The Book Express program provides library materials to homebound patrons. Homebound patrons may either request specific titles or allow library staff to pick out materials on their behalf. The library will hold these materials and allow a person designated by the patron to pick the materials up. Every effort will be made by library staff to select materials acceptable to the patron’s preferences. However, the Henry County Library is not responsible for patrons’ approval of language, subject matter, etc. of any materials selected for the patron.
To start the Book Express program you must fill out a Book Express form. You may fill out the attached pdf form and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 660-885-2612 and fill out the form over the phone, or print out the form and mail it to:
Henry County Library | 123 E. Green St. | Clinton, MO 64735
Please know that the requested available materials will be ready for pickup by 10:00 a.m. the next day. Patrons are responsible for arranging the pickup and delivery of materials to and from the library.
The Henry County Library offers free public notary services at the Clinton location. Patrons may call 660-885-2612 or e-mail email@example.com in order to make an appointment with the notary public. The Henry County Library cannot guarantee the availability of the notary public for those who come in without an appointment. Patrons must bring a valid government-issued photo ID and the paperwork to be notarized for their appointment.
The Henry County Library Clinton branch offers 5 study rooms for patron use. The study rooms each include a whiteboard, plug-in outlet, table, 2 chairs, and free WiFi access. The study rooms are located in the reference area and may be reserved.
The Henry County Library, Clinton location offers test proctoring services at a cost of $10.00 per test. Anyone interested in having a test proctored needs to schedule it in advance by calling 660-885-2612 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Arrangements will also need to be made between the student and the school to have the test materials sent or e-mailed to library staff.