Open by Appointment Only

Beginning Wednesday, May 20, 2020, the library will provide the following services by appointment only:

  • One computer sessions per day for 60 minutes each
  • WiFi
  • Library card sign up
  • Photo copies
  • Reference services

Appointments can be made by calling us in advance at 928-536-7103 ext. 3. We reserve 10 am-11 am for our patrons and visitors 60 years of age and older. All other appointments may be made Tuesday-Friday from 11 am-3 pm.

In addition, we will continue to offer curbside pick-up service for holds from 10 am-5 pm. Patrons will NOT be able to come into the library to pick up or browse for items at this time. Please use the outside book drop for all book returns.

We continue to take measures of quarantining books for 72 hours, social distancing, and sanitizing to ensure the safety of our patrons and staff. Thank you for your continued patience and support.


March 27, 2020

Dear Valued Library Patrons,

After over 30 years of serving the communities of Snowflake and Taylor I am retiring. I have always enjoyed helping people and especially through youth services; Summer Reading Program, Tales for tots, Lego club and more. My passion has been to make sure our communities had a library and the services that it provides. It is unfortunate that our world is in the situation it is with the Covid-19 virus because I have missed being able to say goodbye to each of you in person.

As a parting shot, if you will, I am cancelling all overdue fees and damage fees. I want you to start fresh with our new librarian, Ella McAdams. She is amazing! And as soon as it is possible to have a new policy enacted all overdue fees will be eliminated for all material. This is something I have been working toward and it would have been done by now if not for the temporary elimination of meetings. So take advantage of this fresh start! Place a hold on line or call the library and place a hold. Nothing is holding you back! The Library is an awesome place and I plan on being an active user, I hope to see you there – on the patron side of the desk!

Thanks for all the years – Cathie McDowell


Some tools to help you find what you want to read!


esequels-banner3 Use eSequels to quickly find out what book comes next in a series. (For patron barcode, type in the first 4 numbers of your library card only)



novelistplusNoveList Plus is a comprehensive readers’ advisory solution for fiction lovers. NoveList Plus will help you to answer the question of what to read next.




Download a magazine today from our wide selection!

 eBookIcon_Cloud to eReader(3)We subscribe to Cloud Library through the Navajo County Library District. You will need a library card to access the
e-books and you will need to download the 3M app for your device. To get the app for your device click here.


A NEW Resource for you –


Ebooks Here!   freadinglogosquare

Freading has thousands of titles to download to your eReader. Freading™ has its own apps for the iPad® and iPhone®, and its own apps for Android™ tablets and phones. It is also compatible with the Kindle Fire, the Nook devices, and Kobo devices.
Patrons may check out up to 3 books per week. A week is defined as Monday to Sunday period of seven days, beginning at 12:01AM Monday, Eastern time, and going to midnight on Sunday. Click here or on the Freading Logo above to go to the Freading website to register with your patron library card, which you must have to use this service. Have fun and happy eReading!

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Track your library books. Let Elf help you manage your library loans and holds. Avoid overdues with email alerts. Check multiple library cards. Track books, DVDs, CDs, videos, etc. Join for free. Please click here to create your account.


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                                                                                 Catalog your home library with LibraryThing!


tumblebooksThis collection of online eBooks / animated picturebooks is a great, fun way to develop your child’s reading skills as these popular books  are read to the child if desired, or kids can choose to read themselves.
The collection also includes some chapter books for older readers and there are also some teen titles included – a great boost for reluctant readers. TumbleBooks even has some books in Spanish and French. There are also
puzzles and games to reinforce reading and comprehension skills. Especially during the summertime, make sure your child is getting exposed to lots of reading to avoid the summer slide. Children will love the video clips available. Links are on the children’s page also.
Provided by Navajo County Library District.