October 23, 2016

Neill Public Library Closed for Re-Carpeting

Neill Public Library will close Sunday, October 23 through Sunday, November 13 to replace carpet throughout its facility.  Library materials will not be due during this time.  Library programs will continue offsite, visit the library's website here, for more information.  Access to the library’s online catalog, downloadable books, Microsoft Imagine Academy, and research databases will remain available throughout the closure.

This project is funded by the City of Pullman and the Shirrod Family Endowment Fund.  Contact the library at (509)334-3595 or visit our website www.neill-lib.org for more information about this project.

October 21, 2016

Stormwater Parking Lot Project Nears Completion

The Stormwater LID Parking Lot Project is nearly complete; however due to the wet weather over the last two weeks, the opening of the parking lot will be delayed until Monday, October 24th. After the opening, you will still see orange cones periodically, as Motley-Motley puts the finishing touches on the parking lot. 

October 19, 2016

Check Out These New Books in Youth Services!

by Mike Twohy

Using only 26 words, this alphabet caper combines a ball, a mouse and an epic chase, taking the reader along for the rollicking time!

by Felicia Sanzari Chernesky

A gorgeous picture book featuring a winter wonderland of colors.

by Nancy Armo

Leaving his cozy dozy burrow, Mole finds a big wide world and a most surprising friend. 

October 12, 2016

Check Out These New Titles in Adult Services!

by Graham Moore
Available as print book and eAudiobook

This legal and historical thriller- based on true events- is set in late 19th century New York, illuminating the fight to bring electricity to the streets of New York. Featuring the young, ambitious lawyer Paul Cravath- and a cast including Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, and Nikola Tesla.

by Melody Warnick
Available as a print book

Warnick dives into the body of research around place attachment—the deep sense of connection that binds (some) of us to the places we live-  and then travels across the country to see it in action.

Inspired by the growing movement of placemaking, “This is Where You Belong” explores what people are doing to create likeable locales, demonstrates what draws us to new places, and shows what makes us stay. The book is loaded with social science, advice, and humor, and Warnick’s crisp, conversational writing style makes it a fast, hard-to-put-down read.

by Brian K. Vaughn, Fiona Staples
Available as a print book

The 6th volume in an epic space opera/fantasy graphic novel series created by writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples.

Saga depicts two lovers from long-warring extraterrestrial races, Alana and Marko, fleeing authorities from both sides of a galactic war as they struggle to care for their newborn daughter Hazel, who occasionally serves as narrator.   The multiple-award winning Saga delivers an outstanding and original story that engages the reader like few others. 

October 05, 2016

Check Out These New Books in Youth Services!


by Susan Cane

From the bestselling author of “Quiet” comes this guide for young people, bringing awareness and insight into the secret strengths of introverts.


by Emily Lindin

From the founder of “The Unslut Project” comes her diary-memoir detailing her painful experience being bullied starting at age eleven.

by G. Willow Wilson

Nominated for five Eisner Awards, Ms. Marvel reaches across cultures to navigate the world, fight crime and inspire every reader.