You can request books by signing onto your account at catalog.marshallcolibrary.org or calling 270-527-9969. Please give staff at least 30 minutes to gather your material before coming to pick up your items. Once you’re in the parking lot, remain in your vehicle and call to let us know you’re here. A staff person will bring your material out and leave it on a cart. Please do not leave your car until the staff person is back inside the library. We cannot bring your material out if anyone is outside of their vehicle.
To allow at-risk patrons to stay safe at home, all materials currently checked out are due August 1. We ask that you only use the drop boxes at this time if you are taking advantage of our curbside service. All material returned will go through a quarantine and disinfecting process, and getting too many items returned at once will overwhelm our system. So, hang onto those a little longer if you can!
The staff of the Marshall County Public Library is going to be doing everything in our power to ensure the materials you receive are clean and safe for you and your family to use. However, the safest library is the one you can access on any device from the comfort of your home. If you’re not already using our digital services, log on to marshallcolibrary.org and find out about all the great books, movies, and music you can access anytime, day or night, from the Marshall County Public Library.
This year's Summer Reading Program will look a little bit different due to the changes brought about by COVID-19. Students are encouraged to participate as much as they like, but the Elementary and Teen Programs have different minumums to meet in order to receive a prize.
Click this link to access our 2020 SRP Hub
For more summer fun, check out these Quarantine Fun for Kids links by clicking here!
KYVL is the Kentucky Virtual Library. It is dedicated to supplying all Kentuckians with a comprehensive and dynamic collection of information, but what does this mean for you? Resources are separated into categories: Students and Professionals. It's further broken down into age ranges for Students - from elementary to college, and broken down by diciplines for Professionals.
From literary selections for young readers, lots of media-rich content, atlases and timelines, resources that help you build and present knowledge, to resouces for teachers and healthcare professionals, there's no shortage of useful information - all available at your fingertips.
Login information cannot be provided until requested. Get it by calling (270) 527-9969.
You can find almost everything under the sun. From contemporary to historical to regency to paranormal, and much of everything in between.
Only romance. All day, and all night.
No software downloads
No check outs
No wait periods
Just click and read.
Do you consider yourself a history buff? We do too!
Did you know we have a Local History page? We love local and state history and we're very proud of what we've accomplished with the page. We recently added the TV series A Walk in Time with Justin Lamb as well as videos of Marshall County Fiscal Court meetings going all the way back to 2012.
There's the Kentucky Digital Library's Oral History Collection, Pass The Word, and many more options to catch up and learn about your state and the area around you. Check it out and be sure to share with friends.