Once again the McDonald County Library is helping both our patrons and Crosslines by offering a great deal to clear out your overdue fines!
During the month of November, you can clear your overdue fees and start fresh! Just stop by any of our library branches and pay as much as you can afford (we are asking for 1/2 of the total you owe, but can accept less if that is a hardship for you) and the library will donate 100% of what you pay to our local Crosslines charity to assist those less fortunate in our county during the holidays.
HURRY! This deal is valid through the end of November ONLY. Don’t miss this great opportunity!
(Please note: This deal doesn’t apply to lost or damaged book fees. But we are also willing to work with you on that. Please contact us to arrange a special deal by calling the Pineville Library at 417-223-4489.)
Our library bids a fond farewell to Carrie Cline, who has done an extraordinary job of managing and building up our library for nearly 15 years.
She has taken the Library Director position at the Neosho / Newton County library, so she won’t be too far away, and we will continue to work in co-operation with her whenever possible.
Carrie has built a great reputation for children’s programming here, and our staff will endeavor to continue providing the same high standard of commitment and service that she has set.
We wish her all the best at her new library!
The Missouri Conservation Department is partnering with the McDonald County Library and is providing fishing poles and tackle boxes to check out, free of charge. Take your time and enjoy the water for up to a week before you return them. Available at the main library in Pineville.
Our young patrons are very important to the library, and we have Story Times each Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Pineville Library. We read stories to each group, then give them opportunities to participate in fun crafts and other activities.
Reading is such an important skill to have, and a child is never too young to develop a love of books and literature. We encourage all parents to bring their preschool-aged children… And this isn’t like a class structure where you must attend each week – just come whenever you can!
If you have any questions call the Pineville Library (223-4489) or email us at: email@example.com
We’ve rolled out a new time & effort-saving feature that we hope you will love…
Now, when you search our OPAC (Online Public Card Catalog), you also have easy access to our E-Book & Audio collection. Just look for the OverDrive buttons and tabs…
If you click on the OverDrive button – example shown on the far right, above – when you start your search, this will take you directly to the OverDrive E-Book and Audiobook results.
Otherwise, when you perform a search by Keyword, Title, Author, etc… You will be shown results in our library collection first.
To search the OverDrive E-Book & Audio results for the same search, simply click the OverDrive tab.
We hope this search integration will now make it even easier to find the material you are looking for!
Our Library is part of the Missouri consortium, and partnered with OverDrive to make thousands of eBooks and Audiobooks available for loan to cardholders of the McDonald County Library!
To find eBooks and Audiobooks available for download, search Missouri Libraries 2 Go.
If you’ve never downloaded from this site before, you may find it useful to take the Guided Tour and/or read the Quick Start Guide.
You will need to download some free software to read/listen to these downloads. It is highly recommended to either take the Guided Tour and/or read the Quick Start Guide FIRST, before you download titles. Help is available online if you need it… Give it a try!
Software downloads are available here for: OverDrive Media Console and Adobe Digital Editions
For product-specific information about your brand & model of eBook reader/tablet, try the OverDrive Device Resource Center.
Kindle users can watch this video to see step-by-step instructions on downloading Library eBooks.
Note: The Missouri Libraries 2 Go service is for our library patrons only. You will be prompted to enter your library card information when you begin your download.
There is a limit of five (5) eBooks/Audiobooks borrowed from the Missouri Libraries 2 Go site per patron.
However, ANYONE may download as many as they please of the thousands of additional free eBook titles from Project Gutenberg.
(The Project Gutenberg eBooks are for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy them, give them away or re-use them under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with these eBooks or online at www.gutenberg.org.)
When prompted for your library card number, enter your number EX-cluding all the leading zeroes.
For example: If the number on your library card (located underneath the barcode) is 00091234, then enter 91234 when prompted.
If your library card number is 00123456, then enter 123456 when prompted.
Also see this list of more FREE eBook sources!
In 1938, the Hollywood movie “Jesse James” was filmed in the Missouri Ozarks. The movie, produced by Twentieth Century Fox and starring Tyrone Power, Henry Fonda, and Nancy Kelly, was primarily filmed in McDonald County, and many of its citizens took part in the movie as extras. The film, which was a box office success, was Missouri’s first major contribution to Hollywood filmmaking history. And every August the city of Pineville continues to commemorate its role in the film with its annual “Jesse James Days” celebration.
The Jesse James Movie collection includes photographs and memorabilia from the 1938 shooting of the film. These items document the arrival of Hollywood stars and production teams, the filming of the movie in Pineville and elsewhere in McDonald County, and involvement of locals. Included are on- and off-set candid shots of the movie stars.
The Missouri Digital Heritage site (formally “Virtually Missouri”) has more than 6.8 million records, including the collections of the Missouri State Archives, the Missouri State Library and more than 50 institutions from across the state. There’s a wealth of fascinating photographs, maps, state records and other historical documents. We are very pleased to be a part of this excellent resource!