Book Group Kits
Are you looking to start your own Book Group? Sno-Isle Libraries and the Sno-Isle Foundation are proud to offer book discussion kits.
Each kit includes 10 copies of a single title. Resources for book discussions may be found at publishers' websites, bound into some editions of the book, or at www.bookreporter.com, opens a new window or www.readinggroupguides.com, opens a new window.
Discover new friends
and new books!
Book groups provide a welcoming social setting for friends, neighbors, and community members to share ideas. Whether they meet in the library, at a restaurant, or in a home, books groups bring people together.
Hear from real Sno-Isle Libraries book group members in this video on what they enjoy about their gatherings.
Special thanks to the Mukilteo Evening Book Group, the Brier Reading Club, and Brier Pizza Kitchen.
FAQs: Contact Free Services
How to Submit a Print JobFrom the library's homepage, click Services, then Computers & Printing, then Remote Printing Portal. You will be prompted to enter your library card number and PIN at this point. Choose Web Print from the menu on the left. Note: If on mobile, tap View in Desktop Mode from the bottom of the summary.
- Choose the Submit a Job button.
- Choose either black and white or color and size of paper you would like to print.
- Choose the Print Options and Account Selection button.
- Enter the number of copies you need and choose the Upload Documents button.
- Upload files by dragging them into the highlighted box or browse files by selecting Upload from Computer.
How to Retrieve Your Print Job
- To have the Library print the job for contact-free pickup, click the Notify Library button. A form will open. Select a library, enter your library card number, and click submit. Please allow 2 business hours for documents to be printed and made available to be picked up.
- To print yourself, go to any library that is open for in-building services. At the print station, enter your library card number and pin, then select the job or jobs you would like to print.
When your items are ready, you will receive an automated email and/or phone call.
- Come to the library where your items are on hold.
- When you get here, call the pickup notification number for that library.
- A library staff member will ask for your name or library card number.
- A library staff member will then meet you at the library main door.
- Before opening the door, the staff member will verify your identity by name or library card number.
- You will be asked to step back from the closed door.
- The staff member will open the door.
- The staff member will place your items outside the door in a recyclable paper bag labeled for you.
- Take home and enjoy!
Visit our Contact-Free page for more information.
Sno-Isle Libraries offers online proctoring certification for Microsoft Office and other software. You can find out more about the program here, opens a new window.
Sno-Isle Libraries does not offer proctoring for college testing or other student exams.
Please consult the following institutions or groups for availability of proctoring services for college testing and student exam supervision:
- Edmonds Community College Testing Center
- Everett Community College Testing Center
- Skagit Valley College Testing Center
- National College Testing Association
- Sylvan Learning Centers in Everett, Lynnwood, Monroe, Oak Harbor, Snohomish, and Stanwood offer proctoring services.
- Some institutions permit Proctor U.
FAQs: Contact Us
Yes,the list of community libraries and their phone numbers, addresses, and operating hours are available here.
Chat with us
- Chat with a librarian in real time. Supported chat hours are Monday- Saturday, 9 am–6 pm.
- Submit your question, comment or suggestion by E-mail and our librarians will assist you with your research, help get you started, or make sure your feedback is directed to the right place.
- Check the Locations & Hours page for your local library for their phone number and operating hours.
- Questions? A member of our Administrative Center staff can also help direct your call. Call us at 360-651-7000 (local) or 877-766-4753 (toll free), Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm.
- Text your questions to 360-810-5188. Supported hours are Monday - Thursday 8am to 9pm, Friday - Sunday 8am to 6pm.
- To expedite service, please include your name and telephone number in your initial message. Your standard text messaging rates apply.
- Book-A-Librarian appointments will allow you to ask your question directly to library staff in a face-to-face digital setting. This free 30- to 60-minute session will provide you with personalized help finding information or using technology.
Yes, if you have a question, comment or suggestion, please email the library and we will respond within 24 to 48 hours.