Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Book Bundle Service at the Coronado Library

Do you miss browsing the library shelves? Are you stuck in a reading rut and looking to try some new authors or learn something new? Are your children looking for certain topics? Have no fear! The library is now providing a Book Bundle service for all ages!

What’s a Book Bundle?

  • Book Bundles are 3-5 books grouped together by format, topic or genre selected for you by our librarians.
  • Book Bundles help you get quick access to a variety of reading material based on your specific interests.
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Why Checkout a Book Bundle?

  • Discover new titles!
  • Book Bundles allow you to pick-up several books all at once, no searching or browsing required.
  • Our experienced librarians will select the very best for you!

How Do I Get One?

  • For children through fifth grade: email Please include child’s interests, age, and/or last book they really enjoyed.
  • For teens: email The teen librarian will send you a form with a few questions about your preferences, i.e. female narrator? a love triangle? dark humor? quirky characters? space operas?, and what genre you prefer.  She will work with you to come up with ideal selections.
  • For adults: email Indicate your preferred genre including Mystery, Romance, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Western, Cooking, Gardening, Crafts, History, Biography, Sports or other subject and/or a title or author you’ve recently enjoyed.
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You will get a call when your bundle is ready for curbside pickup.

Checkout Details

  • When you check out a Book Bundle, you’re checking out each item in the Bundle, and items can be returned separately.
  • Keep what you’re enjoying and return anything else at your convenience.
  • You can check out any number of Bundles- there is still no limit on the number of items you can check out.

Always include a name and library card number with your request. For questions, please call 619-522-7390.

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