77 Years of Service
"The Library's mission is to link the community to a world of knowledge in a variety of formats to educate, inspire and entertain with excellent customer service in a welcoming environment that promotes life long learning."
The Library will be
New Years Day
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
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For more information on how your holiday shopping can help our Library earn credits to purchase more ebooks, stop into the Library and talk with a staff person.
WHAT WE'RE READING
New Adult Fiction
New Large Print Fiction
Our eBook collection is compatible with most mobile devices.
If you're having trouble downloading your books, please stop in the Library for some hands-on instruction.
Be sure to bring your device and passwords for sites such as iTunes, Amazon, Google Play or other sites you might access to download the books.
Also, be sure you have your Library log-in info that you use to log into the Library catalog from home.
GET STARTED NOW:
New to eBooks? Have a new device?
Call the Library @ 361-798-3243
eBooks @ your Library are funded, in part, by a grant from:
The Library has recently upgraded to Cloud storage for our Library Catalog and other Follett services.
We would very much like to thank the Ladd & Katherine Hancher Library Foundation for funding the project.
Continuous Book Sale!
Visit the on-going Book Sale @ the Library.
Purchase gently used items donated by our Patrons. The library accepts clean hardback & paperback books, DVD movies, and puzzles.
No Reader's Digest or Encyclopedias, please.
Pick up FREE recycled magazines @ the Library
Instead of tossing those magazines in the land fill, bring them by the library when you finish reading them. When you drop off your magazines you just might find some that others have left to take back home with you!
PLEASE DROP OFF ALL DONATIONS AT THE FRONT DESK.
No magazines older than 2010, please.
For information on recycling older magazines ask for Penny @ the Library.