Love to read, but can’t get to the library?

This free program loans large print books and audiobooks by mail to people with special needs who can't regularly visit their local library.

A few comments from our patrons:
"Thank you very much for the books, they keep me company in the long hours I'm alone." — Bill

Library service as close as your mailbox:
Patrons receive library materials directly to their homes through U.S. Mail in our reusable blue bags. Postage is free both ways. We offer a wide range of subjects and genres, with over 30,000 books available for loan in specialized formats.

Qualifying reasons may include: physical disability low vision/ visual impairment recovery from illness or surgery chronic disease or medical condition age 65 or older

“Thank you so much for finding a lot of difficult books to find. Reading has always been important to me. But now that I‟m confined to a wheelchair and quite disabled, it‟s my escape.” — Mildred

“How could I have lived this long (96 years) and not read „The Secret Garden‟? My education is now complete.” — Irene

This free service is available to qualifying residents of Cayuga, Cortland, Seneca, Tioga, and Tompkins Counties in NY.

To check if you qualify, please contact us or visit us online! (607) 273-4074, x 247 1-800-909-3557, x 247

Cortland County: Cinncinnatus: Kellogg Free Library Cortland: Cortland Free Library Homer: Phillips Free Library McGraw: Lamont Memorial Library Marathon: Peck Memorial Library Seneca County: Interlaken: Interlaken Public Library Lodi: Lodi Whittier Library Ovid: Edith B. Ford Memorial Library Seneca Falls: Seneca Falls Library Waterloo: Waterloo Library & Historical Society Tioga County: Apalachin: Apalachin Library Berkshire: Berkshire Free Library Candor: Candor Free Library Newark Valley: Tappan-Spaulding Memorial Library Owego: Coburn Free Library Nichols: George P. & Susan Platt Cady Library Spencer: Spencer Library Waverly: Waverly Free Library Tompkins County: Dryden: Southworth Library Groton: Groton Public Library Ithaca: Tompkins County Public Library Lansing: Lansing Community Library Newfield: Newfield Public Library Trumansburg: Ulysses Philomathic Library
Revised 11/10


 Mail-It applications are also available at all system libraries:
Cayuga County: Auburn: Seymour Public Library District Aurora: Aurora Free Library Cato: S.B. Lang Memorial Library Fair Haven: Fair Haven Public Library Moravia: Powers Library Poplar Ridge: Hazard Library Port Byron: Port Byron Library Union Springs: Springport Free Library Weedsport: Weedsport Free Library List continues 

Brings the Library to You!
Finger Lakes Library System 119 E. Green Street Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 273-4074 x 247 1-800-909-3557 x 247

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