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Nevada County Libraries Still Have Options

National Library Week is held the third week in April. The theme, “find your place at the library”, was chosen before the coronavirus pandemic that forced closures of the Nevada County branches. But Madelyn Helling Branch Manager, Cindy Pawlowski, says that place is still available and open for business in several different virtual and digital ways. That includes borrowing e-books and audio books with the digital resource called Overdrive…

click to listen to Cindy Pawlowski

Hoopla access has doubled from five to 10 checkouts a month, thanks to a grant received from the California State Library. And you can still borrow actual books, at least ones over a year old to twenty years old, through Ziplock, which allows home deliveries. And if you don’t have a library card, Pawlowski says you can start with a temporary one right away on the Nevada County library website…

click to listen to Cindy Pawlowski

The one option that does not require a library card is an eBook library called enki, which is available to every person in California.

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