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Still open by curbside only

The library is providing curbside service from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm Tuesday through Friday. Please use the online catalog search on our website to choose which items you want. To reserve items, use your online account or call us during curbside hours. Call us again when you arrive at the library and a staff member will instruct you on how to pick up your items. The normal 10-item limit will apply and there are no late fines. Please return items into the dropbox located to the right of the front door. No new library cards will be issued at this time. The library building will remain closed to the public until further notice.

While our building is closed, our guest Wi-fi can now be accessed from our parking areas! The network is DBLibrary Guest and the password is dbrownlibrary. Please note that the Wi-fi network is accessible every day from 10 am through 6 pm only. Please stay in your vehicle or maintain social distance if you sit outside the library. Call us during curbside hours if you need any assistance!

New Items: 

In Sunlight and in Shadow by Mark Helprin- Entrancing in its lyricism, In Sunlight and in Shadow so powerfully draws you into New York at the dawn of the modern age that, as in a vivid dream, you will not want to leave. In 1946, Harry Copeland has returned after fighting in the 82nd Airborne from North Africa all the way to the Elbe. Reluctantly assuming the direction of the family fine leather goods manufacture, he finds his life unsatisfactory and on hold – until he is “accidentally” united with Catherine Thomas Hale, the woman for whom he has been waiting all his life. A young actress, singer, and heiress, she has been waiting for him, even if she has known this only in flashes that do not come clear to her until the end of the narrative. (Adult Fiction)

Some Sing, Some Cry by Ntozake Shange & Ifa Bayeza- Opening dramatically at Sweet Tamarind, a rice and cotton plantation on an island off South Carolina's coast, we watch as recently emancipated Bette Mayfield says her goodbyes before fleeing for the mainland. With her granddaughter, Eudora, in tow, she heads to Charleston. There, they carve out lives for themselves as fortune-teller and seamstress. Dora will marry, the Mayfield line will grow, and we will follow them on a journey through the watershed events of America's troubled, vibrant history—from Reconstruction to both World Wars, from the Harlem Renaissance to Vietnam and the modern day. (Adult Fiction)

Bright Young Things by Anna Godberson- The year is 1929. New York is ruled by the Bright Young Things: Flappers and socialites seeking thrills and chasing dreams in the anything-goes era of the Roaring Twenties. Letty Larkspur and Cordelia Grey escaped their small Midwestern town for New York's glittering metropolis. All Letty wants is to see her name in lights, but she quickly discovers Manhattan is filled with pretty girls who will do anything to be a star. (YA Fiction)

Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green & David Levithan- Will Grayson meets Will Grayson. One cold night, in a most unlikely corner of Chicago, two strangers are about to cross paths. From that moment on, their world will collide and lives intertwine. (YA Fiction)

The library is open 11 am to 6 pm Tuesday through Friday, and computers are turned off at 5 pm. We offer print, fax, and copy services. To use the public computers and Wi-fi you must show a valid ID or library card at the front desk. Library cards are available to any adult residing in Falls County, and any child over 10 with parent’s permission!

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