Things to know before your visit: Visitors are asked to limit visits to 30 minutes or less Hand sanitizer is available Social distance guidelines are in place Two public computers are available Bathroom is open
If you feel sick, please visit another day.
Services available: Browsing, checkouts, computers, copies and faxes.
Services not available: Meeting room, indoor programs, seating areas, newspapers, headphones, and children’s toys.
For updates on library hours and services, visit www.cookpubliclibrary.org, call 218-666-2210 or email email@example.com.
The Cook Public Library wants to hear from you!
The Cook Public Library is conducting a community survey to help draft the next strategic plan.
Survey answers are anonymous. All questions are optional.
2021 Summer Reading Program
Cook Public Library launches its Reading Colors Your World Summer Reading Program June 1 – July 30
Excitement and fun await those who participate in the Cook Public Library’s summer reading program. This year’s theme is Reading Colors Your World and everyone is invited to read!
Preschool – Elementary Kids will receive a Reading Colors Your World book log, activity book, stickers and book mark. Turn in reading logs at the Cook Public Library by July 30 to receive a prize. Anyone can request a book log by calling the Cook Public Library, 218-666-2210 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. North Woods Elementary students will receive summer reading materials at the end of May.
Adult & Teen Time for a BINGO Challenge! Pick up the Summer Reading BINGO card at the Cook Public Library or click here to download and print. Earn a BINGO in any direction, turn in your card by July 30 at the Cook Public Library and receive a prize! Need book ideas? Call 218-666-2210 or email email@example.com
Looking for a book to read? These are new to our shelves.
A Gambling Man—David Baldacci City of a Thousand Gates—Rebecca Sacks Dark Tides—Philippa Gregory Dead West—Matt Goldman Deadly Cross—James Patterson Double Jeopardy—Stuart Woods Eternal—Lisa Scottoline Every Vow You Break—Peter Swanson Find You First—Linwood Barclay Finding Ashley—Danielle Steel Girl Gone Missing--Marcie R. Rendon In the Night of Memory--Linda LeGarde Grover Klara and the Sun—Kazuo Ishiguro Northernmost--Peter Geye Ocean Prey—John Sanford Silenced to Death—Donna Graham The Bridge to Belle Island--Julie Klassen The Dirty South—John Connolly The Happy Ever After Playlist--Abby Jimenez The Kitchen Front—Jennifer Ryan The Ladies of the Secret Circus—Constance Sayers The Lost Manuscript—Cathy Bonidan The Opposite of Fate--Alison McGhee The Paris Library—Janet Skeslien Charles The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany—Lori Nelson Spielman The Sun Collective--Charles Baxter Trace Elements—Donna Leon Waterfall—Mary Casanova We Begin at the End—Chris Whitaker Wild Women and the Blues—Denny S. Bryce
Eye Marty—Marty Feldman Juggling—Thom Wall Me and White Supremacy—Layla Saad So You Want to Talk About Race—Ijeoma Oluo Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?—Beverly Daniel Tatum
12 Reasons to Love Skiing and Snowboarding—Joanne Mattern Bat—Melissa Gish Hanukkah—Lori Dittmer How Tectonic Plates Shaped the Earth—Jane P. Gardner Jess Owens (Graphic Novel)—Blake Hoena Kangaroos—Kaitlyn Duling Kwanzaa—Lori Dittmer My Life with ADHD—Mari Schuh Orca Whale Pods—Karen Latchana Kenney Owls—Valerie Bodden Ramadan—Lori Dittmer Something’s Wrong!—Jory John Stock Cars—Ashley Gish Superhero Senses: Invisibility—Blake Hoena Superhero Senses: Super Senses—Paige V. Polinsky The Life of Ruby Bridges—Elizabeth Raum Wild Vet Adventures—Gabby Wild
Baby Hippopotamuses—Kate Riggs Baby Orangutans—Kate Riggs Bobcats—Alissa Thielges Fire Trucks—Amy McDonald Harvest—Finley Fraser Wilderness: The Words of John Muir
Call 218-666-2210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request and arrange a lobby pickup.