The Noxubee County Library was once a jailhouse. When you step through the front door you step back in time. A time when jailers sat at the desk and prisoners yawned and dozed behind bars. Today chains and bars have given way to shelves and shelves of books.
You will find books, tapes and videos of every description, on almost every subject at the Noxubee County Library. There are books for children, young people and adults. Reading allows you to step through other doors into worlds of imagination and enchantment. They take you on adventures with spies and detectives, with villains and bandits, with pioneers and space explorers. From Jack Higgins's Kurt Steiner to Beatrice Potter's Peter Rabbit, you'll be transported to another time and place at the library. Term papers, science projects, book reports, or any number of other school projects can be researched from Noxubee County Library. There are computers in nearly every room which open up even wider windows into our world.
When you walk out the front doors you will carry with you the warmth of a place of information and intrigue that once was only a cold jailhouse. Where there had been emptiness there is now fullness. Where there had been illiteracy there is information. Where there had been isolation there is friendship.
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