Were you aware that eBooks and audiobooks can be “borrowed’ from your library? The Warren County Public Library has memberships with two downloadable services, Alliance Digital Media Library (ADML), and eRead Illinois. ADML has 1,632 downloadable audiobooks and 7,014 ebooks. eRead Illinois has 4,506 audiobooks and 26,198 ebooks. What does this mean? This means you can borrow a book, anytime, anywhere.
Want to read Susan Van Kirk's new book, but don't own a Kindle? Well, now you can borrow ours. Van Kirk's novel, The Locket, is preloaded on our Kindle along with these titles:
Seeds of Deception by Linda Castillo
A Hidden Secret by Linda Castillo
Long Lost by Linda Castillo
The Staff of Serapis by Rick Riordan
The Son of Sobek by Rick Riordan
The Crown of Ptolemy by Rick Riordan
Come checkout our Kindle today!
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The Warren County Library would like thank Cheri Bustos for visiting our Kirkwood Branch over Memorial Day weekend. During her visit, she gifted the library with a giant box of books. Thanks for taking the time to visit our Kirkwood Library.
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Location: Second Floor of the Main Library
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. (Room is available without assistance)
10:00 A.M.- ?? P.M. or by appointment (Assistance available)
Recently, the Library was awarded a RAILS LLSAP membership Grant. RAILS, also known as Reaching Across Illinois Library System, awards grants each year to public libraries in Illinois. This specific grant was intended to increase membership in RAILS Local Library System Automation Programs by funding start up costs for any RAILS member library that isn't currently an LLSAP member, or would like to upgrade its union list membership.
The book-a-librarian service from Warren County Library allows patrons to reserve appointments with librarians for up to one hour of uninterrupted, personalized assistance. Patrons can get help with many things such as finding books in the library or learning how to use a computer for the first time. The librarians have a strong foundation with regards to computer use.