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To receive a copy of our "Library Notes" column in your email click Here. Enroll your child in Dolly Parton's Imagination Library and we'll send them a FREE BOOK in the mail every month until their fifth birthday.The time you spend reading with your child opens their mind to faraway places, exciting adventures, and sets them on the path way to an interest in lifelong learning. Read to your child - it's an investment in their future and the future of our community. If your child lives in Highland County you can register for the program at the library or online at www.imaginationlibrary.com. This program is sponsored by the Highland County Public Library and Highland Elementary School.
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Highland County Public Library is Now a Hoopla Library!
Log in with your library card number today. Borrow limit is eight items a month.
Highland County Public Library is Offering Curbside Book Pick-up During the COVID-19 State of Emergency
We are introducing a curbside service for those of you who want to call in a book, movie, or audio book order. We will fill your order, place it in a bag with your name on it, and place it on a cart on the front porch. The cart will be on the porch during our regular operating hours.
For the duration of the State of Emergency it is acceptable to return your DVDs in the Drop Box on the front porch.
Our phone number is 468-2373.
You can check if we have a book on our online catalog to the left of the page.
Remember, all our online resources are available to you as well!
The library will now be closing at 5:00 p.m. on both Tuesdays and Thursdays. Curbside orders should be picked up by 5:00 p.m. or they will be available again the next day during regular operating hours.
The Governor's original stay-at-home order expires June 10. The Library Board will take that into account when they set the new opening date.
BookFlix is an exciting online literacy resource that pairs interactive, fictional video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks. BookFlix engages young students, reinforces reading skills, and introduces early readers to a world of knowledge and exploration.
Summer Reading Program Runs June 8 - August 1
Join the fun and read for prizes! All the information you need to get started is found on our SRP 2020 page.