Library2Go

Library2Go! a wide range of library services for those who are unable to visit our library buildings.

Communities
Library2Go! Vans and Mobile Learning Labs

Library2Go! vans bring library materials to small childcare centers, low-income housing, and senior centers each week. A variety of books, audiobooks, DVDs, and CDs for all ages are available for checkout onboard.

Mobile Learning Labs bring computer workshops on a variety of topics out into all of the communities we serve.

Children
ABC Express and KidReach

ABC Express buses bring library materials to large childcare centers and community neighborhoods each month. A wide variety of books, music, and movies for children from birth to age five are available for checkout onboard.

KidReach delivers Book Boxes to school-aged children at childcare centers and home childcare businesses. Book Boxes provide 80 paperback books for every 50 children at a site. Titles are selected for children in grades K-6.

Seniors
Traveling Library Center

The Traveling Library Center (TLC) brings library services and materials to retirement homes, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities each month. Services include checkout of library materials, holds delivery, deposit collections, and more.

Disabled Residents
Words On Wheels

Words on Wheels delivers library materials to adult and group home residents each month. Books, audiobooks, CDs, DVDs, and more are available by request.

Computer Education Classes
Techlab

The Techlab bus brings free computer classes to places in our community with limited access to in-library services. Classes accommodate up to eight attendees.

Youth
Incarcerated Youth

We provide library materials and services to detained youth at the Youth Services Center. The Seattle Public Library provides Mobile Services to residents within Seattle city limits.

The Washington Talking Book and Braille Library provides free public library services including access to reading materials for individuals who are unable to read standard print material.

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