We've got new arrivals! New adult fiction, large print, and non-fiction books for the month of July (PDF format, opens in new browser window).
Interested in joining a Book Club?
When: 1:00 p.m. on the last Wednesday of every month.
Where: The Library Community Room (inside the Carthage Library).
Come join us! For more information, contact Carolyn Wyatt at 417-358-3344.
Public Library now offers downloadable eBooks and Audiobooks! You can
get popular books and other digital content for your Kindle, iPad,
Nook, and other devices. Head to the Missouri Libraries 2 Go page at molib2go.org
and sign in with your Carthage Public Library card number. After
logging in, you're ready to start checking out eBooks and Audiobooks.
Instructions on how to check Ebooks out on your particular device are
available on the Ebooks checkout website.
We are in the process of setting up new account creation as an automated system. Patrons who signed up through our previous manual system should still currently have access to the Ebooks website. New accounts are temporarily frozen. After the transition is complete, anyone with an active library card in good standing will automatically have an account through our Ebooks system.
If you have any questions, give us a call at 417-237-7040, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also check out the following excellent free resources for digital content:
Project Gutenberg is a digitization project that offers an astounding number of downloadable public-domain eBooks formats compatible with all major ebook readers.
The Internet Archive has a huge collection of texts, images, sound recordings, videos, and more, all freely downloadable.
LibriVox is a volunteer project to create free downloadable audiobooks from public-domain classics, read by volunteers, with an amazing number of titles to listen to.
Open Library is an internet public library that offers downloadable eBooks for your device, including new popular titles.