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Frequently Asked Questions
How old do I have to be to get a library card?
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There is no minimum age for a child to receive a PINES card. A parent or legal guardian may register a child and must show proper ID to register a child. A parent or guardian must sign the application for all children under 18. Before a card may be issued to a child, the parent’s cards must be clear of fines and overdue items.
Can I check out a pass to go to Chehaw Park?
ChehawWith a valid PINES library card, you can check out a pass for free admission to Chehaw Park. This pass is good for 2 adults and up to 4 children and must be used within 7 days of checkout.
What is 1,000 Books B4K?
Studies show that talking, reading and singing with your child every day from birth helps build their brains as well as important language, math, and reading skills for use in school and beyond. This library program encourages parents to read 1,000 books to kids before they enter school.

Register at Margaret Jones Public Library and take home your starter kit.

Track your reading. Each time you read a book, color in a circle on the bubble sheet. If you read a book twice, color in two circles. 

Show us your reading log. When you reach 100 books, you will receive a milestone sticker. 

Read more books! When you get all the way to 1,000, you’ll receive a prize.

This is an on-going program with no end date. The only requirement is that you finish before your child starts kindergarten.

How can I read 1,000 books? It’s easy!  3 books per day x 1 year = 1,095 books
Can the library notarize a document for me?
Yes. Please bring identification with you and do not sign the document before you come to the library. There is a charge of $2 each page we notarize.
How do I log into my PINES account?
Go to and click on the “My Account” button. To log in, enter your library card number, with no spaces, and then your PIN. Contact the library if you need your PIN number or need help accessing your account.
Does the library have WiFi?
Yes. Select Worth County Library from the list of networks. There is no login or password needed to use the network. At this time, wireless users cannot print directly from their laptop or other device. If you need something printed, please email the document to so we can print it for you.
How many items can I check out?
A patron can check out up to 50 items on their account.

DVDs are limited to 15.
Does the library provide services for the blind and physically handicapped?
The Library offers various services for patrons who are disabled. A range of assistive devices are available at the library for patrons who have physical restrictions. If you have any special needs and require assistance, please ask us how we may help.
GLS (Georgia Library for the print and disabled)

Library users can search the online catalog for Braille, recorded books, magazines, descriptive videos, place requests and more! 

Who is eligible for the service?

 Anyone who is unable to read or handle standard printed materials as a result of temporary or permanent visual or physical disability.
Persons who are legally blind or cannot see well enough or focus long enough to read standard print, even with glasses.
Persons who are unable to hold or turn pages of print books.
Persons who are certified by a medical doctor as having a reading disability.
Download an application for service.
How can I purchase a book for the library in honor or in memory of a loved one?
The Library’s Memorial or Honor Program is a great way to pay lasting tribute to a loved one. You simply request that a book or books be added to the Library in memory or honor of the person you designate. $25 purchases one best seller. The library completes a bookplate and secures it to the front cover of the book bought with your contribution. An acknowledgement of your gift will be sent to the family. 
In Memory/In Honor Form or Donation online
Does the library have e-books?
We offer three apps for electronic books: Libby, Boundless, and Hoopla. Go to your app store and download the free app on your device.   You will need a library card to set up an account with each app.

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The Libby App has eBooks, eAudiobooks, and eMagazines for all ages.
The Boundless App has over 15,000 eBooks and eAudiobooks for pre-k through fourth grade.
Hoopla offers movies, music, eBooks, comic books and eAudiobooks..

Does the library have meeting room space?
There are two rooms available. Please call 776-2096 to check the availability of the rooms.