How do I become a Reciprocal Borrower?
Present your valid library card to any participating member library and provide appropriate ID with your current residential address. Be aware that circulation rules may vary depending on the lending library and all materials checked out must be returned to a library in the county from which it is borrowed.

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1. How do I apply for a library card?
2. Who can get a library card?
3. How do I view what books are available at the Tavares Library?
4. What if I lose my library card?
5. What do I do if I lose or damage an item?
6. Will my library card work at other libraries?
7. What if the library does not own the items I need?
8. May I check out items if I do not have my library card?
9. What if the item I want is already checked out?
10. How will I know when to return items?
11. May I renew items?
12. What events are available for children at the Library?
13. What is a Reciprocal Borrower?
14. How do I become a Reciprocal Borrower?
15. Does the library accept credit card payments?