Welcome to the Tongue River Branch Library
THE LIBRARY: WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU!
You will find more than 20,000 books (in regular and large print) in the adult and youth collections (Children, YA, Tween). Classics, current Best Sellers & New Releases, NonFiction, Reference and much, much more are available for 2-week checkouts. Research informational and recreational resources, for beginning researchers, older students and adults. All of this provides a world of learning and excitement for the whole family. At out library you will also find:
Billings Gazette, Casper Star Tribune and The Sheridan Press are available (these are kept for one month).
Consumer Reports, Family Circle, Good Housekeeping, National Geographic, Newsweek, People Weekly, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Sunset, Taste of Home, and Time for the adults in the community. For Teens you will find Seventeen, National Geographic, and for younger library users you will find: Highlights, Ladybug, National Geographic for Kids and Ranger Rick. All are available for 1-week checkout.
VIDEOS and DVD’s:
We have over 900 titles available for 1-week checkout
AUDIO CASSETTES (Books on Tape), CD’S & MP3 Books:
Enjoy them at home and/or listen to them while driving–more than 400 titles in the collection, available for 2-week checkout.
E-BOOKS & E-MAGAZINES:
Interested in EBooks and EReaders? If you would like to learn more on how to use the EBook Apps and EReader services that the Sheridan County Library System offers (3MCloud, Freeding, Zinio Magazines), feel free to contact Tongue River Branch Library at (307) 655-9726, or come in and visit. Library staff is knowledgeable and can help with any questions you might have.
In “the Owl’s Nest” Tuesday’s at 10:00 a.m. for Fall & Winter Sessions. You may contact the library at (307) 655-9726 for more information.
Exhibits and Programs:
We provide programming for community young people of all ages, and adults (Storytime, Tween, Teen & Adult), with special events, book clubs and mental health discussions. We also have art displays, summer reading, and seasonal events. Come in and visit. Everything is free and open to the public!