We have a a number of e-reader tablets available for checkout, each e-reader policy is different, you can read the policies here.
The Kindle is available for a 14-day loan period, holds may be placed on it, but it can only be picked up and returned to the Balsam Lake Public Library.
Our IPads are available as in-library use only. NO Holds may be placed on it and you cannot remove it from the library.
The library connects users to over one million library items through the MORE shared system. Today registering for a library card means more than just great books. It also provides online access to databases such as EBSCO with home and car repair information or HeritageQuest featuring one of the largest collections of genealogy material in the country. Check it out! www.more.lib.wi.us
The library hosts a wide range of programs for life-long learning at any age. From author visits to computer classes. Ask a librarian for dates and information.
With your MORE library card, check out a computer for up to an hour to use the library's high-speed internet access. Black and white laser jet printer available at a cost of $0.10 per page. We also offer free wireless internet access.
The library staff is available to help you find the information you need, just ask. You may visit the library, send an email to email@example.com,call with a question or use the Ask Away online service.
Tools such as a magnifying reader, big print keyboards, touch screens and adaptive computer mice are available for use in the library.
The library staff is available to help you find the information you need, just ask. You may visit the library, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, call with a question or use the Ask Away online service.
Gift & Donation Policy
The library appreciates any monetary donations and is grateful for the gifts of new and used books. In accepting gift books, the library reserves the right to decide which gifts are sold during the library book sale. Receipts for gifts can only indicate the type and number of items donated. The donor is responsible for deciding the value of the donated items.