch series
Willow Rose / Not Dead Yet
Iris Johansen / The Persuasion
James Patterson / NYPD Red 6
James Patterson / The Summer House
Victoria Gilbert / A Deadly Edition
Nora Roberts / The Awakening
James Patterson / Deadly Cross
Amy Clipson / The Coffee Corner
David Baldacci / Daylight
Mary Higgins Clark / Piece of My Heart
Michael Connelly / The Law of Innocence
Danielle Steele / All that Glitters
Jodi Thomas / The Little Teashop on Main
Janet Evanovich / Fortune and Glory: Tantalizing Twenty-Seven
Lee Child / The Sentinel
James Patterson / Three Women Disappear
Karen Kingsbury / Truly, Madly, Deeply
Janet Dailey / Holding Out for Christmas
John Grisham / A Time for Mercy
Dean Koontz / Elsewhere
Irene Hannon / Point of Danger
Erin Hilderbrand / Troubles in Paradise
Jean Grainger / The Tour series
Allen Eskens / Nothing More Dangerous
Allen Eskens / Joe Talbert series
Allen Eskens / Max Rupert series
John Connolly / The Book of Bones
John Connolly / The Woman in the Woods
John Connolly / A Game of Ghosts
Debbie Macomber / Jingle All the Way
Fern Michaels / The Brightest Star
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
* 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 Adults

                                                        
 

Summer Reading has ended. Thanks to all who participated in the online program this summer. Our 10 to 13 year old top reader was Brook. Elijah finished on top in the 7 to 9 year old age group and Calvin was first in the Pre-K to 6 year old group. We hope to see you all again next summer!

                     

 

We have lots of new book series for our youngest readers in several series including: According to Humphrey, Ranger in Time, Daisy Dreamer, Storm Runner, Solve Them Yourself and Puzzled Mystery Adventure Series. Stop in and check them out!

       
 

 DVDs  

DVD's on shelf

Grant / Forgiven
The Farmer and the Belle: Saving Santaland
Christmas Recipe for Romance
The Good Witch Season 6
Winter in Vail
Upside Down Magic
Chicago Fire, Season 8
Chicago P.D. Season 7
Chicago Med Season 5
Jack Ryan Season 2 / Mystery 101
Morning Show Mysteries: Collection Two
The Secret Garden 2020
Switched
The High Note
The Durrels in Corfu Seasons 1 -4
Titans Seasons 1 and 2
Resistance / Love, Fall & Order
Hallmark: Nature of Love / Pearl in Paradise
Are You Afraid of the Dark (2019)
The Coroner, Seasons 1 and 2
Father Brown, Seasons 1 to 7
 
 
*Lots of new Hallmark Christmas movies
 
 
 
 
 
 
CD'sCD's
Soothe Christmas / Jim Brickman
It's a David Beniot Christmas / David Benoit
Behold / Lauren Daigle
No Fun Monkeys / Billie Joe Armstrong
A Drummer Boy Christmas / For King and Country
This Christmas / Francesca Bassitelli
folklore (Taylor Swift)
S & M2 (Metallica & the San Francisco Symphony)
Chris Tomlin & Friends
Now That's What I Call Music 74 and 75
Now That's What I Call Country Vol 13
Cats (Soundtrack)
Grammy Nominees 2020
The Owl (Zac Brown Band)
Aladdin (Soundtrack)
The Lion King (Soundtrack)
Chain Breaker (Zach Williams)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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