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Books By Mail Catalog

The New Mexico State Library provides Books by Mail services to those who are rural or homebound residents of New Mexico. The purpose of our program is to provide library service to individuals with

out access to local libraries who live outside municipal or city limits, is located in a county which has no county-wide library services; or a person who is homebound because of a physical disability and has no other source of library service. If you are visually impaired and/or can only read Large Print type you may also qualify for our services. If you have questions about whether you qualify, call our toll free number 1-800-395-9144.

Checkout our new website at http://bbm.nmstatelibrary.org where you can see what you have checked out and what you have on hold. You can search the catalog, send your order through the cart and it comes to us. When sending your cart, it will prompt you to put the email address where you will send the order to and you can put either of the 3 addresses listed below, then hit send.              

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*Please note:  You must be logged in to send your cart. If you do not have your login information, please contact us to obtain your information.

 

Click here for cheat sheets on how to use our new online catalog.

 

The most recent Books by Mail Catalog is now available for download in PDF format, click below.

 

 

2017 Fall Catalog

 

Some older catalogs are available for download in PDF format.

The lists of books we have available in large print  are now available for download in PDF format, click below.

LARGE PRINT Permanent Catalog

 

Below is the newest addition of Large Print Books.         

 

 

2017 LARGE PRINT Fall Catalog     

 

 

 

This program is funded with a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services which administers the Library Services and Technology Act.