Moore County Libraries
The Moore County Library System is a full-service public library system
with a main library in Carthage, a bookmobile, and 4 branch libraries
in the towns of Aberdeen, Pinebluff, Robbins and Vass. It is a
member of the 5 county Sandhill Regional Library System. The Moore
County Library System has a collection of 80,000 books, audios, videos,
periodicals, newspapers, and other items. Services include reference,
Internet, interlibrary loans, programs for children and adults,
meeting room, genealogy, online catalog, fax and copy equipment.
Membership is free to county residents.
"I cannot live without
books" -Thomas Jefferson
Moore County Public Library
101 Saunders Street
PO Box 400
Carthage, NC 28327
Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
24-hour book & video return located at front entrance
Moore County Bookmobile Want
to know bookmobile policies or when the bookmobile will be heading
your way? Click
Moore County Library is excited to announce the addition of TumbleBooks, an online collection of animated, talking picture books. TumbleBooks may be experienced in either automatic or manual mode. In automatic mode the pages turn by themselves and are narrated; while in manual mode the narration and animation continue, but children are able to turn the pages at their own speed. Chapter books, early readers, language learning, videos, puzzles, and games are also available. TumbleBooks may be accessed in any Moore County library or online from home anytime. There is no library card number or password needed. What are you waiting for? Get Tumbling!
Would you like to learn how to write an online resume, use Google Drive or how to set up accounts on websites such as Pinterest or Etsy? Please take our survey, either online or at your local Moore County Library, and let us know what kinds of computer classes you would like to see offered at your library. The survey takes less than five minutes! :)