Brunswick County Library System
Beginning Friday, March 20, 2020, all Brunswick County library branches are closed to the public until further notice. Staff remains available to answer questions via phone or email. See the BRANCH LOCATIONS page for contact information for your nearest branch. You may hold on to any items currently checked out until we reopen. No fines will be charged.
Welcome to Brunswick County Library System! We have five branches across Brunswick County, offering books, magazines, movies, audiobooks, and music CDs for loan. We also offer computer access, educational and community events, and eBooks. Temporary library cards are available to seasonal and part-time residents visiting for at least one month.
- View branch locations and contact information.
To view your account and borrowed items, to place holds or to renew items, click here to log in to our online catalog. You’ll be prompted for the barcode on the back of your library card. Your PIN by default is the last four digits of your phone number.
Our collection of eBooks is available here. eBooks may be downloaded within a web browser or through the Axis 360 app across numerous devices. Click here to view instructions for using the app. To access eBooks you will need the barcode on your library card as well as your PIN — typically the last four digits of your phone number.
With your Brunswick County library card, you can access NCLive.org, a collection of resources — including eBooks, periodical archives, historical information, genealogy databases and much more — provided by the State Library of North Carolina. Just log in by selecting the Brunswick County Library and using the barcode on the back of your card (no spaces).
In addition to our own Axis 360 collection, TumbleBooks is now available with free eBooks and audiobooks for all ages, to keep you well stocked with reading material during your time at home. You don’t need a library card or login info, just click the links below for access!
– TumbleBook Library: children’s eBooks, kindergarten through 6th grade
– TumbleMath: eBooks for math learning, kindergarten through 6th grade
– TeenBookCloud: young adult eBooks, 7th through 12th grade
– AudioBookCloud: audiobooks for all ages
– RomanceBookCloud: a collection of romance eBooks for older readers
HELPFUL LINKS FOR CHILDREN AND PARENTS
As we hunker down, families adjusting to their altered routine may find themselves needing new avenues of entertainment and enrichment. Here are a few suggestions culled from across the internet for young learners. We will continue to add to the list!
– Mrs. Morgan’s virtual storytime
– NASA at Home, for kids and families
– Stuffed Animal Sleepover at the Madison Mayodan Library
– Mo Willems livestreams via the Kennedy Center
– Oliver Jeffers daily stories on Instagram
– Mr. Jon & Friends’ music, puppets and more
– Cincinnati Zoo Home Safaris
– North Carolina parks & historical places online tours
– Story Time from Space
– Free art lessons from Jarrett Krosoczka
– DIY Projects for kids from Moss & March
– NCLive Learn at Home: resources for students, parents and teachers