Our vital services include resources for parents, students, teachers and home schoolers, storytimes for your little ones, computers for online job searching, movies, music and ebooks for downloading, and traditional books to check out. With four buildings throughout the county, a bookmobile, a book ...Read More
Whether you are homeschooling or learning remotely, Bay County Library System has plenty of resources to support your student and family! Our Children’s Department staff has compiled some of our favorite resources to supplement your child’s learning needs. Special Collections (Available for...Read More
In honor of September being Library Card Sign-up Month, we've put together a fun Beanstack challenge to teach kids (Grades K-6) how to use the Library! Earn digital badges as you learn more about our programs and services. To join, visit baycountylibrary.beanstack.org or log into your B...Read More
Introducing a new virtual craft series for teens (grades 6-12)! Our Teen Librarians will be hosting craft sessions on Zoom and demonstrating how to make the craft while the teens follow along at home. We will provide all of the supplies for pickup at the branch of your choice up to 2 weeks...Read More
I know that when the majority of people hear ‘library’, they think ‘books’. We are pretty well branded there. We have got regular books, large print books, e-books, audio-books. If it's a book, we probably have it or could get it. But there are more than books in a library (both the physical bu...Read More
We are excited to be offering a new virtual craft series for kids (ages 5-12)! Some of our Children's Librarians will be meeting on Zoom and demonstrating how to make the craft while the kids follow along at home. We will provide all of the supplies for pickup at the branch of your choice up to 2 we...Read More
Sometimes, you just want to stay inside on a rainy day and stream some movies and shows - but where to start? Book adaptations are fun ways to relax with a good book AND a good show, and right now, streaming services are full of them! Check out the list below of some popular adaptations for kids and...Read More
Literature is one way to explore difficult issues, such as racism and inequality. In response to many patron requests for books that deal with these important topics, we launched our Read Woke Reading Challenge online! There are 10 categories in the challenge, and we’ve compiled lists of recommen...Read More
This year's Summer Reading Program theme is Imagine Your Story, so it's a great time to explore fairy tales and folktales from around the world - even a few fractured ones. There's something for all ages, from picture books for the family to children, teens, and adults. Check out some that you might...Read More
Great news! You can now participate in our 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten challenge on Beanstack (our Summer Reading Program site/app)! Go to https://baycountylibrary.beanstack.com/ to get started.
If you've already started the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten challenge on p...