Ever wonder how we decide where books go in the library?
You can check out books, movies and music or you can use our special databases to do your homework from home.
Bring your mom or dad to the library to apply for your card, or have them help you apply for a card online
At your library you will find books and lots more! Your library has books, dvd's, and music cd's for young people.
"E" stands for Easy (preschool through second grade reading level) and "J" stands for Juvenile (third grade through six grade reading level). "YA" stands for young adult and the books have a sixth grade and higher reading level as well as more mature content.
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There are computers at all the libraries that you can use. You can use the library catalog, play games, write reports or surf the internet. It costs 10¢ a page to print in black and white and 25¢ to print in color. At some libraries the computers may be busy and you have to make a reservation. Ask a librarian for help if you need it.