Join us on June 6, 2015 from 1pm- 3pm as we kick off the 2015 Summer Reading Program. Come and meet some local heroes in our community, including Hendersonville Police and Fire Department personnel, and representatives from many local volunteer organizations.
This years Summer Reading program will be held June 6th through July 18th. The theme is “Every Hero Has a Story.” Enjoy superheroes, reading and fun with us at the library this summer! Participants of all ages, from toddler to adult, are encouraged to read books, earn prizes for reading, and participate in special events at the library.
The Summer Reading Program is a fun way to promote education and literacy and is sponsored by the Hendersonville Library Friends and made possible through generous donations from businesses in our community.
The Hendersonville Library Friends Book Sale will be open during library business hours. It will be located on the first floor behind the stairs. You will find hardback books, children's books, paperbacks and much more.The sale will be going on for a couple weeks and books will be replenished as needed.
Be sure to check it out. You will find a great selection of nearly new books, magazines and videos on a wide variety of topics - all for a fraction of the cost of new.
Check out the latest version of Nonfiction Now!
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Access it while you are at any computer in the library or use the one set up in the childrens area.
Catch up with Wally and Daisy this month on March 14th, 2015 at 1:00 pm in the Children's area.
See what they have been up to lately.
Please subscribe to the Hendersonville Public Library You Tube channel.
Check out these videos:
Reference Librarian, Landon Earps give us the low down on some great books in Nonfiction Now!
Library Manager, Lelani Sabo gives instructions on a quick and easy craft you can do at home in Craft-to-Go
Ever wonder what happens to the books after you drop them off in the book drop? Watch A Book's Eye View of the Library - Inside the Book Drop.
Landon gives step by step instruction in Accessing Tennessee Electronic Library's NCLEX Study Materials.
Are you a knitter, crocheter, weaver or spinner? Come and join us! We meet every other Saturday.
All skill levels are welcome – learn from experienced fiber artists and share your tips with others. Please bring your own supplies.
We meet every other Saturday. Check the calendar for dates.
Checkout free ebooks and audiobooks with your library card. The Regional Ebook and Audiobook Download system has a wide selection of items. Anyone with a library card can log in and access them. Hendersonville Library has purchased additional titles that are exclusive to our patrons.
Look for this symbol when you are searching the READS website.
We have added all of the advantage titles to our catalog for quick access.
When searching the catalog and the item says it is downloadable it will take you to the READ site where you can log in and borrow it or place a hold. Use the facets on the left in our catalog to limit to ebooks for a list to browse.
Don't have enough time to look for books in the library?
You can browse our online catalog 24/7 from anywhere, and place a request for items you wish to check out. If they are in the library, we will pull them for you -- you will receive a notification when they are ready to pick up. All you have to do is come to the Circulation Desk with your library card.
It may take up to 2 library business days to retrieve requested items.