Public Library Card Applications
Caldwell County Public Library Information
If you are a Caldwell Connect student, the best way for you to check-out books is through the Caldwell County Public Library. With a library card from the Caldwell County Public Library, you will have access to books and audiobooks as well as digital resources. This is also a great resource for hybrid students as well.
Need a library card? There are two ways to get a library card.
2) Have your parent or guardian call the Lenoir Library (828-757-1270) and fill out the application over the phone. Your parent or guardian can then pick up your card on Mondays (10am-7pm) or Tuesdays-Fridays (10am-5pm)
Don’t remember your PIN number? It is the last four digits of the phone number that you gave on your library card application.
Questions? Call the Lenoir Library at 828-757-1272.
NCLIVE offers free electronic access to reliable resources on topics such as careers, health, history, genealogy, and more.
Hoopla features audiobooks, movies, music, ebooks, television shows, and comics. Patrons are limited to five checkouts per month.
The North Carolina Digital Library (Libby) offers ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines. You may check out up to five items at a time on Libby. When you return an item, you may check out another.
You may download the Hoopla or Libby apps to your device, or you may find them under the Books and More tab on our website. (https://ccpl.libguides.com/mainpage)
If checking out from the CCPL is not feasible for you and you are a Caldwell Connect students, you can browse the HHS library catalog through the Destiny link on Mrs. Johnson's homepage. You will need to email your book selections to Mrs. Johnson and she will let you know when you can pick them up from HHS.