Mentor Library launches 3 Free for Me card for kids

Kids can borrow up to three children's books with the Three Free for Me card.

Kids can borrow up to three children’s books with the 3 Free for Me card.

Mentor Public Library wants everyone to have access to books, especially children.

That’s why MPL has launched the 3 Free for Me library card just for kids.

The 3 Free for Me card doesn’t require a parent or guardian’s signature. With it, kids 12 and younger can borrow up to three children’s books at any Mentor Library branch. That way, no child has to leave the library empty handed.

This special card is only good for children’s books. It cannot be used to check out movies, music or adult books. If children want to borrow any of those items, then they will need their parent’s or legal guardian’s permission to get a MPL all-access card.

Getting a new book (or three) to read, just got easier with the 3 Free for Me card from Mentor Library.

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