Read Down Your Fines
June 24 – August 10 2013
Don’t let a fine on your library card keep you from checking out items you want. Now you can read away your fines! One half hour of reading equals $1.00 credit towards your fine. Check in at the reference desk to note the start time, find a place to read, then let the librarian know when you are done. It’s that simple. You can read whatever you want. The only rule is that you must read in the library, reading at home doesn’t count. If you have a fine on your card, this is your chance to do something about it!
What’s up at the library?
North Tonawanda Library makes a special point to welcome the young people in our community. Our 2011 renovation included addition of a teen area.
A study and lounge nook is located near the young adult fiction and graphic novel collections. The teen area is great for relaxing with a book or doing homework. The public computers which have Internet, word processing and more are accessible to teens under 18 once a parent visits the circulation desk to sign a consent form.
Stop by after school to pick out a good book, use our free wifi and get research help from the librarians.