Getting Started Getting a Library Card Library cards are free. You must be a TX resident and bring a current photo ID. If your current address is not on your ID, please also provide proof of address. Ages 5-17 need a guardian responsible for the account. For temporary online access, visit: www.countylibrary.org/self_registration.htm
Accessing Our Databases Visit www.countylibrary.org and click “Databases” on the navigation bar. You can view databases by title or subject. Once you select a database, you may be prompted to log in using your library barcode and PIN number (last 4 digits of your phone number) Did you know that you can access eBooks, audiobooks, music, movies, magazines, and more? Visit www.countylibrary.org/digital.htm
Central Branch 104 I-45 North Conroe, TX 77301 936-539-7814 Malcolm Purvis Library 510 Melton St. Magnolia, TX 77354 936-442-7704 Charles B. Stewart—West Branch 202 Bessie Price Owen Dr. Montgomery, TX 77356 936-788-8314 R. B. Tullis Branch 21569 US Hwy 59 New Caney, TX 77357 281-577-8968 George & Cynthia Woods Mitchell 8125 Ashlane Way The Woodlands, TX 77382 936-442-7728 South Regional 2101 Lake Robbins Dr. The Woodlands, TX 77380 936-442-7727 R. F. Meador Branch 709 W. Montgomery Willis, TX 77378 936-442-7740 Revised 9/21/17
Resources At Your Library www.countylibrary.org
Databases Biography in Context - Biographical information and articles.
DIY Resources - Chilton automotive repair, hobbies/crafts, home improvement, and more.
Explora - Wide range of subjects including arts, literature, biographies, current events, geography, health, history, science, and math
Genealogy Resources - Excellent resources available for genealogical research.
Language Databases - Excellent resources to learn a new language, including KidSpeak, which offers interactive learning for kids.
Literature Resource Center - Author biographies and literary criticism for a wide range of titles studied in school.
Learning Express - Excellent resource for a variety of topics, which range from computer skills, career development, and test prep (GED, SAT, ACT, etc.).
Science in Context - Covers science topics in depth, including science experiments.
Topic Search - Explore current events and political, economic, and controversial issues.
Reading Resources BookFlix - Read the book and watch the story through Scholastic’s interactive games and videos. EBSCO eBooks - Comprehensive collection of eBooks on a wide range of subjects.
Hoopla - Popular music, movies, audiobooks, eBooks, comics, and television shows. Visit the app store to download titles for all ages.
Flipster - Access to digital magazines, including Men’s Health, Southern Living, Sports Illustrated, O Magazine.
*For more of our databases, visit www.countylibrary.org/databases.htm*
BookButler - Based on your interests, library staff members will create a customized reading list for you. Fill out the request form at www.countylibrary.org/book_butler.htm
Genealogy Department - Skilled genealogy and local history reference assistance, programs and classes, obituary requests, and more at our Central Library.
Fresh*Reads - Our new online book club. Visit www.countylibrary.org/freshreads.htm
Interlibrary Loan - ILL services allows you
Fresh*Print - Library publication featuring
to borrow materials (books, DVDs, articles, etc.) not owned by our library system.
our new and exciting titles. Visit www.countylibrary.org/freshprint.htm
Library Catalog - Click “Catalog” at the top
for kids, teens, and adults. Visit the app store to download popular titles for all ages.
of our main webpage to search for, request, or renew items. You can also download our library app at www.countylibrary.org/mobileapp.htm
TumbleBooks - Online storybooks, g