THE TRAVELING LIBRARY IS CLOSED BECAUSE OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
We will re-open on Monday June 1 with curbside services at the walk-in library and limited home delivery services!
Don’t worry about your books being overdue or any fines. We are suspending all fines through August 31 and have extended all books to be due on July 1.
Staff are working from home when not providing curbside and delivery services. We will answer the phone at 570-387-8782 ext. 2 and will respond to emails at email@example.com.
Please be in touch with us about how we can help you access free online e-books, audiobooks, and video books for kids via our website at www.travelinglibrary.org — click ‘Online Library’ at the top of the page.
More than 1.4 million older digitized library books are available to borrow for free from the National Emergency Library with no limitations on simultaneous use.
Please stay safe and healthy. We care about you.
Ammon Young, Library Director
on behalf of the Traveling Library Staff,
the Traveling Library Board, and
the Friends of the Traveling Library Board
What’s New? Preview and Request New Books
Our librarians carefully select books for the collection from sources like book reviews, library journals, and book-related websites, based on our relationships with our community of readers. The books are added to purchase lists on Amazon and ordered regularly. We have made our purchase lists public so you can request forthcoming books
You can preview the lists on Amazon anytime. If you see a book you would like to request, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the book you would like to read, or call 570-387-8782. We will notify you when your book is ready. It usually takes about one week from the time the book is ordered. In the case of bestsellers which have not yet been published, you will be added to a waiting list for when it comes out, and it may take longer.