Currently curbside or lobby pickup! Check out our current hours.

Our current hours of operation are:

Monday 9am-1pm

Wednesday 2pm-6pm

Friday 9am-1pm

Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays – closed

 

Feel free to call and leave a message for any books you would like to pick up (814-683-4354) or use our online card catalog (catalog.ccfls.org) to browse books and put on hold!

New face at the Linesville Library!

Hi everyone! I thought I would make a quick introduction of myself on here to say hello to everyone since it’s so hard to meet everyone with the COVID restrictions. My name is Renee Grout and the library was a huge part of my childhood as my mom, Claudia Lampman, was a librarian there through my entire childhood! I even remember helping them move from what is now the Police Department to our current location at the church. As you can see from the picture, I have three wonderful kids which you will see often with me when there is no school and they are just as excited as I am to become part of the Linesville Community Public Library community. If you have any questions or requests, don’t hesitate to reach out and I will help you however I can! I am looking forward to meeting everyone!

We are open curbside/lobby pickup but maybe you want an alternative form….

eBooks and Audiobooks

Looking for eBooks or digital audiobooks? Our digital collections can be found on:

Overdrive

New ebooks and audiobooks are regularly added to our Overdrive account. You can access these books on your computer, e-reader or mobile device. To log on, all you need is a valid library card. For Android or iOS, download the Libby app directly on your device. Check out the Overdrive Help page for more information and some great video instruction.

rbDigital

Get access to hundreds of current magazines and back issues. Create an account using your library card number and access magazines through either this website or the RBdigital app on your device.

Gale Virtual Reference Library

Online access to encyclopedias and reference e-book sets. You can search the books, download articles from them in a number of formats, even have the articles read to you. At-home access is available. Simply enter just Linesville’s POWER code, no barcode.

Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg is a volunteer effort o digitize and archive cultural works. Founded in 1971 by Michael S. Hart, it is the oldest digital library. Most of the items in its collection are the full texts of public domain books and all were previously published by bona fide publishers. Project Gutenberg offers over 36,000 free ebooks to download to your PC, Kindle, Android, iOS or other portable device. Choose between ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.

You can find them all at gutenberg.org

The instructions on the pages listed below offer help with downloading to your computer or ebook reader. These instructions are meant only as a guide and may not work exactly as described for every computer.

Downloading Ebooks from Gutenberg to ipad

Downloading Ebooks from gutenberg for nook-kindle

Support the Linesville Library through AmazonSmile!

AmazonSmile

amazon
When you purchase items from Amazon make sure your go to AmazonSmile and pick the Linesville Library as your nonprofit organization and without any cost to you they will donate % of your purchase to the Linesville Library!