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Library @ Home

The mission of Bossier Parish Libraries is to open doors to ideas and information by providing access to an array of materials, programs, and technologies that inform, educate, and entertain.  We may have had to limit our services for the time being, but our mission remains the same.  With your library card and internet access you can download eBooks, listen to audiobooks, stream movies, read the latest magazines, learn a new language, listen to music, brush up on your photography skills, work on craft projects, learn hand lettering, and much more free and from the comfo... Read Full Blog

Summer Experience 2020

What is Summer Experience?

You may be more familiar with the term "summer reading program."  We decided to change the name of our summer program because we felt that "summer reading program" didn't really capture the full scope of what we do here at Bossier Parish Libraries over the summer.  With dozens of innovative programs and events happening for all ages, your summer at Bossier Parish Libraries really is much more than reading--it's an experience!

When is it?

May 22-July 31.  Registration is NOW OPEN; if you've participated in previous years... Read Full Blog

ACT & SAT Test Prep Resources

Gale Courses, Homework Louisiana, and Learning Express offer extensive online test prep resources but we also have a large seletion of books & other resources to assist with SAT & ACT Test Prep.

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Curbside Pickup Service

Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm at all Bossier Parish Libraries locations

***Our Plain Dealing Branch is offering curbside pickup Monday-Friday and is closed on Saturdays***

How Does it Work? Use the MY ACCOUNT feature to place a hold on an item; OR, call any of our locations and staff will be happy to place holds for you. Receive notification that your hold is available for pickup. Drive to the location you chose as your pickup location. Remain in your vehicle & call to let us know you're here. We bring your item to you for contact-free delivery.

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Evaluating News Sources

Need help determining facts from alternative facts (aka: fiction)?  Let us help.

Be aware of “fake news.”  What is fake news?  It isn’t news you disagree with—it is content generated by non-news organizations in order to generate an audience for paid advertisements or to spread unverified/untrue information.

Take a look at these examples of fake news sites compiled by CBS.

Also take a look at this Spotting Fake News video from FactCheck.org.

What can you do?
Be skeptical of any news that comes from third-... Read Full Blog