Current Curbside Pick-Up Times

Our current Curbside Pick-Up Hours are Monday through Friday, 10am to 4pm. The library is closed Saturday and Sunday.

In order to place a hold, you can call the library at 315-341-5867 with your information and the titles you are interested in.

We will notify you by email OR by phone when your order is ready for pickup. You can call to pick up your books anytime between 10am and 4pm; just give us a call and provide your library card information. You can also contact us via the internet by clicking on the following link to send us an email: 

Your items will be placed on a pickup table outside of the library that you can retrieve once the staff member has reentered the building.

New Juvenile Books - Unicorns, Mermaids and Narwhals

Here is our weekly list of new juvenile/children's book titles! This week's selections relate to Unicorns, Mermaids and Narwhals, and are available to check out right now!

"Unicorns are Real!" by Holly Hatam.

"I Turned My Mom into a Unicorn" by Brenda Li.

"Unicorn thinks he's Pretty Smart" by Bob Shea.

"Not Quite Narwhal" by Jessie Sima.

"How to Catch a Mermaid" by Andy Elkerton and Adam Wallace.

"How to Catch a Unicorn" by Adam Wallace and Andy Elkerton.

Hippo Story Hour and Crafts

Here's our first Story Hour for this fall! In this video kids can hear some stories about Hippos and see the craft that will be available this week! The craft can be picked up between Tuesday and Friday this week between 10am and 2pm, just give us a call and we'll set one aside, then give us a call when you're here to get it! (We are currently closed today for Labor Day, so the craft will be available starting tomorrow.)

New Juvenile Books - Dragons

This week's list of new juvenile books will all be about Dragons! Here are some of the new titles that we have available for checkout right now for your children!

"Dear Dragon" written by Josh Funk; illustrated by Rodolfo Montalvo.

"Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library" written by Julie Gassman; illustrated by Andy Elkerton.

"How to Light Your Dragon" written by Didier Levy and Fred Benaglia.

"How you see my Dragon?" written by Steve Light.

"When a Dragon Moves in Again" written by Jodi Moore; illustrated by Howard McWilliam.


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