You can’t pick up a magazine or newspaper today without finding in its contents an article on saving money. In every list, usually third or fourth down, is the public library. The library has a wide variety of resources available for free to the citizens of the Sabine Parish. If you are looking for ways to save a little, ask yourself the following questions:
Feeling lost in the Amazon? Instead of spending hard-earned cash on books you’ll only read once, explore the Library’s collection of bestsellers and classic literature. We also offer many spoken word books on cassette and CD.
Feeling a little “down in the mouth”? Find a book on our shelves on a wide variety of health issues or use our public computers for up to the minute medical information.
Feeling a little down in the dumps? Browse the many movies from comedy to classics we have on DVD . You’re sure to find one to fit most any mood.
Feel the need to compute? The library has computers available to the public that allow you to check your e-mail, write a paper, keep up with on-line classes, apply for jobs and most other computing needs.
Need a job? We have materials for job seekers who need to compose a resume or pick up tips on the best interview skills for the career you want.
Need the daily news? Stay up to date with our subscriptions to area-wide newspapers as well as the most popular magazine titles.
Need to entertain the little ones? You will find a great collection of books for toddlers to teens, as well as movies and books on tape.
Feeling artsy? Check out our many titles on art, photography, scrapbooking and crafts of all kinds.
Have to take a test? We have study guides for many of the standardized tests needed to begin a course of study or gain entrance into many professions.
Don’t find what you need or want? Ask us. We are part of a nation-wide system for borrowing materials not available in our collection.
Our parish is home to the Sabine Parish Library system, made up of the main branch in Many, Toledo Branch, Zwolle Branch, Pleasant Hill Branch and Converse Branch. No matter where you live in the parish, you are never more than minutes away from any of these storehouses of information and entertainment, all yours at no cost.