All branches of Marin County Free Library will be closed from 1pm Wed 12/31 & all day Thu 1/1 for New Year.

Jan 24, 2012
New book reviewed on NPR / Talk of the Nation Would It Kill You to Stop Doing That? A Modern Guide to MannersAuthor Henry Alford tries to uncover the purpose and principles of manners — and...
Jan 24, 2012
Here are a few fascinating opening lines from some of the popular new fiction in the "Lucky Day" collection:"We had been wandering for so long I forgot what it was like to...
Jan 18, 2012
New book reviewed on NPR / Fresh AirThis week American Dervish was introduced on Fresh Air.  There are several copies of American Dervish available at Marin County libraries.  Place a hold...
Jan 12, 2012
LIbrary staff members are enthusiastic about sharing their love of reading.  If you're looking for ideas about what to read next, here are some of the things we've been reading lately:I...
Jan 10, 2012
What is so special about January 10th? Well January 10, 1946 was the first meeting of the United Nations, which is definitely special. However, this year January 10, 2012 happens to be the day that...
Jan 9, 2012
Thanks to everyone who voted for their favorite book read in 2011!  I've listed the winners below, with links to the library catalog. The warmth of other suns: the epic story of...
Dec 29, 2011
Supersearch is offline until further notice.  Please check with branch staff for inter-library loan requests.Supersearch is used by Marin County Free Library in partnership with MARINet (a...
Dec 27, 2011
According to Nielsen Wire's "Tops of 2011", movies adapted from books were very popular in 2011, including Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, The Help, Hunger Games, Water for...
Dec 17, 2011
Did you know the Marin County libraries have free eBooks that you can download to your Kindle, iPad, Nook or smartphone?At the Corte Madera Library you can:Learn how to download FREE library...
Dec 15, 2011
Check out NPR Book Critic Maureen Corrigan's favorite books of 2011:  10 great novels and 2 non-fiction titles she couldn't resist including.   The NPR page has a link to the...