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Library Hours:
Monday - Thursday
9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Friday & Saturday
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
1 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Computers are turned off 15 min. before closing each day.


Preschool Times:
Story Time - 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays during the school year


Lexington Public Library
907 N. Washington
P.O. Box 778
Lexington, NE 68850
(308) 324-2151
(308) 324-2140 FAX


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E-Books! Patrons who have a library card from Lexington Public Library, can check out eBooks by accessing Overdrive. Audiobooks, eBooks and more for your computer, cell phone, iPod, Ipad, eBook reader and the Kindle. Check the Overdrive Device Resource Center for more compatibility information. Checking out audio books or eBooks using Overdrive is a free service of the Lexington Public Library.

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Patrons, click on this logo and you will be directed to the library’s customized OneClickdigital website. After a quick one-time account set-up process, you will be able to checkout and download audiobooks.


Use your library card number. If your card has only 5 digits, you need to add a zero to the beginning of your number. Any questions, please call 308-324-2151.

In the book, Not in the Heart by Chris Fabry, Truman Wiley knew success. He was once a well-known investigative reporter. In the past he has reported the top news stories for renowned publishers from around the world. Not in the Heart by Chris FabryBut, Truman Wiley also knows failure. His marriage is in shambles, he has a gambling addiction, and he is an absentee father, unwilling to visit his terminally ill son, Aiden, who has a congenital heart condition and needs a heart transplant in order to survive.Not in the Heart by Chris Fabry
Truman has become somewhat of a hermit, living in a cottage on the beach, being consumed by mounting hospital bills and gambling debts. Then Ellen, his wife calls him with a proposal that could change their lives. Terrell Conley, an inmate who is on death row for the murder of Diana Wright, has offered his heart to Aiden after his execution. But, Terrell has one last request. He wants a book written that tells what happened from his perspective – he has always maintained that he is innocent. And he wants Truman to write the story.
Since Terrell’s execution day is scheduled in 30 days, Truman immediately begins using his investigative resources to find out what really happened that day. Soon he is joined by his daughter Abigail and together they delve deeply into Diana’s life and into what actually happened the night Diana died. As elements of the truth appear, Truman is faced with difficult choices and must decide if the truth will prevail.
This book combines suspense, intrigue, and heartache along with twists and turns and a totally unexpected ending. All of which make it a great read. Not in the Heart is a story of life inside gambling addiction and chronic illness. But more importantly it is a story of making the right choices and redemption.
You can find Not in the Heart and other books by Chris Fabry at the Lexington Public Library. Also, be sure to look for our new book list at the library or online at

Monday Afternoon Book Club

Monday Afternoon Book Club and Book List

March 5: Small Great Things – Jodi Picoult

April 2: Accused – Lisa Scottoline

May 7: Award – Danielle Steele

June 4: A Man Called Ove – Fredrik Backman

July 2: Pretending to Dance – Diane Chamberlain

August 6: Before We Were Yours – Lisa Wingate

September 10: Killers of the Flower Moon – David Gann

October 1: When I Found You – Catherine Ryan Hyde

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Legos Legos Everywhere!


LEGO Club meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month, from 4:30 until 6:00, at the Lexington Public Library.  Join us at 4:30 p.m. and build until 6:00 p.m.  LEGOS and Duplo blocks will be available.  This club is supported by the Lexington Public Library and Walmart.

Ages 4 and up are welcome!

If you have extra Legos lying around that you don't know what to do with, bring them in and we will add them to our collection, for kids, and adults, to enjoy!