Welcome to Lois Nelson Public Library
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LIBRARIES The Heart of Every Community
Each community has a place everyone can go to connect, explore, discover, and grow.
Step into the library and you will find a world of resources of every kind.
Attend special events, use computers for free, do research, read, or find a DVD.
Libraries are the heart of society, it's true, and at the heart of the library?
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Enjoy eBooks and Audiobooks, Anytime, Anywhere: Lois Nelson Public Library is proud to offer you best-selling and classic eBooks and audiobooks available 24/7 from the library's digital collection, http://netldc.lib.overdrive.com As a new member of the Northeast Texas Libraries Digital Consortium, library members will be able to check out and download audiobooks and eBooks from Overdrive, inc., a leading digital media service. Members may choose from popular fiction and non-fiction titles, including graphic novels, from readers of all ages. All you need is an active Lois Nelson Public Library card to check out through Overdrive. *You cannot use Overdrive if you have any outstanding library fines or fees* This new service is FREE with your library card.
2014 Summer Reading Program: June 9th - August 1st
Girls Book Clubs/Going into 6th, 7th and 8th Grades: Thursday, July 31st and August 7th, 21st. Register Now! Read a book of your choice and come prepared to tell the girls about it. Refreshment will be provided.
||323 McKinney Ave., Princeton, TX 75407|
Mon-Tues-Wed-Fri 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Closed on Saturday & Sunday
||Internet | Fax/Print/Copy | Books & Movies |
Wi-Fi is available in the library!
Book Donations: At this time, the library cannot accept book donations due to space limitation. They should not be deposited in book-drop or left outside the building. Thank you very much!
UNATTENDED CHILDREN IN THE LIBRARY
Effective Immediately! Children under thirteen (13) may not be left unattended. Parents or guardians are responsible for the behavior of their children in the library. A sibling and/or a babysitter (age 16 or older) may accompany a young child; however, if the sibling or babysitter cannot control the younger child, the younger child shall be considered unattended. When children are left unattended they often become disruptive.