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Lobby HoursMonday, Wednesday, Friday: 12 - 6 pmTuesday, Thursday: 12 -7 pmCurbside HoursMonday - Friday: 12 - 6 pmFor curbside service details and to schedule your pick-up, visit bit.ly/cozbycurbside.Browsing by AppointmentMonday - Friday: 10:15 am - 5:30 pmFor Browsing by Appointment details and to schedule your trip, visit bit.ly/cozbybrowsing.Computer Appointment HoursMonday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 am - 5 pmTuesday, Thursday: 10 am - 6:30 pmFor computer appointment details and to schedule your appointment, visit bit.ly/cozbycomputers.Study Table AppointmentsMonday - Friday: 10 am - 1 pm and 2 - 5 pmFor study table details and to schedule your appointment, visit bit.ly/cozbystudytable.
Welcome to Book Match, a reader's advisory service of the Cozby Library and Community Commons. Book Match is a personalized service to match you with suggested books or authors to read next. Just fill out the form and our librarians will provide you with recommendations based on the information you provide within 5 to 7 business days. If you would like recommendations for multiple people in your family, such as yourself and your children, please fill out a separate form for each person. https://bit.ly/cozbybookmatch
The Cozby Library and Community Commons is excited to announce we will begin offering Flipster digital magazines. Our subscription for RBdigital magazines will end on November 30. Stay tuned for more news about the app and the new magazine titles we will be offering.
The Cozby Library and Community Commons is proud to announce that it is a Texas Book Festival 2020 Library Grant recipient. The grant awards the library $2,500 to purchase adult books written in Spanish and Hindi. These books will be part of the forthcoming World Languages Collection. Based on survey responses from our community, the World Languages Collection will also include children’s books in Spanish, French, simplified Chinese, and Hindi. The Texas Book festival's mission is to promote literacy and support Texas libraries. Since 1996, the organization has funded 1,169 grants totaling over $3 million to 600+ libraries across the state of Texas. For more information on the grant and the Texas Book Festival, visit https://www.texasbookfestival.org/.
The World Languages Collection is available now. Search the catalog by language, title, or author and then use the filters to narrow the search more.