Weir Library Board met Feb. 9. Members present were Linda Berning, Roxy Blessent, Cathy Holden, Karen Thompson, Melissa Gardner, Sue Ann Barnes, Kelley McGeorge and Stef Arbuckle.

Weir Library Board met Feb. 9. Members present were Linda Berning, Roxy Blessent, Cathy Holden, Karen Thompson, Melissa Gardner, Sue Ann Barnes, Kelley McGeorge and Stef Arbuckle.

Planning has begun for the annual book/bake sale, to be held May 5 at the library.

Books marked with a yellow dot will sell for $1. All other books will be a 10 cents each or 12 for $1. Audio books on cassette are 25 cents or five for $1. VHS movies will be 50 cents or three for $1. DVS will be 75 cents or two for $1. Last year’s magazines will cost 50 cents a stack. Baked goods will be priced as marked, and soft drinks and water will be 50 cents.

All proceeds will go toward the Libri Foundation Grant.

Currently fumbling and bouncing around the library is a “footbasketine,” a cross between a football and a basketball. Anyone locating it should notify the librarian to receive a prize.

The library guessing jar is filled with candy hearts. Guesses will be taken until the end of March madness, and those guessing within 25 of the correct number, give or take, will receive a “sweet prize.’

New books on the adult shelves are “The Hunter” by John Lescroart; “Need You Now,” James Grippando; “Break Down,” Sara Paretsky; “Love in a Nutshell,” Janet Evanovich; “Gun Games,” Faye Kellerman; “Copper Beach,” Jayne Ann Krentz; “Catch Me,” Lisa Gardner; “Private Games,” James Patterson; and “Taste of Home Quick Cooking 2012 Annual Recipes.”

New to the juvenile shelves are “The Flying Beaver Brothers and the Fishy Business,” Maxwell Eaton III; “Show-Off,” Gordon Korman; “Desert Angel,” Charlie Price; and “The Scorpio Races,” Maggie Stiefvater.