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The library budgets for the purchase of about 20 new books a month to add to our regular collection. An acquisitions committee chooses the new monthly purchases. In addition to purchased items, we also add donated titles that fill gaps in our collections. We offer a broad range of titles covering many interests, including bestsellers, recent publications, nonfiction, mystery, fiction, classics, science fiction, young adult, juvenile, children, and emergent readers.
The library has a number of Special Collections:
The Northwest Collection is a curated collection of titles focusing on the history, peoples, ecology, climate, and other issues of the Pacific Northwest.
This collection centers on the plants, animals, and natural environment of our region.
A section devoted to the appreciation of poetry.
This is a curated collection of titles devoted to the lives and explorations of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark.
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