When I mention an event taking place at the Aulds or Koran branches, I sometimes take for granted that you know where those libraries are located. There are eight locations distributed throughout the parish including the History Center. If you are new to this area you may still need help finding your way around, so I have listed each location, address, phone number, and branch manager’s name for your convenience.
Go to www.bossierlibrary,org and click on the tab “Contact.” It will take you to a list of departments and libraries. Each branch has a page telling you about hours of operation, a map to help you get there, and a schedule of reading programs or other events.
Every branch has its own personality with programs and services unique to their patrons and area, but one thing is the same no matter which library you visit, everyone is friendly.
Book it to the Bossier Libraries where we are always happy to see you.
Make a note:
“Esrever Doom” by Piers Anthony
“The Rules of Wolfe” by James Carlos Blake
“Under a Texas Sky” by Dorothy Garlock
“The Third Kingdom” by Terry Goodkind
“The Last Witness” by W.E.B.Griffin
“Runaway Man” by David Handler
“The Silent Wife” by A.S.A. Harrison
“Unspoken” by Dee Henderson
“Skinner” by Charlie Huston
“Silken Prey” by John Sandford
“Magical Journey” by Katrina Kenison
“Pilgrimage” by Lynn Austen
“Be Restored” by Debra Berry
“American Savage” by Dan Savage
“Eat, Move, Sleep: How Small Choices Lead to Big Changes” by Tom Rath
“In the Body of the World” by Eve Ensler
“The International Book of Bob” by Bob Harris
“Sleepless in Hollywood” by Lynda Obst
“Algebra for Dummies” by Mary Jane Sterling
“1001 Secrets Every Birder Should Know” by Sharon Stiteler
Vickie Hardin is Outreach Specialist for the Bossier Parish Library. She can be reached at email@example.com