2022 Reading Challenge

Hello, 2022! πŸ₯³

It’s time to start the New Year strong! How many physical books do you think you could read in a year? Could you read 12 books this year? 🧐

This year we are challenging the community (14 years old and up) to read 12 real hardcover/paperback books to be entered in a drawing at the end of the year for five lucky winners!

BONUS, the library has plenty of books to checkout to help you on this challenge!

πŸ“šWhat are these prizes, you ask? Wonderful gift cards to support our local business and a fantastic gift basket full of goodies! 🀩

To enter your books, follow the link to fill out the form and come by the library for a bookmark with the QR code to have with you! πŸ“–


Happy reading, Stanton County! πŸ˜„

closed new years

closed Christmas and new years

If you have any materials you’d like to check out please feel free to stop by the library before your travels.



Dinos read to preschoolers, Dinos vs, donuts, Indecisive Dinos, and Rock climbing Dinos. This trio is always up to something!

#dinovember #kansasreadstopreschool #grumpybird #dinosvsdonuts #indecisivedinos #rockclimbing

Closing thanksgiving 2021

Dinos vs. Shaving Cream

So this happened yesterday

After school, our kids go straight to the restrooms to wash their hands before doing their homework or playing on the computers.

The kids were the first ones to see the mess the Dinosaurs left behind. We were all shocked! 😦

We asked the Dinos β€œWho’s idea was this?” πŸ€”

They said: β€œπŸ˜³β€

We’re still waiting for an answer πŸ˜•



Alien invasions, Dino artists, and Bungee jumping Dinos are all happening here at the Stanton County Public Library!

Stop by to see what else this trio is up to.

Dinovember 11-2

Guess who came back from Hawaii?

Yes! Ringo Rango and Roger! πŸ¦–πŸ¦•πŸ§‘

They wanted to experience some colder weather but Rango discovered he is afraid of heights. The only way around it was to ship themselves here. We received a big surprise when we open our box and saw our Dino friends.

β€œWe wanted to come and see our library friends because we missed them so much.” – Roger the Brachiosaurus


closed Columbus day