September is Library Card Sign Up Month!
Looking for the perfect book to check out with your new library card? Celebrate the occasion with a story about the magic of library cards and libraries!
Amelia Bedelia helps out at the library with her classmates and wonders what kind of book she should borrow when she receives her first library card.
In the world of cards, each one has a special job to do. Can you guess what kind of card Little Card will grow up to be?
Pete the Cat’s getting a library card. Groovy!
Max learns the importance of taking good care of library books, with help from his friend Zoe.
On “Read to a Pet Day” at the library, Biscuit plays with story time puppets, visits with friends, and listens to recorded books before a librarian helps him discover his favorite activity of all.
Lenora discovers a secret doorway into a library that contains all the universe’s wisdom. But now she must face down a dark nothingness that wants to destroy all knowledge. To save the library, Lenora will have to test her limits and uncover secrets hidden among its shelves.
When Franklin Middle School’s sixth grade class visits the public library, they investigate scratching noises and a book series that is always on hold but never checked out.
Twelve-year-old Kyle gets to stay overnight in the new town library, designed by his hero (the famous gamemaker Luigi Lemoncello), with other students but finds that come morning they must work together to solve puzzles in order to escape.
The story of Dewey Readmore Books, a kitten abandoned in a library book drop in the dead of winter, who miraculously survives and makes the library his new home.
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Do you know someone who’s ready for a library card?
Learn how to get a library card here. All you need is a valid picture ID and proof of current residence; children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian presenting a valid picture ID and proof of current residence.