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My Account

View your currently checked out items, place holds, renew items, and edit your notification settings - all from one convenient place! Click here to log in to your account with your library card number and 4-digit PIN.  You can also manage your account via the myLIBRO app, available from your app store.  

Contactless Curbside

Patrons may pick up requested holds at the designated parking spot in front of the library. Call 910-692-8235 once you arrive at the library to receive your items on hold.  You may also request curbside pick-up via the myLIBRO app.

Book Purchase Suggestions

Suggest titles to purchase by completing and submitting the New Title Suggestion form to the library. You will receive notification when the book becomes available or if the Library will not be able to purchase the title.

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a service allowing cardholders to borrow books and articles not owned by the Southern Pines Public Library. Complete and submit the InterLibrary Loan form to request items from other libraries.

Next Reads - Reading Recommendations

Running out of things to read? Let the SPPL librarians help you discover something new! Complete the Next Reads Recommendations form describing some of your favorite (and least favorite) books. The librarians will select your custom list of 5 recommended titles to read based off your form responses.

Book Club Kits 

Book Club Kits are available for book clubs and may be borrowed from the library. Each kit contains 10 copies of the book and a discussion guide. Library members may check out the the entire kit for a six week period with no renewals.


Take a break from screen time to listen to librarians reading stories. Call (910) 900-9099 and select a story. Press # at any point during the story to return to the main menu. New stories will become available each month.

Story Walk

The StoryWalk integrates reading with a short walk around the Library. Families start in the front breezeway of the Library and read the pages of the story together, following the markers along the path to the ending at the outdoor Reading Circle benches. Both StoryWalk and the Reading Circle were installed in September 2016, with the benches dedicated in memory of Clemm Shankle, a long-time Library supporter.

All of the books picked for the StoryWalk encourage active participation by readers.  Featured books change seasonally.

The StoryWalk™ Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT, and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition (VBPC) and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.