Fall book box available for tweens/teens

Library gives away customized book boxes in November

The library will be giving away free book boxes designed for tweens and teens ages 10 and up. Each box contains an age-appropriate book and an assortment of goodies to enjoy. The boxes are designed to encourage an interest in reading and provide fun, curated activities for tweens and teens.

Patrons can register to receive a book box by finding the TEENS/TWEENS page under the YOUTH/FAMILY menu at josephinelibrary.org or by visiting the direct link: josephinelibrary.org/youth-and-family/teens-and-tweens. Participants will be notified when their box is available for pick-up at their preferred branch.

Registration for the Fall Book Box is open until Saturday, October 16 and will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.

Curbside pick-up is available at all four branches in Grants Pass, Illinois Valley, Williams, and Wolf Creek from 12–4 pm on Friday and Saturdays. Online library services such as instant online library card registration, ebooks, audiobooks, virtual entertainment, and learning tools for all ages are available through the library website. Internet and WiFi will remain accessible outside all four library branches 24/7 and laptops and WiFi hotspots are available for checkout.

For more information the teen/tween book box program, visit josephinelibrary.org, send an email to info@josephinelibrary.org, or call 541-476-0571.