Browse the catalog for physical books, DVDs, CDs, and more. These items are available for Curbside pickup.
Search for digital books and magazines via Missouri Libraries 2 Go/Overdrive.
Browse NKCPL's November classes and events: card crafting and Medicare here in the building, plus Yoga in the Park, Chair Yoga (on Zoom), and more!
This month: a Fall Food Drive at NKCPL!
Looking for a way to give as we head into the holiday season? It's easy this year, when you visit the Library. Just bring your nonperishable donation items to the box at the Library's main desk, and we'll pass those items along to the Northland Assistance Center, who will put them in the hands of those who can use them most. This food collection event runs all month, and you can donate as often as you'd like. For more about the Northland Assistance Center, go here. And thanks in advance for your generous contributions!
Want to be part of a group of thoughtful readers who meet to chat about great fiction and nonfiction? Check out the Library's Book Club for Adults! This group meets the third Saturday of the month here at the Library--and they'd love to welcome you to their crew!

Ready to jump in? The next meeting is Saturday, November 20, when the group will discuss The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles. For more info about attending this month's meeting (or a future one), contact Book Club facilitator Judy Hankins at jhankins@nkcpl.org.
Three cheers! NKCPL was recently given the Defender of the Collection award, an accolade related to how the Library manages and maintains its physical collection. This award indicates that NKCPL was able to work with our patron community to recover a high volume of overdue items--which ensures the availability of useful and critical materials for all patrons. Thank you, NKCPL community, for your partnership in this endeavor. We appreciate it, and you!
Now that the leaves are falling, are you looking for an crisp outdoor outing with the littles in your crew? Head on over to the Library's parking lot perimeter for a late-fall Book Walk experience: A Kiss for Akaraka by by Richard Jackson. Stop by the Library's parking lot perimeter to stroll and read anytime this month!
Don't be a turkey! Give Libby a closer look
Do you use the Libby app for digital items? Libby is the Overdrive collection in an updated app. In fact, starting in February, Overdrive will begin “sunsetting” its legacy Overdrive app, and updating Libby (exclusively) instead. This is just one more reason--along with Libby’s intuitive design and bevy of handy features--to make the leap to Libby for your digital books and magazines. To find it, search "Libby" in your device's app store.