Love Your Library Month

February is “Love Your Library” month and the perfect time to tell Chandler Public Library what you love about our library system.  

Has the library provided you or your family a source of enjoyment or education over the years? Have you downloaded free magazines, checked out movies, or attended programs like Storytime? Been helped by a stellar library staff member, read the best book ever, participated in the Summer Reading Challenge, or simply picked up a Grab & Go Bag? Or maybe you love your library for the support it gives to others in our community.  

Friends of Chandler Public Library wants to hear all about it. “Love Your Library” month, celebrated nationwide, is an opportunity for community input. Let us know why Chandler Public Library is special to them by submitting this feedback form, opens a new window.

Over the years, notes have included messages like “We love the friendly and helpful staff,” “We love all the events for kids,” and “The Chandler Library is a wonderful community resource!” 

Are you new to these resources? Check out ebooks from CloudLibrary, opens a new window, read magazines and newspapers with Flipster, opens a new window* and PressReader, opens a new window**, stream independent film and educational video with Kanopy, opens a new window, and so much more. Don't forget about the Makery at the Downtown Chandler location, the Seed Library at Sunset, and great programs and events at all four locations. It’s all free with your Chandler Library card! Visit chandlerlibrary.org, opens a new window to learn more.

* To download Flipster magazines, use the app for Android, opens a new windowiOS, opens a new window, or Kindle Fire, opens a new window.

** To access PressReader through the Chandler Public Library subscription, choose Sign In, then Library or Group, search for Chandler Public Library, and log in with your library card number and PIN. PressReader is made possible by the Friends of the Chandler Public Library.

We welcome your respectful and on-topic comments and questions in this limited public forum. To find out more, please see Appropriate Use When Posting Content. Community-contributed content represents the views of the user, not those of Chandler Public Library