Edgecombe County Memorial Library Offers Service for Homebound Readers

Source: Edgecombe County Memorial Library, Tarboro NC.
Source: Edgecombe County Memorial Library, Tarboro NC.

Do you like reading? Are you unable to get out? Do you live in Edgecombe County?

If so, you may be eligible to have books delivered to your home or facility. This is an ongoing, free service provided — for homebound or elderly local residents — by Edgecombe County Memorial Library, located at 909 N Main Street in Tarboro, North Carolina.

Reading materials available for delivery include:

  • Regular and Large Print books
  • Books on audio
  • Books on Kindle

Materials are available for a six-week check-out period (renewal available twice).

Call Edgecombe County Memorial Library at 252.823.1141 and ask for Yolanda to find out more about this service.

The library website is edgecombelibrary.libguides.com.


Ed. Note: Service details provided by Yolanda Thigpen.

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