In tough economic times, parents might find it harder than ever to make sure their children have everything they need for school. Luckily, the more important school supply of all does not cost a thing. It’s your Bloomfield Township Public Library card.
Libraries support literacy education by providing teaching resources as well as access to music, movies, the Internet, books and more. By encouraging children to read, librarians create lifelong readers.
Of course, library cards aren’t just for kids. A recent report found that the importance of libraries in American life continued to grow in 2010 – and accelerated dramatically as the national economy declined and people looked for sources of cost effective help in a time of need. In fact, 68% of American adults have a library card. Now more than ever, people turn to and depend on their public library.
If you don’t have your Bloomfield Township Public Library card, come on in and get one. It’s easy. Anyone who lives or works in Bloomfield Township may apply for a library card. Just visit the Library’s circulation desk with photo identification to get yours today.
For more information on how to sign up for your library card, visit the Library at 1099 Lone Pine Road, Bloomfield Township, MI, 48302 or call us at (248)642-5800 or click on our website at www.btpl.org .