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What Is the Value of Your
The Many Uses of Your Library Card
A Maywood Public Library Card grants you the liberty to check out numerous materials, ranging from novels, biographies, computer manuals, poetry, magazines, DVDs, music CDs, books on CD, and videocassettes. When new materials arrive, they are set off to the side, allowing patrons to see what new items the Library has acquired.
Some of our new items include:
Resurrecting Mingus: A Novel by Jenoyne
Promises to Keep by Jane Green
No Time to Die: A Mali Anderson Mystery by Grace F. Edwards
The Girl Who Fell from the Sky by Heidi W. Durrow
Beachcombers by Nancy Thayer
Getting What We Deserve: Health and Medical Care in America by Alfred
Office 2010 for Seniors by Faithe Wempen
MacMost.Com Guide To Switching To The Mac by Gary Rosenzweig
Fr. McBride's Guide to the Bible by Alfred McBride
Lyrics of Lowly Life by Paul Laurence Dunbar
The Insider’s Guide to the Colleges by The Yale Daily News
The Songwriter's Survival Guide to Success: How to Pitch Your Songs by Dude McLean
The Essential Hospital Handbook: by Patrick Conlon
Live in Concert by Jazz Futures
All in One by Karen Clark-Sheard
Putumayo Presents Latin Party by Putumayo World Music
Interview the Best: The Process instructed by Alan Ladd
Collapse by Michael C. Ruppert
Safety Smart Science with Bill Nye the Science Guy: Electricity
2009-10 NBA Champions: Los Angeles Lakers
The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo starring Niels Arden Oplev
Spotlight on Literacy
Literacy involves not only reading, but comprehending mathematical equations and other related matters in life. The Library provides several items which can be utilized to augment one’s literary skills, including a Literacy Room devoted to the improvement of one’s reading and mathematical skills.
Applying Research in Reading Instruction for Adults: First Steps
for Teachers by Susan McShane
Multiple Intelligences and Adult Literacy: A Sourcebook for Practitioners by Julie Viens
English Idioms for Spanish Speakers by Eugene Savaiano
Essential Mathematics for Life:
Decimals and Fractions by Mary
Math for Employment: Basic Money Skills by Larry Parsku
Essential Mathematics for Life: Percents and Proportions by Mary Charuhas
Requirements for Obtaining a Maywood Public Library Card
If the photo ID does not have a current address, 2 additional forms of ID are needed for proof of residency, such as an auto insurance card, medical bill, property tax bill, auto registration card, medical card, check book, utility bill, hospital bill, or a voter's registration card.
High School students under the age of 18 must show a School ID and a Drivers Permit. The student's parent or legal guardian must be present to sign the application, and the parent or legal guardian must show 2 ID's. One of the IDs must be a Drivers License or Illinois State ID.
In order to obtain a Library Card for a child, the child’s parent or legal guardian must be present to sign the application, and the parent or guardian must show 2 ID's. One of the IDs must be a Drivers License or Illinois State ID.