Library Express Bags (kids & teens)

Don’t have a lot of time on your hands? Not sure what to read next? Looking for something new and different? Please fill out the form below and library staff will select the requested number of items for you based on your age and preferences. If you are looking for items for multiple kids or teens, please fill out one form for each person.

Due to high volume, items may take a day or two to process. You will receive a a phone call when your items are ready to be picked up. Items will be checked out to your library card prior to your scheduled Curbside Pickup time. Curbside Pickup at the Juneau Public Library is available Monday – Thursday from 11am-6pm and Friday from 10am-4pm. You may also request to pick up your Library Express Bag inside the library, too. We are happy to serve you either way!

Express Book Bags are currently limited to Juneau items and can only be picked up at the Juneau Public Library. Requests will be filled based on availability of items. A library staff member will contact you if your request is not able to be met.

Up-to-date Info on Library Services

The library is currently closed under the Governor’s “Safer at Home” order. We will remain closed until the restrictions have been lifted. We continue to monitor the situation and follow directives from public health officials to ensure the safety of our staff and community members.

Here is the latest on our services, due dates, and more:

Contact Us
We are available via email at or via Facebook Messenger. Due to the “Safer at Home” order we do not have staff available to answer the phones.  You can call the library at (920) 386-4805 and leave a message. Staff are remotely checking messages two times a day and will return your call as soon as possible.  Please leave a contact name and phone number if you are leaving a message.

Due Dates and Late Fees
Due dates on materials have been extended to June 1 and will be extended further if the library remains closed past that date. Please do not fret about any overdue fines being charged.

Item Returns
Our outdoor library book return remains closed, and no items can be returned at this time.  We ask that you please hold on to any materials until we are able to reopen. Experts believe some coronaviruses can live on plastic and paper for several days. We will be instituting a quarantine system for returned materials to protect our staff when we first open. Please be patient as we figure out the details.

Curbside Pickup
Under the Governor’s new “Safer at Home” order issued on 4/16/2020 libraries will be able to offer curbside pick-up after April 24. Staff at the Juneau Public Library are exploring the best way to offer curbside pickup of library materials, and we are awaiting additional interpretation from the Department of Public Instruction and the State Department of Health. Our goal is to provide this service as soon as possible, and when we have a plan in place for offering and managing curbside pickup we will issue public announcements. 

Click here to learn more about our Library-to-Go Curbside Pickup!

Card Renewals
Please email us at if you have trouble with an expired library card. Be sure to include your current address and phone number so we can update your card.

Public WiFi
Our WiFi remains on and can be accessed in the parking spaces outside the main entrance to the library.  Please respect the space marked for handicapped parking.

Interlibrary and System Loans
Delivery of library items statewide has been discontinued at this time.

Virtual Library Programs
Check out our Facebook (click here) for information about various virtual story times offered by authors, celebrities or other public libraries in the Monarch Library System.

Event Closures
All library events and meeting room reservations have been canceled for the remainder of the library closure.

Digital Services
Our digital services are always available. If you have trouble accessing any of our services, please email us at or message us via Facebook Messenger.

Digital Services

The Juneau Public Library is excited to offer the following digital services to our community members.  All you need is your library card and you have access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, online courses, and scholarly databases.  Click the links below to find out more information and directions about each service.

eBooks & eAudiobooks (OverDrive)

The Wisconsin Digital Library, powered by OverDrive, gives you access to ebooks, eaudiobooks, music, and video.  Click the link above for directions on how to get started.

RBDigital Magazines & eAudiobooks

RBDigital gives you access to a wide variety of eAudiobooks and over 100 digital magazines.  Click the link above for directions on how to get started.

Transparent Languages

Combining extensive courses and supplemental resources for over 100 languages, including English, Transparent Language Online is the most complete language-learning system.

Gale Courses

Gale Courses is a robust online resource that provides access to exceptional classes on multiple topics of interest, including career training programs.  Click the link above for directions on how to get started.

BadgerLink, Wisconsin’s Online Library

From personal interest to educational research, BadgerLink provides Wisconsin residents with licensed trustworthy content not available from free search engines. This content includes magazines, newspapers, scholarly articles, videos, images, and music.  Click the link above for directions on how to get started.

Other Online Resources

Looking for Research Databases, Local History, Consumer Reports, Auto Repair, Job Search Help, and more?

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