Union Vale Residents Library Services
Access the library services below using your User Code and PIN.
Teen Book Club
Monthly book clubs exclusively geared toward teens.
It is a free service and the chosen book of the month is available longer
than normal loaning and has downloadable discussion sheets available
to help in participation.
Step 1: Click here to complete your
This form will enable you to get a User Code and a PIN number
to access the sites below. This information will be emailed to you.
Hard copies of your card will be held for you in the Town Clerk's office
for you to pickup at your convenience.
Audiobooks, eReaders, Bound Books,
CD's and DVD's
Over 7,000 periodicals in newspaper and magazine format. The publications cover US and worldwide printings. Each available for 90 days. They are printable and social media sharing adaptable.
Is there something specific you are looking for?
SPECIAL REQUEST FORM
**Please denote what type of format for each request
Stream the best in cinema for free with your UV Access card.
Watch over 30,000 documentaries, classics, international films, and learning videos, including selections from the Criterion Collection, The Great Courses, and Frontline series.
Adult Book Club
A fun way to experience the latest and hottest books in the privacy of your home.
Involvement in the book club gives you a longer lending time for said book and
downloadable discussion group questions.
Apply for a Library Cardat the New York Public Library
As a New York State Resident become a library card holder. Any person who lives, works, attends school or pays property taxes in New York State is eligible to receive a New York Public Library card free of charge.
With this card you can either visit one of their 92 branches or borrow library materials, as your card allows you to download digital media such as e-books and audio books, search hundreds of electronic databases and more.
192 Highlights magazines available online for ages 2-12.
Interactive and printable rewards as different tasks are completed.
To Download E-Booksgo to "Project Gutenberg, in full Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation a nonprofit organization (since 2000) that maintains an electronic library of public domain works that have been digitized, or converted into e-books, by volunteers and archived for download from the organization’s Web site: www.gutenberg.org. The project got its start on July 4, 1971, when Michael Hart, a student at the University of Illinois, began typing the U.S. Declaration of Independence into the school’s computer system for distribution free of charge. He soon followed with the works of William Shakespeare and the Bible. Thus began Project Gutenberg, the oldest digital library." Encyclopaedia Britannica
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