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

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The Scott County Library System in cooperation with RiverShare Libraries is excited to announce no fines on juvenile, middle grade, and now, young adult materials!  Effective January 1, 2022.

Fines accrued before this date will still need to be paid in full.

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We are excited to announce that auto-renew is coming in 2022! 

Beginning on January 1, 2022, all eligible items on your account will be automatically renewed. 

Items are eligible if:

  • There are no holds on the item.
  • The user has not exceeded the allowed number of renewals on that item.
  • The item is from a RiverShare Library.

Items not eligible are still due on the original due date given at checkout.

You can log into your library account to view due date information or sign up for notifications to receive due date and auto-renew details via text or email.

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