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Coping with Disaster
"Coping with Disaster” provides information for the following topics: understanding disaster events, recognizing signs of disaster related stress, easing disaster-related stress, helping kids cope with disaster and understanding children’s reactions to disaster by age.
TumbleBooks Library
TumbleBooks Library has talking picture books that teach young children the pleasure of reading in a way they will enjoy. Click here or on the image above to visit TumbleBooks.

Welcome to Scholastic Bookflix!

In Library     At Home

Welcome to Scholastic TrueFlix!

In Library     At Home


Welcome to Scholastic Freedomflix!

In Library     At Home

Welcome to Scholastic ScienceFlix!
In Library               At Home

For Non-Profit Grant Seekers
Montgomery City-County Public Library
Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library, 245 High Street
is now a Foundation Center Cooperating Collection!
For Grant Writers & Grant Seekers

The Montgomery City-County Public Library will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018 in observance of Memorial Day.

Adult Audience-6:00PM-8:30PM: In recognition of National Military Appreciation Month Morgan Library is honoring veterans, fallen soldiers, and family members of deceased veterans. Ink Inspiration: Stories of Sacrifice will give individuals opportunities to express the story behind their military affiliated tattoos.  Participants are encouraged to submit photos of their tattoo(s), branches of service (if applicable), and wars served in (if applicable) to and/or call 334-240-4982.

Food for Fines
May 9 through June 9, 2018
     The Montgomery City-County Public Library’s annual Food For Fines Campaign will run for four weeks, from Wednesday, May 9  through June 9 at all ten MCCPL libraries.
Here’s how it works: Bring in a minimum of 13 ounces of non-perishable, canned food items with EACH overdue book or overdue media item (i.e. DVD, CD, book-on-tape, etc.) during the campaign. Your overdue fine will be forgiven and your record will be cleared for that item. Overdue items must be returned at the same time as your canned food donation.
The general public is invited to join our staff and patrons by dropping off non-perishable, canned food items to your nearest MCCPL library during this campaign. Look for the big blue barrel! Your donation is greatly appreciated. Since MCCPL began Food for Fines in 2001, more than 15,000 overdue items have been returned to the library and the community has donated thousands of pounds of food for the Montgomery Area Food Bank.
Montgomery City-County Public Library is proud to partner with the Montgomery Area Food Bank to help feed individuals and families in need across Alabama. The Montgomery Area Food Bank is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, doing everything possible to combat hunger and food insecurity in 35 of Alabama’s 67 counties through a framework of philanthropic, logistic and educational programs. We connect people, food and resources to satisfy emergent hunger needs, while targeting healthier outcomes and self-sufficiency.

Remembering Jean Kimball Daniel
 The Montgomery City-County Public Library family is saddened by the passing of Jean Kimball Daniel. Mrs. Daniel served as a Library Trustee from 1959 to 1962. She, along with her husband, Dr. William A. Daniel, Jr., were deeply interested in adolescent development and technology. In 2017, the Library was honored to receive a donation from the Daniel Family to create The Jean Kimball Daniel Adolescent Technology Center, as part of the Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library renovation. This gift has enabled us to triple the number of computers in the young adult department, install smartboards, and build a video/sound editing studio where young people can create videos, record podcasts, and compose music. We are forever grateful for Mrs. Daniel’s and her children’s commitment to improving access to technology at the library for our community’s young adults.


Introducing the CloudLibrary, where MCCPL connects with any library in our state whose collection is in the cloud.  What does that mean to you?  It means that if MCCPL has a collection of 5,000 items and other libraries have a collection of 30,000 items that you are now selecting from a collection of 35,000 items.  With that increase in the collection, you are bound to find something to read during the wee hours of the morning or night.  No need to fret if reading puts you asleep, go on and take that nap because when you awaken that item will be waiting on you.  Yes, that is correct; it will be sitting right where you left it without having fallen from your hands or lap.  Let the computer, iPad, laptop, cell phone, or tablet babysit you while you rest your weary eyes.
But what is more important is that you do not need to try to remember when the book is due back to the library because it will automatically return itself to the collection. No fines to pay! And yes, you can also renew the item if no one has placed a hold on it.  As you can tell it’s pretty much the same service that we have presented over the past seven years, however, this service is more cost efficient and provides access to a larger collection of titles. 
Brought to you as a service component of the new Montgomery City-County Public Library and funded by the City of Montgomery and the Montgomery County Commission. 
Montgomery City-County Public Library provides access to information to all citizens of Montgomery County.  Should you need assistance simply stop by one of the ten branches and ask the staff for assistance.  

Montgomery City-County Public Library Helps With Tracing Family Trees
Ancestry Public Library Edition
Automotive Repair Information
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Homework Assistance for 2017 - 2018 School Year
Homework Assistance Schedule

Rufus Lewis Library, 3095 Mobile Hwy - Mondays (6-7:30pm) 240-4848
Coliseum Library, 840 Coliseum Blvd - Tuesdays (5-6:00pm) 271-7005     
Morgan Library, 245 High Street - Tuesdays (6-7:30pm) 240-4982 or 240-4992
E L Lowder Library, 2590 Bell Road - Wednesdays (6-7:30pm) 244-5717
Governor’s Square, 2885-B East South Blvd - Thursdays (4-5:45pm) 284-7929  

Library Hours for the Montgomery City-County Public Library
What's all the Hoopla about?
We are making a lot of "Hoopla" over something new and great.

The Montgomery City-County Public Library adds Gale Courses

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WebCams Available
The Montgomery City-County Public Library has web cameras for use by persons who have deployed family members. You only need to set up an account on both ends of the service. If you regularly receive e-mails from your family member then you can set up an account to see and talk to them live at the library. The library allows as many members of the family as necessary to take advantage of this service. This service is also being offered to others who have family members is other states or countries.