Summer Reading Challenge
Read Books! Earn Badges! Win Prizes! The online Summer Reading Challenge will begin on June 1st, but you are able to register in advance. Please note that any reading logged before June 1st will not count towards the Summer Reading Challenge.
Fun Resources to Bust Boredom
We have collected some resources that will help entertain and educate all of us as we study and work from home. From virtual traveling and museums to online learning resources, there’s something in here for everyone. You’ll find some paid resources that companies have temporarily made free and accessible for all.
Your Response Matters
An accurate count of our community helps inform how hundreds of billions of dollars might get used each year for public services like clinics, schools, public transit, and hundreds of programs. You will soon be receiving an invitation to complete a simple questionnaire about who lives at your address on April 1st. You can respond online, by phone, or by mail, and federal law keeps those responses safe and secure.
Edwardsville Library cardholders now have unlimited access to articles on NYtimes.com.
1. Click on Access Now (or NY Times logo on the Resources page)
2. Click on Redeem button, then create an account or login
3. Enjoy 72 hours of unlimited access to articles
4. Repeat above steps to add another 72 hours of access.
OverDrive is Back!
We are thrilled to let you know that OverDrive, an ebook and audiobook platform, is available again to Edwardsville Public Library cardholders. For those of you who love your e-ink readers, you will once again be able to send books to these devices with OverDrive.
You're Writing History
Chronicle the changes you observe as your community, the country, and the world respond to COVID-19. This project is in partnership with the Madison County Historical Museum.