Library Hours

Tue 2:00 - 5:00
Wed 2:00 - 5:00
Thu 9:00 - 1:00
Fri 2:00 - 5:00
Sat 9:00 - 12:00

When Hope Schools close due to inclement weather, the library will also be closed.

Contact Information

216 North Main
Hope, KS 67451

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Recent Acquisitions


Large Print Adult Fiction:

“Deep Freeze” by Sandford, John

“Hiddensee” by Maguire, Gregory

“The Last Ballad” by Cash, Wiley

“Merry and Bright” by Macomber, Debbie

“The Rooster Bar” by Grisham, John

“Origin” by Brown, Dan

“Seven Days of Us” by Hornak, Francesca

“Two Kinds of Truth” by Connelly, Michael

“The House of Secrets” by Meltzer, Brad

Large Print Adult Non-Fiction:

“Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans” by Kilmeade, Brian

Adult Fiction:

“Without Warning” by Rosenberg, Joel C.

“A Fatal Waltz” by Alexander, Tasha

“Dead Ever After” by Harris, Charlaine

“The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle” by Fox, Janet

“Fates & Traitors” by Chiaverini, Jennifer

“Deadlocked” by Harris, Charlaine

“Meddling Kids” by Cantero, Edgar

“The Lost Order” by Berry, Steve

“The Railwayman’s Wife” by Hay, Ashley

“The Cutthroat” by Cussler, Clive

Adult Non-Fiction:

“The Pioneer Women Cooks” by Drummond, Ree

“Dodge City” by Clavin, Tom

“The True Jesus” by Limbaugh, David

Young Adult Fiction:

“Lost in a Book” by Donnelly, Jennifer

Juvenile Fiction:

“Tru & Nelle” by Neri, G.

Juvenile non-fiction:

“Hog Wild!” by Boynton, Sandra

“Crafty Gifts” by Bull, Jane

“Cool Physics” by Hutton, Sarah

Juvenile Easy Reader:

“Emmet Otter’s Jug-band Christmas” by Hoban, Russell

“Max at School” by Wells, Rosemary

Picture Books:

“Merry Christmas from the Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Carle, Eric

Board Books:

“Harold and the Purple Crayon” by Crockett, Johnson

“Swing” by Seder, Rufus




Activities and Events

Thursday, December

Story Time @ 10:00 am

Tuesday, December 19

NCKLS Book Van @ 2:00 pm

Closed for Holidays

Saturday, December 23

Tuesday, December 26

Saturday, December 30

Quote of the Month

At Christmas play and make good cheer,
For Christmas comes but once a year
~Thomas Tusser

The library lets you borrow the beauty and keep the knowledge. ~Author unknown