Check out the following websites to learn more about some of our favorite authors:
Accelerated Reader Quizzes
Learning doesn’t take a vacation!
Click on the link below to find out about fun programs and activities this summer at Polk County Public Libraries.
Information About Getting a Public Library Card
Getting a library card is very easy. As a resident of Polk County, library cards are available at no charge. Parent or guardian of child will need to bring in proof of identification and residency, such as a valid driver’s license, utility bill or insurance card to their local library to get a library card. Residents, property owners and business owners, employees and students of Polk County Public Schools and employees of Polk County Gov’t and Polk County college students may qualify for a free library card.
A Polk County library card is good at all 15 public libraries, including special collection libraries like the Historical Genealogical Library and Law Library located in Bartow. We have a bookmobile making 13 stops throughout Polk County and B-Mail (books-by-mail ) offering free home delivery service (anything you can find in your library can be delivered to your home).
To get the ball rolling, parents can go online to register for a library card.