The Eccles-Lesher Memorial Library is a small hometown library located
in the rural community of Rimersburg, PA. It was built in 1968 and was renovated in 2003. It serves seven municipalities with a total
population of 5,319. Our staff welcomes you to stop in and visit us any
To access the Olde Days of Rimersburg Photo Gallery, click here
The library will be CLOSED Thursday, 11/27/14, and Friday, 11/28/14, for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will reopen on Saturday, 11/29/14, with our normal Saturday hours: 10 am to 5 pm. Have a safe and fun holiday, everyone!
Where the Streets had a Name by Abel-Fattah, Randa
Book list Since her Palestinian family lost their home, times have been hard for Hayaat, 13, who lives in Bethlehem on the occupied West Bank. To try to comfort her beloved dying grandmother, Sitti, Hayaat journeys to get some soil from the Jerusalem garden that Sitti longs for. Hayaat's friend, Samy, joins her on her quest. His mother was killed, and his imprisoned father is a heroic activist to some, but Samy is bitter: He traded me for the cause. At the many...More
The Great Migration: Journey to the North by Eloise Greenfield
School Library Journal K-Gr 8-In eloquent verse, Greenfield narrates the story of the migration during the years 1915-1930 of more than a million African Americans from the rural South to the industrial North in search of opportunity, employment, and fair treatment. The poems are arranged under five headings that represent the stages of the journey: "The News," "Goodbyes," "The Trip," "Question," and "Up ...More
Book list After exploring the plights of angels, werewolves, and even Jesus Christ himself in a string of novels, Rice (The Wolves of Midwinter, 2013) returns to the Vampire Chronicles, the series that made her famous almost four decades ago. In this new entry, the vampires are imperiled by an entity they know only as the Voice, who telepathically encourages older vampires to slay their younger counterparts. Though many vampires resist the Voice's com...More
The POWER Library is available at Pennsylvania public libraries, school libraries and the State Library. You can also access the resources of the POWER Library from home by going to your public library's web page. To access the resources you will need to enter the barcode number located on your valid library card.