Need a library card? Simply visit any one of our branches to get one. (Adults should bring a picture ID with them.) If you live in St. Joseph, MO and want to simply check out our streaming or eContent then an eCard may be just what you need: click here or select the Library Services […]
The Friends of the St. Joseph Public Library have created an online option for book and DVD buyers. The Friends Online Bookstore offers books and movies for children, teens and adults. Gently used items are separated into easy to browse categories. Simply add items to your shopping cart and pay online with a debit or […]
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Teen Book Drop is a subscription service at the Downtown Branch that offers teens ages 12-18 some bookish goodies (that you get to keep) and a book chosen to meet your specifications (that you’ll have to return to the library…sorry!). At this time, the service is limited to 24 patrons while we get started. The […]
In a reading rut? Don’t know what to pick up next? Curious about what the librarians would suggest? Use our Book Match service to get personalized recommendations just for you. Simply fill out the form linked here or find it under the Library Services tab. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can with […]
Audiobooks, ebooks, magazines and more! Check out our selection of online materials from Axis 360 and Missouri Libraries to Go And don’t forget to check out our Reference Page for digital access to more of our resources!
Sign up to receive our weekly BookSizzle newsletter-a weekly roundup of reading recommendations including bestsellers, new arrivals, collection highlights and books discussed on television and radio this week. Look for this newsletter in your inbox every Friday afternoon, just in time for the weekend. Then stop by the library to pick up your selections. See […]