No matter what your age, Acorn has a Summer Reading Program for you! Youth Services is offering a children's program for babies, toddlers and children up to age 10, and a young adult program for tweens and teens ages 11 and up. Adults 18 and over can join the program offered by the Reference Department. Summer Reading begins June 8! Read to win prizes, and attend some of our fantastic events offered through out the summer!
More information about the Children's Program and Events can be found here.
More information about the Young Adult Program and Events can be found here.
More information about the Adult Program can be found here.
We are pleased to introduce Zinio! This digital magazine service lets you download current issues of magazines to your computer or tablet. It is compatible with iPads, Kindle Fires, Nook HD and HD+ Tablets, and most other Android devices.
Our magazine selection includes Newsweek, ESPN: The Magazine, O: The Oprah Magazine, National Geographic, Marie Claire, Rolling Stone, and Shape.
The Library has an entirely new collection of the most popular books out there! There are no holds on these books, so you may be able to get the newest and hottest book right now! This includes books by fabulous authors like James Patterson, Nora Roberts, Clive Cussler, Barbara Taylor Bradford and many, many more. For more details, see our Hot Copy flyer.
Make the most of the rich informational landscape by getting personalized reading and app recommendations from Acorn!Just follow the instructions in the questionnaires below, and we will get back to you with customized suggestions:
These forms are also available at the Library. Please contact the Reference Department with any questions.
Are you looking for some extra help with your computer skills? Let our Techtorials guide the way! Just stop by the upper level computer lab on Monday nights between 7:30 and 8:30 with your questions.
More information about the sessions can be found here.
We are currently accepting donations in order to support the Library's ongoing mission. We would be extremely grateful for any level of support you might be able to provide.
You can pick up donation envelopes at the Library or use the donate button below. The Acorn Public Library District is a non-profit organization and has a 501(c)3 number through the Illinois Library System Directors Organization (ILSDO). Donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your support!