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The different facets of Bud Werner Memorial Library

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Story-time at Bud Werner Memorial Library is always a big hit. Photo by John F. Russell

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Audrey Becker, front, and her sister Brynn check out books at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Books at the library are given radio frequency receivers for easy digital checkout. Photo by John F. Russell

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Reference Librarian Jaclyn Kuusinen uses a ViewScan to look at old editions of the Steamboat Pilot at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Photo by John F. Russell

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Sarah Kostin leads story-time at Bud Werner Memorial Library. In 2012, the downtown Steamboat library offered 465 children’s programs — just one of several areas where growth emerged after the 21,000-square-foot expansion opened in 2008. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bud Werner Memorial Library Director Chris Painter emphasizes the importance of community when she talks about the impact of the 21,000-square-foot, $12.5 million building expansion that opened in 2008. Photo by John F. Russell

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Karen Fitzgerald, the book doctor at Bud Werner Memorial Library, makes sure the large selection of books remains in good shape. Photo by John F. Russell

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Reference Librarian Jaclyn Kuusinen looks at a book case highlighting a book about Bud Werner Memorial Library. Photo by John F. Russell

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Current most popular fiction title: “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn Courtesy

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Current most popular nonfiction title: “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail” by Cheryl Strayed Courtesy

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Most checked-out book at library: “Pigs in Heaven” by Barbara Kingsolver Courtesy

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Most checked-out children’s book at library: “To Bathe a Boa” by C. Imbior Kudrna Courtesy

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