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 NEW HOURS- Curbside service is on-

                     TUES. 2:00-5:00 and WED. & FRI. 9:00-4:00.

We are happy to be able to offer curbside pick up.

We look forward to serving you with the library items you have missed having access to!

Your health and safety are our top priority.  As such, we will wear gloves and masks when preparing your requests. When you pick up, please wear a face covering!  The library building continues to be closed to the public.

HOW CAN I PLACE A REQUEST FOR ITEMS?

  • Access our online catalog through our website.  You can request items through the catalog by placing a hold on an item or items, by emailing the library at curbsidewml@gmail.com, or by calling the library at 223-5540.  Please leave a message, if no one is available to take your call.  The librarian will be at the library during the hours listed above.
  •  Interlibrary loan is now available again, so if you don't see the book you want in our catalog, we can get it from another library.

HOW DO I PICK UP MY ITEMS?

  • You will be called or emailed when your items are ready for pick up.
  • Your items will be bagged, labeled by last name, ready to go.  
  • Please wear a face mask.
  • Please call 223-5540 or knock on the door when you arrive.
  • If there is a patron in the pick up area, please wait for them to leave before approaching the pick up area.  Please help us maintain social distancing.

WHAT ABOUT RETURNS?

  • All items you pick up curbside will be checked out to you for THREE weeks.  
  • The book drop is open.  Please return your library items there.
  • Do NOT return your items in a bag. 
  • The book drop door will be disinfected.
  • All items returned will be quarantined for 5 days before checking them in or lending them out again as time is the best disinfectant.

 

 

 

New Books on Our Shelves


NEW BOOKS- APRIL 2021

New Adult Mysteries: Win by Harlan Coben Before She Disappeared by Lisa Gardner A Song For The Dark Times by Ian Rankin Old Bones- #1 by Preston & Child The Scorpion's Tail- #2 by Preston & Child Triple Jeopardy by Anne…

WALDO COUNTY READS TOGETHER- The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead

What if everyone in Waldo County read the same book and then talked about it?  That's the idea behind Waldo Reads Together, a local One Book program initiated by Aging Well in Waldo County. This winter all Waldo County residents ages 14 and…

New Books For December

New Adult Fiction: Daylight by David Baldacci The Sentinel: A Jack Reacher Novel by Lee Child Beyond The Truth by Bruce Robert Coffin Fortune and Glory: Tantalizing Twenty-Seven by Janet Evanovich The Searcher: A Novel by Tana…

New Books & DVDs Gifted to the Library

BOOKS: *A Kids Book About Racism by Jelani Memory *A Kids Book About Empathy by Daron K. Roberts *A KIds Book About Shame by Jamie Letourneau   DVDS: *ALPHA *The Adventures of TINTIN:      -The Shooting Star  …

NEW BOOKS- October 16, 2020

NEW Adult Mysteries & Suspense Random Act by Gerry Boyle Thick As Thieves by Sandra Brown Total Power by Vince Flynn Troubled Blood by Robert Galbraith The Cabinets of Barnaby Mayne by Elsa Hart Next To Last Stand by Craig…

More New 2020-2021 Maine Student Book Award Books for Grades 4-8 Have Arrived!

Fiction: This Was Our Pact by Ryan Andrews The Forgotten Girl by India Hill Brown Zenobia July by Lisa Bunker The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise by Dan Gemeinhart Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation by Stuart Gibbs …

NEW BOOKS - September 2, 2020

Middle Reader (ages 8 to 12) A Wolf called Wander by Rosanne Parry Picture Book The Day You Begin by Jacqueline Woodson Nonfiction (Grade 4 to 6) Gardening with Emma by Emma Biggs Adult Nonfiction Sweet Taste…