Scary Story Contest
It's that time again! The theme for this year is: Dreams and Nightmares.
Your story MUST be your own, original work, and it MUST incorporate the theme. Stories that do not follow the theme will be disqualified. Language must be library appropriate. See the links below for complete details and participation forms.
Welcome to the Kenosha Public Library Online Bookstore!
Kenosha’s online source for discounted books, music and movies.
Why are we selling books?
We are strongly committed to books and reading. We see a real value in book ownership and encourage book ownership by individuals and families. While the Library's main focus remains book borrowing and free access to information, we want to serve our customers better. By adding this new capability of buying books to our website, we are giving you a choice of how you access the information you need. Proceeds from the items you buy here benefit the Library.
How to place an order
You can place an order when browsing through the Katalog or by selecting the Online Bookstore link from our homepage.
First time users receive a 10% discount on their order by using the code: HOLIDAY10 at checkout.
The newest addition to the digital collection,
Kenosha's Lost Industries: Photographs and Corporate Materials, 1850s-1990s, contains over 1,600 images and 35 corporate catalogs, product advertising pieces, periodicals, books, posters, a newspaper supplement, program booklet, stereo cards, and publicity shots relate to former major manufacturers in Kenosha County that had a significant impact on the growth of the city and the lives of its citizens as well as an influential state, national, and international presence.
The collection includes materials from the C.E. Dewey Lantern Slide Collection. Named collectively for Cortland Ernest Dewey, the 1,232 images primarily depict people, buildings, landscapes, objects and significant events in the city and county of Kenosha from the 1830s to the early 1940s.