Oregon Trail Library District

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Who can get a card

Residents of the Oregon Trail Library District (people living within Boardman, Heppner or Irrigon) may obtain a free library card.  Anyone living outside of the library district may apply for a non-resident library card for an annual fee of $25.00 per year. 

How to get your card

Bring your ID (Oregon driver's license, Oregon ID card, or birth certificate) or recent proof of address (a rent receipt, utility bill, or telephone bill) postmarked within the last 30 days to a library during regular business hours and fill out a library card application. 

Borrowing limits

Please bring your library card to the library to check out materials.  

Placing holds

Holds may be placed online by patrons using the online catalog.  Search the catalog, and when you find an item, click the request button.  You will be prompted to enter your  library card number and PIN. The PIN is used for security and privacy purposes and it is recommended that it be treated as any other PIN number. 

Click on the submit button to send your request.

Renewing your borrowed items

Patrons may renew materials online using the online catalog.  Go to Your Library Account from the homepage.  You will be prompted to enter your library card number and PIN.  At this point you will be able to modify your PIN, see which items you currently have checked out,  renew and view or cancel holds.  

Library fines

Overdue fines are twenty cents per item per day for all materials.  Overdue materials from other libraries will have fines charged according to the owning library's policies. 

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New Book List – September 2017

 

Fiction:

 

Libriomancer – Jim C. Hines

Facing Fire – Helenkay Dimon

Protective Custody – Lynette Eason

The Room of White Fire – T. Jefferson Parker

The Saboteur – Andrew Gross

Spoonbenders – Daryl Gregory

The Story of a Brief Marriage – Anuk Arudpragasam

Death Rides the Rails – James Griffin

The Business of Dying – Richard S. Wheeler

Charlatans – Robin Cook

Map of the Heart – Susan Wiggs

The Life She was Given – Ellen Marie Wiseman

Like Water for Chocolate – Laura Esquivel

The Red Hunter – Lisa Unger

Down a Dark Road – Linda Castillo

Hello, Sunshine – Laura Dave

Look Behind You – Iris Johansen

Mr. Monk Gets on Board – Hy Conrad

The Architect’s Apprentice – Elif Shafak

The Rise of the Governor – Robert Kirkman

The Tusk That Did the Damage – Tania James

The Burning Girl – Claire Messud

The Other Girl – Erica Spindler

Y is for Yesterday – Sue Grafton

Young Jane Young – Gabrielle Zevin

We Never Asked for Wings – Vanessa Diffenbaugh

Non-Fiction:

 

Mastering Calligraphy – Gaye Godfrey Nicholls

My Cat Yugoslavia – Pajtim Statovci

We Were Brothers – Barry Moser

Shirley Jones – Shirley Jones

Duck, Duck Goose – Hank Shaw

Choosing Sides – Tara Mataraza Desmond

The Fact of a Body - Alexandria Marzano Lesnevich,

Les Petits Sweets – Kathryn Gordon

Make Creatures with Felt Mistress – Louise Evans

Nato Major Warships USA & Canada – Eric Grove

Slice & Bake Cookies – Elinor Klivans

Audiobooks:

 

Tangled Destinies – Diana Palmer

The Romanov Ransom – Clive Cussler

Sourdough – Robin Sloan

Robert B. Parker’s The Hangman’s Sonnet – Reed Farrel Coleman