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The library is closed to students at this time. Book requests will be delivered to your classroom if you are an in-person learner, or will be available for curbside pick-up within 48 hours of your request if you are a distance learner.
Please use the form below to request a book or place a hold on a book using the library catalog. Please visit Destiny Discover to look for audiobooks and eBooks.
To place a hold or check out an audio or eBook you will need to log in. Your username is CRAstudentID (lunch number). Your password is studentID (lunch number).
The library is open on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday for the 2019-2020 school year.
Students may visit the library with their classes or with a pass from their teacher. When entering the library with passes, students must sign in at the counter. When leaving the library, students should sign out and have their passes signed by Mrs. Steward.
Students may use the library to:
Check out a book. Students may borrow up to 3 books at a time. Books may be borrowed for 3 weeks. The due date is written in the back of the book. Students who return books late will be charged overdue fines. If a book is lost or damaged, see the librarian about replacement costs.
Borrow books through inter-library loan. See the Interlibrary Loan Policy by clicking on the tab above.
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Cranston Public Library is now FINE FREE for Children and Teens!
The Cranston Public Library is now Fine Free for children's and teens materials! No fines will be charged for late or overdue materials from Cranston Libraries. If materials belonging to other libraries in the state are late, there may be fines, but please talk with a librarian! They will work with you to see what they can do!
All students now have access to Tutor.com through the Cranston Public Library’s website. From 2:00-10:00 daily, students can connect with a live online tutor and receive individual homework help in any subject area. You are limited to five sessions a week and you must have a valid Cranston Public Library card to enter the site. Click on the icon to the left to be taken to the Tutor.com portal. Remember Cranston Public Library no longer charges fines for overdue children's books. Watch the video below and start taking advantage of this free resource today!