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Now introducing: Libby! The new one-touch app for ebooks & audiobooks from Overdrive. It's even more simple to use. Ask a staff member for more information, or sign up for a one-on-one appointment. 

Download eBooks & Audiobooks for free, from your library! Read or listen on your tablet or smartphone.   
                                                                 


No late fees! All you need is an Internet connection, your library card and pin number! (should be the last 4 digets of your phone #)
Click here for Overdrive Help





Print out a copy of the application 
and start today!


Check Here for New Arrivals
        New arrivals
in the Audio Visual Deptartment!


 Check Here for a current list
       New Books
  of our NEWEST BOOKS!


The Cottonwood Bookmarks - Friends of the Library has a book boutique located just inside the door from the parking lot. Gently used books of all types are available for purchase and all proceeds benefit the Library. Bookmarks members receive a discount on the purchase of most items.  
 
 


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Districting Locator
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Find out which congressional and legislative districts you live in by clicking on the link:
azredistricting.org/districtlocator/
This is the web site of the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.
 


 2016-2017 Arizona
Municipal Guide



 
Click here to view Meeting Agendas and Minutes.
     




  Do you have an idea or suggestion?
 
Want us to get a specific book or item?  Let us know! Just email us at: vward@cottonwoodaz.gov.


  Library Lines
is our quarterly Newsletter.  If you missed the printed copy,
click here to read it online!


                                 
The book discussion group meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 10AM in the meeting room. Come join the fun as we discuss some of the most interesting books you will ever read! Click HERE for the current book list.

Writing for fun!
Pull out that pen and paper and come join the Writing For Fun group in our meeting room every Tuesday morning at 9AM. New members are always welcome.

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2017 Summer Reading Program is Here!



Registration for the 2017 Summer Reading Program
has begun!

Click here to register 

and find out more information on both the Kids and Adult Summer Reading Program activities. 
Bookshelf Bingo for adults is back!
Click here to download a printable Bookshelf Bingo Card and instruction sheet.

 


Movie Mondays!

Join us every second Monday of the month and watch a FREE movie with your friends. On Monday, July 10 we will be showing Shall We Dance at 11 a.m. in the Library Meeting Room. "A romantic comedy where a bored, overworked Estate Lawyer, upon first sight of a beautiful instructor, signs up for ballroom dancing lessons." Rated PG-13. Seating is limited. 


The Artist's Corner
                                                                                                                                          Experience live art demonstrations at the library every third Tuesday of the month. The purpose of this program is to not only showcase and support the wealth of local artists in the area but also inspire patrons to create some art themselves. Tuesday, July 18 will feature Temporary Henna Body Art with Sakhia Baker from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.



 


Family Movie

On Saturday, July 15 the Library will be showing Ratchet & Clank in the Youth Services Program Room at 10:30 a.m. Parents and kids are welcome! Family Movies will be shown once a month on Saturdays. Check our calendars for upcoming movie schedules. 





 



Support Our Library with Amazon Smile

Did you know that you that the Amazon Smile program will donate 0.5% of every purchase made on Amazon to our Bookmarks Friends of the Library group? Follow the link below and sign up today!

http://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7210167




Adult coloring is a great way to reduce stress and anxiety. Grownups will be able to "Color Your Cares Away" on the first Saturday of each month from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Library Meeting Room. Adult coloring books, crayons and colored pencils will be provided. 



Join Yavapai College Spanish instructor Jared Reynolds for an informal and personalized approach to learning Spanish. This free class is open to both beginning and advanced Spanish students. 
First and third Wednesdays from 2:15 to 3:15 p.m. in the Library Meeting Room. 


Check out our Online Resources page!

Gale Virtual Reference library is a new online database to enable learning and promote information discovery. Want to fix your car? Check out the Online Chilton Manuals to get the detailed information you need to tackle vehicle maintenance and repairs. Want to learn a new language? Sign up for Mango Languages! Need one-on-one homework help? Get started with Tutor.com! Need help creating a resume or cover letter? Check out the Career Transitions page to find all the help you need! These are just a few of the awesome online databases we offer for free, all you need is your library card! 

 zinio
Introducing Zinio for Libraries - a digital magazine subscription service that allows patrons to get popular magazines delivered directly to your device - your iPad, computer, tablet, cell phone, etc. 
 
 
Click on the icon above to sign up and get more information.


Local Area Library Information
 
Please check here for current hours, addresses and telephone numbers to our neighboring libraries. 
Many changes have been made to hours of operation of the various Yavapai Library Network libraries. We have added links to Verde Valley public library web pages below.
 
CAMP VERDE COMMUNITY LIBRARY           CLARK MEMORIAL LIBRARY
 
JEROME PUBLIC LIBRARY                     SEDONA PUBLIC LIBRARY


                                Arizona State Library     
                      
Arizona residents may explore thousands of online articles and images from journals, newspapers and accurate, current research materials, through their public libraries.


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