Renew Your Materials through the Public Catalog

You can now renew your checked out materials via our online catalog at http://catalog.ccfls.org. Just log into your account and click on Renew next to the material you want to renew. Most items can be renewed twice. If you do not see the “Renew” link next to the item in your list of checkouts then you cannot renew it. This means you have either reached the renewal limit for the item or someone has placed a reserve on it.

Summer Reading Club Sponsorship

Last year, over 600 children and teens participated in our Summer Reading Club program. This Summer, we want to engage our community in helping to make it even more successful. An individual, association, club or business who donates goods, services, discount coupons or money towards the Summer Reading Club will receive a receipt for Federal Tax Exemption. This is a great way to advertise your business and get exposure as being part of a community that cares. With your help, we will be able to Read More +

New Book Sale Corner

Visit our new and greatly expanded ongoing book sale located on the Library’s Main Floor for numerous gift quality books. Many next-to-new books are for sale. Most fiction and non-fiction books are priced to sell at $2.50 to $5.00. These are just a few of our current offerings: The Cake Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum $6.00 1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline or Children 2-12 by Thomas W. Phelan, Ph.D. $3.00 Benjamin Franklin by Walter Isaacson $4.00 In the Kitchen with Rosie by Rosie Daley $3.00 Rachael Read More +

CCFLS eStacks – Buy it now Ebooks

As part of our OverDrive ebooks service, CCFLS eStacks, you will now see a “Buy it Now” button next to books on our page (http://ccfls.lib.overdrive.com/). It is in response to an agreement between OverDrive and publishers that allows us to access ebooks from certain publishers. If you would like to purchase the ebook, you can select a vendor and a portion of the sales comes back to CCFLS eStacks for us in the form of a credit to use to purchase more ebooks. For more Read More +

Reference: Have You Seen QR Code Signs Lately?

Quick Response codes – QR codes for short – are cropping up all over the place. A QR code is a special type of barcode that can be read with an image scanner, such as the camera on your mobile device, with a QR reader application. The device scans the code and takes you to more information, perhaps a website or other content. You’ll find QR codes all over the Meadville Public Library. We’ve added them in the stacks and on bookmarks in the Children’s Read More +