Bookmobile

We are Moving Our Resources Everywhere providing access to library services in the rural areas of the county and to citizens who face obstacles in accessing resources.

Services available on M.O.R.E:

Materials available for checkout, laptops available for use, free WiFi, reference assistance, online databases and resources, printing and copying services and the new MiFi30.

The BCLS collection contains over 260,000 items: e-Books, e-Magazines, Music CD’s, DVD’s, Audio Books, PLUS the latest Adult, Young Adult and Children’s Books. If you are looking for a particular item, just ask the M.O.R.E. staff how to place a hold.

Bookmobile

Meet MORE, BCLS’s New Mascot!

Bookmobile

It’s been said that a good story has friends, adventures, and always starts with “Once Upon a Time.” My story has all of that and MORE. (ha ha, because that’s my name, get it?)

Come see me and my friends on the bookmobile to learn more about how my story begins and what adventures I have planned.

And Introducing Miles, MORE’s bookworm friend

Bookmobile

Thank you to all the kids at the Tri-County Literary Celebration for reading my story and giving me a new friend. I am so excited to see the adventures we will take together. Here are a few of the runner ups. We had some pretty cute friends submitted and who knows, maybe one of these will join us on an adventure someday!

BCLS and Joint Base Charleston Form Partnership to Bring MORE to the Naval Weapon Station

The Bookmobile

Joint Base Charleston leadership and Berkeley County Library System staff members signed an Air Force Community Partnership initiative on Mar. 2, 2016, for the Berkeley County Library's Bookmobile to visit the Naval Weapons Station on a regular basis. This initiative is the second project developed by JB Charleston's Air Force Community Partnership Program. Since January 2013, more than 1,000 initiatives and 158 agreements Air Force-wide, have generated $23 million in Air Force benefit and $24 million in community benefit. (U.S. Air Force video/Airman 1st Class Haleigh Jeffreys)Berkeley County Library System - BCLS

Posted by Joint Base Charleston on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Joint Base Charleston leadership and Berkeley County Library System staff members signed an Air Force Community Partnership initiative on Mar. 2, 2016, for the Berkeley County Library’s Bookmobile to visit the Naval Weapons Station on a regular basis. This initiative is the second project developed by JB Charleston’s Air Force Community Partnership Program. Since January 2013, more than 1,000 initiatives and 158 agreements Air Force-wide, have generated $23 million in Air Force benefit and $24 million in community benefit. (U.S. Air Force video/Airman 1st Class Haleigh Jeffreys)

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