The Bachman Community Library was established as a general library open to all residents of Walden?s Ridge of all ages. This Library is operated by volunteers and supported by donations from the general public and located in the Bachman Community Center at 2815 Anderson Pike, Signal Mountain.
Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 10-12. Extended hours and Magic Tree House Book Club for elementary students every Tuesday from 4-5:30.
Bachman Community Library will offer a Storytime for Preschoolers every Friday from 10:30-11:00. Children of Walden?s Ridge ages 3-5 are invited to join Miss Lissa for interactive and age-appropriate stories, songs, creative movement and finger-plays. Storytime is FREE and younger siblings are welcome.
Contains the Following Books
CHILDREN?S BOOKS ? We have books for all age children from the ?Read to Me? for the very young child to the ?I can read myself? type for the little older child. We have the classics for the middle age ? Harry Potter, Nancy Drew, Goosebumps, and other series of interest to those children who love to read a wide variety of materials.
YOUTH BOOKS ? We have many of the classics for those who just like to read.
RESOURCES ? There is a section for those needing resource information for school projects and research papers on a wide variety of subjects.
ADULTS ? A wide variety of books are available for the adult reader ? novels (many of the latest on the best seller list), cook books, craft projects, whittling, psychology, business and finance, religious as devotional materials and research type study books, nature, archaeology, travel, biographies as well as LARGE PRINT books.
WILDFLOWERS ? The Walden?s Ridge Chapter of the Tennessee Wild Flower Society have placed their library of books on the subject here for the general public. Some of the rare books are in Reference and cannot be checked out, but most are in the free Circulation section. There are even a couple of videos on wild flowers available.
GENEALOGY ? A large section of genealogy research materials is available in the Reference section. We have the local materials in abundance. We are building our photograph collection and ?Oral History? section daily.
ELECTRONIC RESOURCES ? A large section of VCR tapes are available, especially for families and children. There are some DVDs of novels, movies and oldies that can be checked out. Then there are many ?Books on Tape? available for the cassette players in your cars or home.
COME SEE WHAT WE HAVE FOR YOU!!!