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New to the Amana Library...our Follett Shelf is up and running! Follett Shelf is a website where you can check out and read online books. There is a good selection for all ages and a total of 60 books. Before going onto to the website, please call us at the Amana Library (622-3192) for your username and password. We look forward to hearing from you!

IowaAEAonline.orgContact the library about access to IowaAEAonline.

Check out all of our fun Summer Reading Progam events HERE!


We are taking donations of used books.

The Amana Library will close during bad weather. If school has a late start the library will open at 10:00. If school is closing early, the library will also close at that time. If school is cancelled, the library will be closed for the day. The library will follow the same schedule as the school. When weather is not safe for travel, please call the library 622-3192 to make sure we are open before heading out. 

Collecting Pop Tabs
The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Iowa (RMHC-EI) is excited to kick off our fifth annual Pop Tab Collection Contest! Our goal is to once again challenge Eastern Iowa elementary schools to compete against each other in collecting pop tabs. We also hope to encourage kids to learn about recycling and to contribute back to their community. Schools will have until April 5, 2013 to collect and return their pop tabs. Boxes for collecting pop tabs will be placed in the Amana Library.

Interesting Note: The tab is higher grade aluminum than the can, resulting in a higher dollar return per pound than cans. The tabs are sent to a recycling center where they are weighed. RMHC is paid by the recycling center according to the pounds of pull tabs collected (approximately $0.60 per pound).

You are helping children and their families in their time of need. The RMHC generates more than $9000 per year from pop tabs!

Four Ways to Save for Library Needs
The library takes part in several collection programs that make use of items normally discarded. The items can be converted to cash or materials that can be used in the library.

Campbell's Labels For Education
We need the part of the label with the Campbell's kid and the barcode. Other products in the Campbell's program are Prego, Spagettios, Pepperidge Farm, Franco American and Swanson. More information at:

Save Box Tops for Education
Labels from General Mills, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Ziploc, Kleenex and Hefty products can be converted to cash for the library. In the past year, we have collected enough box tops to earn $ 897.00. Proceeds from Box Tops for Education go into an activity account and are used for projects that benefit all students in the school. More details at:

Save used ink and toner cartridges from printers
These cartridges are recycled and the library receives a monetary allowance for each unit recycled.

"Big G" receipts

New Books at the Amana Library
List updated 4.15.14

Here is a list of the new books at the Amana Library. You can come to check them out or call to reserve a title at 622-3192.

  • Private LA by James Patterson
  • The Chase by Janet Evanovich
  • The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd
  • Blackberry Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke
  • Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen
  • Little Wolves by Thomas Maltman
  • NYPD Red 2 by James Patterson
  • A Shining Light by Judith Miller

Some of these have been donated. Thank you to all who support the library in this way.

Movie Rentals

New release movies remain $2 overnight and $2.50 for the weekend. Older movies are $1 overnight and .50 for each additional day. We still have a good selection of VHS at $1 for 3 days.

To avoid the late fees, please be sure that the video or DVD is returned directly to the library and NOT in the classroom bin.

The Amana Library recently received the following new movies. Plan a movie
night & check them out!


updated 10.28.15
  • The Longest Ride
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
  • Cinderella
  • Age of Adaline
  • Pitch Perfect 2
  • Furious 7
  • Insurgent
  • Home
  • The SpongeBob Movie
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • Minions
  • Jurassic World
  • Max
  • Paper Towns
  • Inside Out
  • Spy

Previously added:

  • Anna Karenina
  • Argo
  • Skyfall 007
  • Bourne Legacy
  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days
  • Brave
  • Ice Age: Continental Drift
  • The Odd Life of Timothy Green

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Library Hours during bad weather
When the weather is not safe for travel, please call the library at (319) 622-3192 to see if we are open or have a special closing time for that day.

Back to TopLibrary Etiquette Review
To make library visits pleasant for everyone, all patrons will be asked to follow these few simple rules of library etiquette:

1. No food or drink in the library.
2. Shoes and shirts must be worn.
3. No wet clothing, wet towels, or wet bags in the library.
4. Children under the age of 10 should be accompanied by

Please remember that the library is intended to be a place where people can quietly read and check out materials.

Review of Library Policies
These are the policies for checking out library materials:
1) Students may check out 1,2, or 3 items when their class comes to the library.
2) Students may have up to six items checked out at one time.
3) Students may not check out anything new (or renew another item) if they have something that is overdue.

These policies are designed to help students return books on time so that the books are not lost. The library staff appreciates everyone’s efforts in getting materials returned to the library on time.

Also, please remember that all videos and DVD’s should be returned directly to the library drop-box or desk and not to the classroom.

Internet Use
Please remember public library patrons under the age of 14 must have parental permission to use the Internet. Parents can stop in the library to sign a permission slip. The library staff does not supervise the use of the Internet, so parents must decide if their children can use it.

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Search Tools

  • EBSCO Login
    Login for teachers and students to access the EBSCO host products that GWAEA has purchased for your school. These products include full-text periodical appropriate for elementary, middle and high school students. In addition, teachers will have full access to the professional collection and the ERIC database.

    In EBSCO there are 6 areas of research including: Searchasaurus for kids. EBSCOhost: full text periodical databases, includes 20 subject specific databases. Auto Repair Reference Center: which include everything you ever wanted to know about fixing your vehicle. Novelist: summaries, authors, book reviews, similar titles/authors

  • URL: updated ID/password
    Login at SCHOOL using: (ID) CCAmana    (Password) clea1221
    Login from HOME using: (ID) Amana     (Password) Remote

    NEW FEATURES: When you are searching in EBSCOhost, note the tool bar along the top right. There is now a link that says New Features (located right above your library name). Click on this link to see What's New and what is Coming Soon. Users will be able to try the features right on the page.

  • AccuNet/Ap Multimedia Archive
    Need photos or graphics for multimedia presentations? Search over 750,000 photos, thousands of graphics, tables and maps fr
    om the Associated Press.
    From school access only.

    AccuNet URL: updated password
    Click on the text "Click Here to Enter and Search the Archive"
    Login ID: CCAmana
    Password: clea1221

  • SIRS Home Access
    SIRS Discoverer Deluxe on the Web is an award-winning interactive reference database for elementary and middle school aged children, as well as for student with limited English at the high school level. This online resource is designed to develop research, reading, writing, language and computer skills. The database consists of full-text articles constructed from more than 1,200 magazines, newspapers and U.S. government documents.

    Students or Faculty URL:
    Customer#: IA1262H
    Password: 10164
    Click on login then choose the link to your licensed SIRS database.

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