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September is Library Card Sign-Up Month

September is Library Card Signup Month

This September, Disney Pixar’s superhero family, the Incredibles, are helping to spread the word that signing up for a library card is a great step toward a truly super lifestyle: libraries offer fun and informative resources to help you pursue your passions and succeed in school.

And…. it’s likely the most valuable card in your wallet!


This library card user just saved:

  • $21.95 in one visit,
  • $1,260.08 in the past year,
  • and $5,399.72 since they began using the library!

Incredible! And that doesn’t even include use of some of our digital services.

Check your receipt next time you visit, and help share the news about how valuable it is to have a library card. (Facebook fans can post photos of their own receipts in this post’s comments.) Bring your family and friends to the Library so they can get their own library card and enjoy all the benefits it offers.

Need more reasons to share?

We’d love to host the coveted “Granite State – Library Card Challenge” trophy for the next 11 months. To do that, we’d need to achieve the largest percent increase in new library cards (of participating libraries) during September. We can only do that with your help! Past recipients include the Concord Public Library, and the two-time, reigning champions, the Barrington Public Library

Spread the word to friends, family, and neighbors how valuable it is to
have a library card.

How about those Sox?

If you take your baseball as seriously as we do, you’ve got to read these books! Vicariously visit the stadium (“A Field Guide to Fenway Park” by Nichole Wadsworth Schrafft), relive the best moments in Red Sox history (“Reversing the Curse” by Dan Shaughnessy), meet your favorite players (“Big Papi” by David Ortiz with Tony Massarotti), and ask all those question’s you’ve always wondered about (“Why is the Foul Pole Fair?” by Vince Staten). We’ve got something for every fan, available to borrow from the Goffstown Public Library.

Want more? Read about the Library of Congress’ current Major Exhibition on Baseball at, and view highlights online.