Tomahawk Public Library
300 W Lincoln Ave.
Tomahawk, WI  54487
 ph:  715-453-2455
 Hours:
Monday - Friday:   9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
Closed Sunday
 
 
 

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You will need your library card barcode and pin number.
 
**Please note: 
The Library will not renew items by email or by phone messages.

 


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STAFF
Mary Dunn,  Director
director@tomahawk.lib.wi.us
 
Marilyn Nick
Assistant Director/Librarian
mnick@tomahawk.lib.wi.us
 
Annette Miller
Children's Librarian
amiller@tomahawk.lib.wi.us
 
Kay Teal
Library Technologist
kteal@tomahawk.lib.wi.us


 

PART TIME STAFF
Gloria Nettesheim
Wiscat/ILL
Cindy Robinson
Outreach
Peggy Pagenkopf
Shelver
 
 




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Your Child’s Safety in  the Library:

 

The Tomahawk Public Library is a public place. The library staff are very concerned for the safety of all children who use the library. However, staff duties do not include child care or child supervision. The responsibility for children’s safety and behavior rests with parents and responsible adult caregivers.

 

Please review the following guidelines  to insure a positive library experience:

 

• For their comfort and safety, children under age 8 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.

 

• Library staff reserves the right to limit Internet use by any adult whose children are inadequately supervised.

 

• Library staff reserves the right to inform children that their behavior is unsafe or disruptive to others. Children who do not comply may be asked to leave the library.

 

• Any child who feels unsafe in the library for any reason

should inform a library staff member.

 

• If children are left alone in the library at closing time, library staff will contact a parent or guardian. If no responsible adult can be reached, staff will contact the local police department.

 

• Children’s use of all library materials, including the Internet, is the sole responsibility of the parent or guardian.

 

Adopted by the Board of Trustees December 16, 2013

 

 





     


 
 


 

"Stories by the River"
August 2014
Wednesdays @ 10:30 a.m.
AUGUST 6th
AUGUST 13th
AUGUST 20th
AUGUST 27th
Bring your children for stories & fun outside of the library - we have the perfect spot along the Wisconsin River.
Please note: 
incase of extreme heat or rain, this program will be held inside the library.
You may wish to bring a blanket or something to sit on.

 



Adult Summer
Reading Program
May 27th - August 15th
 


 

Check-out/ Download eBooks
& Audio Books.
 Read or Listen
from your Computer
 and other eDevices
using:
OverDrive
from the
Wisconsin Digital Library

Website
 
Click on helpful starter pages below:
 
Getting Started with eBook Readers
Getting Started withDigital Titles
 

 iPad, iPhone, iPod touch

 
NOOK

Kindle
 
Androids
 
mp3 players
 
What is Adobe Digital Reader ID?
 
Choose an OverDrive Help Video

 



#1 FICTION Book Cover
 
# 1 NON-FICTION
Book Cover

 
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BEST SELLERS
FICTION
According to Publishers Weekly
July 21, 2014
*means Tomahawk owns book
1. Act of War
by Brad Thor
 
*2 Invisible
by James Patterson
 
*3 Top Secret Twenty-One
by Janet Evanovich
*4. Power Play
by Catherine Coulter
 
5 Silkworm
by Robert Galbraith
*6. Mr. Mercedes
by Stephen King
*7 The City
by Dean R. Koontz
*8 The Goldfinch
by Donna Tartt
 
 *9. Written In My Own Heart's Blood
by Dianna Gabaldon
All Fall Down
by Jennifer Weiner
*10.
 

 


BEST SELLERS
NON-FICTION
According to Publishers Weekly
July 21, 2014
*means Tomahawk owns book
1. America:  Imagine a World Without Her
by Dinesh D'Souza
 *2. Blood Feud:  The Clintons vs. the Obamas
by Edward Klein
*3. Hard Choices
by Hillary Clinton

 4.
One Nation:  What We Can All Do to Save America's Future
by Ben Carson
 
5.
Everything I Need to Know I Learned from a Little Golden Book
by Diane E. Muldrow
6
Capital in the Twenty-First Century
by Thomas Piketty
*7.  David and Goliath:  Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants
by Malcolm Gladwell
 8. Think Like a Freak
by Steven D. Levitt
  9. Instinct:  The Power to Unleash Your Inborn
by T D Jakes 
10.
The Family of Jesus
by Karen Kingsbury
JULY DISPLAYS
Literary Elements
Mad Scientists
Happy 4th of July
1776 Fiction
Children & Great Outdoors 
FIZZ, BOOM, READ!
   
 
Growing Wisconsin Readers logo
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Amazing activities and
exciting experiment for
OLDER KIDS
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Children should be old enough to stay without a parent or caregiver.

FRIDAY,
JULY 25th

 


SMOKEY BEAR'S
70th
BIRTHDAY BREAKFAST
Friday, August 8th
10:00 a.m.
Smokey and his DNR friends will be here to share
Fire Safety Stories

and Birthday Donuts!
 

 


WIFI USERS

You can now send us your documents for printing by e-mailing us at:
Just copy and past the above address into your e-mail address bar. Attach your document and send. You can pick up your print job at the front desk for 15 cents per page. Black ink only.
Or....you may want to sign in to use one of our Public Internet Stations and open and print your e-mailed document.


Downloadable
e-books
 For Kids & Teens
Check it out!!!
Click here to view eBook details for Hanukkah Bear by Eric A. KimmelClick here to view Audiobook details for Trial by Fire by Jeff Probst
Click here to view eBook details for The Music of Zombies by Vivian FrenchClick here to view eBook details for Undead Ed and the Demon Freakshow by Rotterly Ghoulstone
Click this cover for a(n) eBook sample of Iron King, Issue 1.

And More!!!
You will need your library barcode number and
your pin number
 
 

Early Literacy
NOOKs
@ Your  Library
New Children's HD
NOOKs for In-House checkout available. 
Click here for more information.

 

Lincoln County Parenting Support Network
to promote the health and safety of families through leadership, referrals and education.