Search Our Collection (High Speed)
Search Our Collection (Slower Connections)
Children's Library | Downloadable Library Materials
1200 Johnson Avenue
Bridgeport, WV 26330
Sharon R. Saye, Director
Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Saturday Noon - 5:00 p.m.
Hours will vary during holidays
Due to the popular demand of WVDELI materials, we have made a few changes to loan periods and checkout limits. Checkouts are now limited to 10. You can set your own lending periods under "MY ACCOUNT" or at the time of checkout. Enjoy a choice of borrowing periods to suit your busy schedule.
A great service offered by the Bridgeport Public Library and FREE to any B.P.L. card holder - downloadable Audiobooks, E-books and Music! Instant access to high demand materials, downloadable to most devices and to your PC or MAC. Visit WVDELI to get started and for more information.
A MESSAGE FROM SHARON SAYE, LIBRARY DIRECTOR:
It is the mission of the Bridgeport Public Library to provide materials, resources and services which help patrons meet their personal, educational, cultural and professional information needs. In doing this, the Bridgeport Public Library has been nationally ranked on the list of libraries serving populations of 5,000-9,999 on the last seven annual lists published in "American Libraries," the publication of the American Library Association.
Please use Search Our Collection as a means of accessing the Library's collection. Not only does it offer a way to identify the depths of the collection, but numerous entries also permit access to reputable sources of information on the Internet by just clicking on the URL's outlined. Patrons can now access a list of the materials they have checked out or on hold by clicking on the tab, My Info, at the top of the search our collection page. Holds can also be placed from home by a mere click as well. Hopefully, the constantly updated pages will enable patrons to utilize the library's collections from home.
Please visit the library to check out our books, magazines, audiobooks, videos, and DVD's. Stop and access the Internet or use our computers to plan a trip, look up magazine articles, type a paper, identify a poem, or obtain diagrams and instructions on how to fix your car. Children can travel with the Magic School Bus or visit Barney. Libraries not only provide communities with access to a larger world, but they are also a means to celebrate the value and uniqueness of their individual cities and towns to a larger world.
Sharon R. Saye