North Douglas Library District's
Mildred Whipple Public Library
Link to the Past. . .Gateway to the Future
The North Douglas Library District tries to be accommodating to all library patrons and their needs. We are continually working to improve accessibility for all patrons. If you have suggestions to help improve library accessibility, or to request a specific accommodation, please fill out the form below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow two open days (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday) notice.
The Mildred Whipple Library also offers a selection of large print books.
Ebooks and a large selection of audiobooks can be downloaded through Library2Go.
The Mildred Whipple Library also offers Kindle E-Readers for checkout with a large selection of titles.
Talking Book and Braille Library
The Talking Book and Braille Library, a division of the State Library of Oregon, provides free library materials and services to Oregonians who have difficulty with traditional print books, including visual, physical, and reading impairments. This fantastic program offers audio books, magazines, and descriptive videos either through free mail delivery or via download.
To learn more, or to sign up, call 800.452.0292, visit the Talking Book and Braille Library website, or visit the Mildred Whipple Library.