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    During this remote learning period, the King County Library System is providing curbside check out of books.  KCLS also provides eBooks and electronic resources that are available to our students through our district technology platform.  Below you will learn how to access these resources.  Please contact me if you have further questions.  

     

    Frank Kleyn
    LFP Librarian
    frank.kleyn@shorelineschools.org

     

    eBooks and Electronic Resources

     

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    Find eBooks, audiobooks, databases, and so much more available through the King County Library System.  Once your child has logged in to Classlink, they will be able to check out these KCLS resources.  Watch this video for instructions on how to log in to Google, Classlink, and King County Library's KCLS Resources.  You may also use these written directions.   

     

    If you're wanting directions specific to audiobooks only, here is a 2 min video with directions.

     

    Curbside Check Out of KCLS Library Books

    KCLS Libraries are now checking out physical paperback and hardcover books for students and adults to pick up and take home to read.

    Below is a summary of how you can place holds on books and pick them up at the LFP Town Center Library, Shoreline Library, or Richmond Beach Library.  

    1) If you have a KCLS library account, move on to step 2.  If you don’t have a library card, you can get one here.

    2) Go to kcls.org and search for books.  Place holds on the books you’d like to pick up. 

    3) You'll get an email notification when your holds are ready. After you get the email, you will need to schedule a time to pick up your books.  

    You can schedule a time for pick up in three ways:

    a) Calling the library ahead of time.  Phone numbers and times are listed below.  
    b) Scheduling a time using the myLibro app.
    c) Walking up to the library without calling and following their procedures for pick up. Pick up times are listed below. 

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    Click here for KCLS’ detailed instructions.