Books-by-Mail

old man readingWhat is Books-by-Mail?
Books by Mail is a fast, convenient service that supplies books, DVDs and CDs to people who are unable to use the library system due to physical and medical disabilities.

How does it work?
Registered patrons receive materials through the mail in zippered nylon bags. When the materials are due for return, the patron attaches postage and mails the bag back. To save money, the bag may be dropped off at any branch of the Lee County Library System. Postage-free service service is available to those who qualify.

Materials may be requested by phone or mail. Books-by-Mail provides a Reader's Advisory Service upon request and alerts patrons to new arrivals through a quarterly newsletter.

How to apply
Request an application by calling the Lee County Library's Books-by-Mail Office at 239-533-4444 during normal business hours.