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September is Library Card Sign-up Month!

black and yellow smartest card logoLibrary Card Sign-up Month is a celebration held each September during which librarians across the country remind parents and caregivers that a library card is the most important school supply of all.

A library card is a key resource in achieving academic success, and the library is the perfect place to spend quality family time together. Connect with your kids @ your library Family Activity Guide (PDF) and blog provide parents with ideas of how they can spend quality family time with their children and teens at home, in the community and at the library.

This September visit your local library with your children and teens to and sign up for a library card! If you've already signed up for a library card and it's been misplaced, bring some ID and we'll replace it this month for FREE! And if you need another reason to visit the library, check out this list of 60 ways to use your library card.

September Upcoming Book Releases

More Details on Upcoming Releases and the Bestsellers Club

Zinio Digital Magazine Service

Zinio logo and magazine on iPadDownload and read complete digital issues of many popular magazines on your computer, tablet or smartphone! The Zinio service digitally recreates a magazine page for page, including full color pictures, intuitive navigation, search features and interactive elements such as audio and video. The best part is that there is unlimited access with no expiration date, so magazines can be read indefinitely. 

The library offers over 60 popular titles including Food Network, Macworld, National Geographic, Newsweek, and Rolling Stone. Some of the magazines, such as Newsweek, are only available from the library digitally. Access the Zinio Magazine Service here!

For complete details on using the service, check out the Zinio User Guide (pdf) or take a look at the Zinio help page.

NOTE: Kindle Fire users will need to download the Zinio app directly from the Zinio site here. The service is not currently compatible with Nook tablets.


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