Thursday, September 3, 2009

What's the smartest card in your wallet?

A library card! September is National Library Card Sign-up month, and a time to remember how important a library card can be to everyone. There is no age limit to obtain a library card and it's free! If you have lost your card, you can replace it for $2.25 ($1.15 if you're uner the age of 13).

Your library card gives you access to:
Books, including the hottest new Bestsellers
Audiobooks on CD and Cassette
Music CDs
Graphic Novels and Manga
Government Documents
Language Kits
Free Computer and Internet Access
(Wi-Fi available @ Main and Memorial Park)
Online Test Preparation
Electronic Databases
Request library materials online
TexShare Cards
And More!

Already have a library card?
Tell your friends and family to get one, too!
You can also tell us how you use your library card by adding a comment here.

1 comment:

Lisa, librarian said...

I use my card to check out books, magazines, CDs, and DVDs. I use the TexShare databases for work, health info, and Consumer Reports. I also got a TexShare card so that I can check out books at UTEP and EPCC.