What materials can my child access?

Minors have access to all materials while in the library. They can check items from any collections except audio and dvd, due to the high costs of replacing those items.

A parent/guardian obtaining a card for a child is giving their child consent to checkout any circulating materials. The reading and viewing activity of children is the responsibility of parents or legal guardians, who ultimately guide and oversee their own child’s development. Possession and use of a library card signifies an agreement to be bound by the loan information and library policies and procedures of the Library.

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1. Does it cost anything to get a library card?
2. How old do you need to be to get a card?
3. What do I need to get a library card?
4. What do I need to get a card if I'm a minor?
5. Can I still get a card if I have an out of state ID?
6. I have a card from another library in Nevda; can I still get a card from Mybrary?
7. If I don't have a Mybrary card, can I access your online databases?
8. What materials can my child access?