MCPL @Bookmobile

We are thrilled with the feedback from the community regarding our bookmobile service. With our bookmobile, we are able to serve homebound patrons, nursing homes, schools, homeschools, daycares, as well as assisted living homes in our area. In addition, there are several Community Stop locations at which the Bookmobile's services can be utilized. See you around town!Donna Jones, Bookmobile Librarian

The Bookmobile is a unique location of the library, in that it brings library materials to people. It serves as an alternative to stationary locations, and can go places where library use may otherwise be minimal or nonexistent, breaking down barriers of unfamiliarity and reaching people who cannot get to a library building due to physical, economic, social, geographic, or other barriers. In fulfilling this mission, the primary functions of the bookmobile are to:

  • Offer current popular materials and reference information for people of all ages
  • Promote basic literacy and a lifelong desire to read
  • Present programs to encourage continued use of the bookmobile, particularly for children
  • Introduce readers to library services
  • Provide personalized library service in a cozy, friendly environment
  • Generate a positive image of the library as a whole by being highly visible throughout the entire community

The Bookmobile does not make home visits to individuals who are not homebound.  To request that the Bookmobile begin visiting your location, please contact Kristi Tucker @ 270-527-9969 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Young Adult Floating Collection

Teachers: If you would like to borrow any of these materials, contact the Young Adult Librarian
by filling out this form.  


Title Author
Band of Brothers Ambrose, Stephen E
Chains Anderson, Laurie Halse
Forge Anderson, Laurie Halse
Speak Anderson, Laurie Halse
The Pox Party Anderson, M.T.
Ship Breaker Bacigalupi, Paolo
The Called Themselves KKK Bartoletti, Susan Campbell
Freedom Riders Bausum, Ann
The White Cat Black, Holly
Spies of Mississippi Bowers, Rick
Flyboys Bradley, James
Going Bovine Bray, Libba
A Great and Terrible Beauty Bray, Libba
The Chronicles of Vladmir Tod, bks 1-4 Brewer, Heather
Code Talker Bruchac, Joseph
Ender's Game Card, Orson Card
Graceling Cashore, Kristin
Marked Cast, PC
Mortal Instruments series, bks 1-3 Clare, Cassandra
Clockwork Angel Clare, Cassandra
Nick & Nora's Infinite Playlist Cohn, Rachel & David Levithan
Hunger Games series, bks 1-3 Collins, Susan
Matched Condie, Ally
Mare's War Davis, Tanita S
Just Listen Dessen, Sarah
Perfect Chemistry Elkeles, Simone
Washington's Crossing Fischer, David Hackett
The Diary of Anne Frank Frank, Anne
One Hundred Young Americans Franzini, Michael
Beautiful Creatures Garcia, Kami & Margaret Stohl
Looking for Alaska Green, John
An Abundance of Katherines Green, John
Paper Towns Green, John
Will Grayson, Will Grayson Green, John and David Levithan
Among the Hidden Haddix, Margaret Peterson
Ouran High School Host Club, v 1-3 Hatori, Bisco
Seabiscuit Hillenbrand, Laura
Hetalia: Axis Powers Himaruya, Hidekaz
Claudette Colvin: Twice Toward Justice Hoose, Phillip M
Crank Hopkins, Ellen
Impulse Hopkins, Ellen
The Dark Game: True Spy Stories Janeczko, Paul B
13 Little Blue Envelopes Johnson, Maureen
The Bermudez Triangle Johnson, Maureen
Suite Scarlett Johnson, Maureen
Janis Joplin: Rise Up Singing Angel, Ann
The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. King, Martin Luther
Carrie King, Stephen
The Shining King, Stephen
Naruto, v 1-3 Kishimoto, Masashi
Soldier's Secret: The Story of Deborah Sampson Klass, Sheila Solomon
Bleach, v 1-3 Kubo, Tite
The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau Banks Lockhart, E.
Rot & Ruin Maberry, Jonathan
Wicked Lovely Marr, Melissa
Life of Pi Martel, Yann
Hold Me Closer, Necromancer McBride, Lish
The White Darkness McCaughrean, Geraldine
 Novel: 1776 McCullough, David G
Sabriel Nix, Garth
Rosa Parks: My Story Parks, Rosa
John Lennon: All I Want is the Truth Partridge, Elizabeth
Maximum Ride series, bks 1-3 Patterson, James
Anna and the French Kiss Perkins, Stephanie
Life As We Knew It Pfeffer, Susan Beth
My Sister's Keeper Picoult, Jodi
Terrier Pierce, Tamora
Your Own, Sylvia Hemphill, Stephanie
Nation Pratchett, Terry
Cast Two Shadows Rinaldi, Ann
The Lightning Thief Riordan, Rick
Eleanor, Quiet No More Rappaport, Doreen
Every Bones Tells a Story Rubalcaba, Jill
The Forest of Hands and Teeth Ryan, Carrie
It Gets Better Savage, Dan and Terry Miller
Romeo x Juliet COM
Pretty Little Liars Shepard, Sara
Unwind Shusterman, Neal
Dear John Sparks, Nicholas
The Last Song Sparks, Nicholas
A Walk to Remember Sparks, Nicholas
Shiver Stiefvater, Maggie
The Help Stockett, Kathryn
The Lord of the Rings Tolkien, JRR
The Thief Turner, Megan Whalen
Leviathan Westerfeld, Scott
Uglies Westerfeld, Scott
One Crazy Summer Williams-Garcia, Rita
The Monstrumologist Yancey, Richard
American Born Chinese Yang, Gene Luen
Story of a Girl Zarr, Sara
The Book Thief Zusak, Markus





NOOK: eBooks from OverDrive

Getting Started

You can install OverDrive Media Console (OMC) from the NOOK store on a NOOK Color, Tablet, HD, or HD+. These NOOK devices are based on Android, so you can use Android instructions to borrow and enjoy titles using OMC. Please use this article for those Android-based NOOKs.

The guide below is for NOOK models other than the Color, Tablet, HD, and HD+.

What you need

  • The USB cable for your NOOK

  • Adobe Digital Editions for Windows or Mac

  • A library card

How it works

  1. Install software

    Install Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) on your computer to transfer library eBooks to your NOOK. You will also need to authorize your computer and your NOOK with an Adobe ID.

  2. Browse, check out, and download titles on your computer

    First, open our library's digital collection website (find it here) on your computer.

    Next, check out and download an EPUB or PDF eBook.

  3. Transfer and enjoy

    Library eBooks will download and open in Adobe Digital Editions (ADE). From there, transfer eBooks to your NOOK.

    Note: The NOOK HD and HD+ do not support transfers from ADE. If you have one of these devices, install OMC and borrow titles directly from your NOOK.

    Once you have transferred a library eBook, you can open and read it like you would any other eBook on your NOOK.

Guide retrieved from OverDrive's Self-Assist Portal

NOOK HD/HD+: eBooks from OverDrive

Getting Started

You can use OverDrive's mobile app to borrow and enjoy eBooks and audiobooks from our library on your NOOK tablet (such as the NOOK HD or HD+).

Step 1

Download the OverDrive Media Console (OMC), from one of the following:

Step 2

Open OMC and find our OverDrive library website. In newer versions of the app, you can do this by swiping from left to right to open the Home menu, then tapping Add a library. In older versions of the app, tap the Add a library icon icon (or, if you don't have this icon, go to Menu > Get Books).

  • Tap the star to save our library's website to your library list.

  • Tap our library's name to start browsing.

Step 3

Log into our library's OverDrive-powered website with your library card and borrow a book.

Step 4

Find borrowed books under your account in our library website. You can:

*Note: To read eBooks in OMC, follow the prompts to authorize your device with an Adobe ID. It's a one-time, free process that takes just moments to complete.

For more information about OverDrive's mobile app for NOOK, visit:

Guide retrieved from OverDrive's Self-Assist Portal