Signing up for your first library card is a noteworthy moment in any child’s life. Your first library card is an early rite of passage that opens exciting new worlds to discover! Studies have shown that reading is an essential component for success and quality of life. A library card is a free ticket to educational and recreational resources that the whole family can enjoy together. Pinellas County Public Libraries provide a range of free services and resources for parents and children including family story times, homework help, tech classes, book clubs, crafting, e-resources, and so much more!
Introducing “3 for ME” — A great way to get a Library Card for your child!
Beginning September 2017, your Pinellas Public Library offers a brand-new library card for children and teens, ages 4-17, called “3 for ME.” Here’s what you need to know:
- Free access to all e-resources
- Checkout 3 books only (no DVDs, CDs, etc.)
- Cards used countywide by any Pinellas County resident
- Sign up using name, date of birth, and contact information – no ID needed!
- No parent or guardian signature needed
The goal of this program is to provide children and teens equal access to reading materials and information. Sign up for your 3 for ME card today!