Books, etc.

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The following titles are available at the library.  Magazines, except for the newest issue, may be checked out for two weeks.

Magazines in the Adult Services Department:

  • Allure
  • Backwoods Home Magazine
  • BackYard Poultry
  • Better Homes and Gardens
  • Birds and Blooms
  • Car and Driver
  • CT/Christianity Today
  • Consumer Reports
  • Country
  • Country Gardens
  • Country Living
  • Country Woman
  • Discover
  • Dr. Oz The Good Life
  • Eating Well
  • Every Day (Rachael Ray)
  • Family Circle
  • Family Handyman
  • Field & Stream
  • Glamour
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Grit
  • House Beautiful
  • Indiana Game & Fish
  • Indiana Gardening
  • Indianapolis Monthly
  • Kiplinger's Personal Finance
  • Martha Stewart Living
  • Mary Jane's Farm
  • McCall's Quilting
  • Midwest Living
  • Mother Earth News
  • National Geographic
  • O: The Oprah Magazine
  • Organic Life (Rodale's)
  • Outdoor Indiana
  • People
  • Prevention
  • Reader's Digest
  • Real Simple
  • Redbook
  • Reminisce
  • Self
  • Southern Living
  • Sports Illustrated
  • Taste of Home
  • This Old House
  • Woman's Day

Newspapers in the Adult Services Department:

Magazines and Comics in the Youth Services Department:

  • Amazing Spiderman, The
  • American Girl
  • Boys' Life
  • Brick Journal
  • Catster/Cat Fancy
  • Discovery Girls
  • Dogster/Dog Fancy
  • J-14
  • Lego Club
  • Mad
  • National Geographic Kids
  • Nintendo Force
  • Otaku USA
  • PC Gamer
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
  • Scooby Doo Where Are You?
  • Seventeen
  • Slam
  • Sports Illustrated Kids
  • Thomas & Friends
  • Zoobooks

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