Bookmobile

This is the 1960 Scott County Library System bookmobile.

In June 1947, Edna Spies founded the Scott County Bookmobile to bring library service to rural children, and in 1950, the Scott County bookmobile organization became the Scott County Library System.

The bookmobile remains an important element of our outreach services and partners with elementary schools and brings library service to the residents of Scott County. 

Features

Winter Reading banner

Cozy up with a good book this winter-- and win prizes! 

When: January 27th through March 2nd

Who: EVERYONE. This challenge is perfect for all ages because it is completely at your own pace! 

Where: All SCLS branches (including the Bookmobile!). 

What: This year, we're making Winter Reading easier than ever. All you have to do is cross off each day that you complete either 20 minutes of reading OR an activity.

Each day counts as an entry into the raffle-- and there will be winners from every single branch, plus one grand prize winner! Complete as many days as you can, [ Click Title for Full Article ]

This is a crew sweatshirt that says Scott County Loves Their Libraries.

The Scott County Library System has partnered with Raygun to make library shirts!  Proceeds support the programs and services of the Scott County Library System. Here is a link to our store.

This says meet your next read - NextReads

The Scott County Library has a great new newsletter system for sending reading recommendations. Use the link to sign up for your favorite genres and get the latest news and events. Once you sign up, you must confirm your choices via the confirmation email. If you've been following Christine's Library Journal reviews, you'll want to sign up for the Reading Roundup option. https://bit.ly/sclsnews