Local Artists


New Books

This month, check out some new additions to our library from some of our local authors.  For more information on all our local artists and their works, scroll down.

Dianne Hoedebeck Aynes

Seasons at the Lake House: Spring: Book 4 of a Juvenile fiction series. "What fun and adventures can be found while spending Spring Break at your grandparents' lake house? Deer tracking and horse-back riding; fishing trips and bike rides; building and planting; campfires and independence; and wildlife sightings of all sorts. Ride along with Colt, Laney, Katelyn and Jenna as they experience adventures after adventure, learning and creating never-ending memories along the way, as we wind-up the Seasons at the Lake House Series." -back of cover

Rachelle Powell

Stories from the Cotton Fields: Juvenile fiction. "Meet Amanda, John, and Melanie. It's always an adventure with these three siblings. The fun and mischief they manage to find themselves in will have you wishing you could be a kid forever. Each story is followed by a simple worksheet that connects the lesson learned to scripture." -Back Cover

John T. Thorngren

Salvation on Death Row: Adult biography. Convicted of capital murder in 1980, Pamela sat on Texas’s Death Row awaiting lethal injection. But less than two days before her scheduled execution, she was given a second chance, and in 2000, she was resentenced: from death to life in prison with the possibility of parole.

  1. Local Artists
  2. 2021 Art and Poetry Contest
  3. Artists A-F
  4. Artists G-Z

Look through the tabs to find out more about Lake Dallas's local artists!  Including bios, interviews, where to find their books or art, and more!  Lake Dallas has a lot of local talent just waiting to be discovered!  Look below to see where to find local authors' books in the library.

If you ARE a local artist, feel free to reach out to the Lake Dallas Public Library. In order to be featured on our website, please fill out this form and either turn it in at the library during our regular business hours, or email it to lakedallasstaff@lakedallas.com. Include 'local artist' in your subject line.

Local Author's Bookshelf

Eleanore Rosaline Kidnaps a Dragon

All the books featured here are available to be checked out.  Click on the item to follow a link to its page in our online catalog.  You can find them on the shelf or you can place a hold on these items to check out and then pick them up at the front desk when they are available.