Place an Item On Hold
Patron ID: library card number
PIN: last four digits of number
Read eBooks and listen to an audiobook with a single tap, place items on hold and add items to your wish list. Simply download the app to get started. All you need after that is your library card number to create your account! Then you can enjoy Axis 360 anytime, anywhere!
More titles will be added soon!
After a quick one-time account set-up process, you will be able to checkout and download audiobooks!! Click on the REGISTER button on the top right hand side. You will be promoted to enter your information including YOUR LIBRARY CARD NUMBER. Remember your username and password, and visit the site anytime!
Search for and download audio and e-books.
Patron ID: library card number
PIN: last four digits of number
Joanna Bailey, Library Director
205 West Second Street
Bay Minette, Alabama 36507
Monday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Tuesday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m
Our newest addition to the valuable resources: free driving tests. Click the link above to try it out!
The new app for everything Recorded Books!
With RBDigital you also have access to Magazines for Libraries, your library subscribes to magazines, choosing from hundreds of popular titles in the world's largest digital newsstand. You, the patron, can then check out complete, multi-access magazines with no holds, checkout periods, or maximum quantities. Enjoy these magazines online with a number of popular browsers or with the RBdigital app on all major devices. Access it here...https://www.rbdigital.com/50emagazine/service/magazines/
ALL YOU NEED IS YOUR LIBRARY CARD NUMBER TO GET STARTED! CLICK THE LINK AND CREATE YOUR FREE ACCOUNT TODAY!
Create an account using your library card number!
Sentimental Productions DVDs available at your local library! Two different collections -- Sentimental Sing-Alongs and Sentimental Serenity -- are little gems waiting to be discovered!
The Sentimental Sing-Along collection features performances of memorable songs that mark important eras in our nations history. Your library has nine different volumes including "Songs from the Home Front," "Songs from the Heartland," and "Cowboy and Campfire Songs." Have a listen at www.youtube.com!
The Sentimental Serenity collection highlights different regions in the United States including the Gulf Coast, Southeast and the Great Plains.Take a sneak peek of the Great Plains at www.youtube.com!
Check out our new Bay Minette Browsers facebook page. It's for ANYONE WHO LOVES BOOKS! It is NOT limited to book club members. Share what you are currently reading, your favorite books and authors and make book suggestions. If there is a book you loved and want others to read then this is the place for you to share it! Happy Reading!
The Bay Minette Public Library has expanded its services with audiobooks, eBooks, and music now available for download! Library card holders can check out and download digital media anytime, anywhere by visiting this website and clicking on the Camellia Net link on the upper right hand corner of the page. Users may browse the library's website, check out with a valid library card (from any library in the county that is participating in the Camellia Net consortium), and download to PC, Mac, Nook, Kindle, iPod, iPad, Sony Reader, and many other mobile devices. Users will need to install free software (except for Kindle books) -- OverDrive Media Console for audiobooks and music and Adobe Digital Editions for eBooks. Titles can be enjoyed immediately or transferred to a variety of devices. Some audio titles can also be burned to CD to listen on-the-go. Titles will automatically expire after the two week lending period or you can change the default to a seven day lending period if you prefer. There are no late fees!
Quick Guide to Using Camellia Net
The type of device you are using determines your next step. The most common e-readers we are seeing are Kindles, Nooks, iPads and iPods/phones, Android phones, and various tablets. E-books can also be read on your desktop or laptop. When you pull up a book on CamelliaNet, you will see a box like this:
Adobe EPUB eBook
Kindles can only use Kindle books.
Nooks use Adobe EPUB.
On an Apple product (iPad, iPod/phone), Android, computer, or other tablet, you will need to install apps. The app to read Kindle books is the Kindle app. The Overdrive Console app will allow you to read Adobe EPUB. Both apps are free.
Kindle books are managed through your Kindle account on Amazon. After check out, your book will be available for download through Amazon.
Nook users have an extra step. You will need to download Adobe Digital Editions (also free) to your personal computer and create an Adobe ID. You will then need to authorize your device with your Adobe ID. Dock your Nook to your computer. Your library book will download to your computer. Open Adobe Digital Editions and go to the library view. Drag the title to the “NOOK” icon. Undock the NOOK from your computer. In the Library, open My Documents. The title should be available to be read for the period of time specified by the library.
Other users can download EPUB books directly from the Overdrive Console, without going through a computer.
You will be asked to choose your library, then enter your card #. This is the long number on the back of your library card. Your pin is the last four digits of that #.
Throughout history the public library has been held in high esteem as a seat of knowledge, recognized as a public trust, and noted for its integral role in the community’s well being and sense of worth. The mission of the Bay Minette Public Library is to continue this honored and honorable tradition by enriching our community with an abundance of resources, including modern and traditional access points to information, as well as by providing a variety of services with the betterment of the patron the first and foremost priority.
Books were hard to come by at the turn of the century. Expensive when they could be found at all, books from religious writings to Shakespeare to popular western novels were a treat for the wealthy. But in Bay Minette, all of that was about to change. In 1922, the Bay Minette Public Library was founded by the Women’s Civic Improvement Association – an organization that itself was founded in 1913.
Bay Minette Public Library Board
Lee Mitchell, chairman
Mary Alyce Davis, secretary
Dr. Gary Kolb
Christmas Holidays ... Saturday, December 23rd through Tuesday, December 26th
New Year's Day ... Monday, January 1st
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day ... Monday, January 15th
Mardi Gras Day ... Tuesday, February 13th
Presidents' Day .... Monday, February 19th
Good Friday .... Friday, March 30th and Saturday, March 31st
Memorial Day ... Saturday, May 26th through Monday, May 28h
Independence Day .... Wednesday, July 4th
Labor Day .... Saturday, September 1st through Monday, September 3rd
Holiday Closings are in association with recognized closings of the Baldwin County Commission
and North Baldwin Utilities.
Join Children’s Librarian Victoria Barnett every Tuesday morning at 10:00 a.m. for story time!
Email Mrs. Victoria at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the children's library to see our beautiful mural created and painted by local artist Tena Powell!
Check out all the resources for students and parents under the Valuable Resources tab!
In cooperation with Baldwin EMC's RecyclePak program, we collect "burnt-out" compact fluorescent bulbs. Simply drop them off in the recycling receptacle at the front desk!
We also collect used cell phones and charges for The Lighthouse, Baldwin County’s Domestic Violence Prevention organization.
The Bay Minette Public Library has an on-going In-House Book Sale located in our Program Room! Hard cover books, audiobooks and DVDs are $1.00 each. Books and audio/visual materials are available for purchase during library hours.
Contact: Cheryl Clarke, NBLC Director, at 251-937-1112.
NBLC volunteer tutors teach adults’ basic reading and writing skills, life skills, GED and English as a Second Language, all free of charge
Club contact: Joanna Bailey at (251) 580-1648.
Meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 1:30 p.m. in the program room.
We will read The Alice Network by Kate Quinn for October. We will meet on Monday, October 15th to discuss it.
Stop by the library and check out a copy of the current book. (Age 18 or older please.)
http://getty.edu/publications/virtuallibrary/index.html: Free digital backlist titles from the Getty Publications Archives
http://www.openingthebook.com/whichbook/ :This link will make it a little easier to decide which book to read next!
http://www.kidsknowit.com The Totally Free Children's Learning Network with educational games, links and worksheets!
Special Note: since the Learning Express library platform has changed, you will need to register on the site again!
Homeless & Low-Income Student Resource Guide: http://www.moneygeek.com/education/resources/homeless-and-low-income-student-resources/
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Student Loan Guidebook: http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/student-loan-guidebook/
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Administration on Aging https://www.acl.gov/programs
Benefits Check Up www.benefitscheckup.org
Eldercare Locator www.eldercare.gov
Family Caregiver Alliance www.caregiver.org
Meals on Wheels www.mowaa.org
National Council on the Aging www.ncoa.org
Senior Living Map www.seniorlivingmap.org
Long Term Care: http://www.assistedliving.com
Assisted Living and Senior Care: https://www.senioradvisor.com
Senior Living: http://www.seniorcare.org
Preventing Elder Financial Fraud: https://www.moneygeek.com/seniors/resources/elder-financial-abuse-prevention-guide/
Budgeting, Spending and Investing During Retirement: https://www.moneygeek.com/seniors/resources/smart-spending-in-retirement/
Action Plan for Managing Your Aging Parents' Money: https://www.moneygeek.com/seniors/resources/managing-elderly-parents-finances/
Resources for Senior Substance Abuse: https://www.drugrehab.com/addiction/seniors/
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https://www.fundera.com/resources/veterans-guide-starting-financing-small-business: A “how-to” guide for Vets on getting everything started in entrepreneurialship.
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http://supremecourtdatabase.org The Supreme Court Database is the definitive source for researchers, students, journalists, and citizens interested in the U.S. Supreme Court.
http://www.albany.edu/sourcebook/ Sourcebook of criminal justice statistics
https://www.constituteproject.org: The world's constitutions for you to read, search and compare.
http://worldpublicopinion.org: WorldPublicOpinion.org is an international collaborative project whose aim is to give voice to public opinion around the world on international issues. As the world becomes increasingly integrated, problems have become increasingly global, pointing to a greater need for understanding between nations and for elucidating global norms. With the growth of democracy in the world, public opinion has come to play a greater role in the foreign policy process. WorldPublicOpinion.org seeks to reveal the values and views of publics in specific nations around the world as well as global patterns of world public opinion.
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http://www.mesotheliomaprognosis.com: It’s your prognosis. Take action to improve it. Certain factors that influence your prognosis are within your control. You can improve your outcome, and we’re here to guide you along the way.
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Consumer Health and Safety: https://www.consumersafety.org
http://recallreport.org: Recall Report is the web’s leading resource for information about health and safety recalls, including dangerous drugs and associated mental conditions.
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