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Summer Reading

Teens -- summer reading @ your library begins June 14. You can sign-up early online HERE, or at the library starting June 7. Read 45 minutes per day to earn weekly rewards!

David Macaulay Movies

July 1 @ 10-11:  
CASTLE combines colorful animation with live-action documentary sequences to tell the story of a 13th-century Welsh castle. Author David Macaulay, who wrote and illustrated the best-selling book of the same title, leads viewers on a castle tour, explaining its cultural and sociological significance and its architectural design. Detailed animation dramatizes the building of the castle and portrays the lifestyle of the early inhabitants.
July 1 @ 2-3: CATHEDRAL, based on Macauly's award-winning book. Using a combination of spectacular location sequences and cinema-quality animation, the program surveys France's most famous churches. Travel back to 1214 to explore the design of Notre Dame de Beaulieu, a representative Gothic cathedral. The program tells period tales revealing fascinating stories of life and death, faith and despair, prosperity, and intrigue.

July 15 @ 10-11: Roman City -- The glories of Ancient Rome are explored in this animated and live-action video recounts life in Verbonia, a fictional city in Gaul. A well-planned town with all modern conveniences, it is threatened by conflict between conquerors and conquered. Macaulay also visits Pompeii, Herculaneum, Ostia, Nimes, Orange, and Rome, to view actual Roman architecture and engineering greatness.

July 15 @ 2-3: Pyramid -- How did ancient Egyptians build the Great Pyramid at Giza, joining two million blocks of heavy stone with amazing precision? Who were the leaders who built these enormous structures, and what did these tombs signify? Host David Macaulay explores the history, mythology, and religions of Egypt's people, combining live footage and animation. Take a rare look at the mummy of Ramses II and buried treasure in the sacred Valley of the Kings.

Enki Library now has graphic novels

Check out Enki Library’s graphic novels in E book format.

Read anywhere!!

Do you Hoopla?
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Graphic Novels and Comic Books are available on HOOPLA!

Dungeons and Dragons
Fans of action, adventure ardor, anticipation, advancement and alliteration Rejoice!  The Hemet Public Library will be hosting a pen and paper campaign on Fridays @ 2-5 and on Saturdays @ 12-4.

See you soon!

Mobile printing Available!
Mobile Printing

With our new MobilePrint Service™, you can use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from anywhere. Simply submit documents for printing and come to the library to release and pick up your document using your library card.

 How to print from a laptop or desktop computer at home or work:

Begin by visiting: 

Select the printer and enter your email address.

  • Browse your computer to find and select the file you wish to print.
  • Click the green print icon (you will see the status of your print job and a reference number).
  • At the Print Release Station in the library, select “Release a Print Job”.
  • Enter the email address you supplied and select your print job.
  • Enter your Library card number without spaces.
  • Your print job will be available for 2 days after you send it! 

 Your print job will be printed!

 How to print from tablet or smartphone app: 

 Visit your device’s ‘store’ for apps, install and launch the PrinterOn App.

  • Click “No printer selected”.
  • Click “Search”. Search for Hemet Public Library.
  • Find Hemet Public Library and click Black and White Printer and save.
  • To print:
    • Documents: when viewing the document, click in the upper right corner and upload the document to the PrinterOn App.
    • Photos from your phone: open the app, click on “photo” and select a photo to print.
    • Select the printer and click the print icon.
    • Enter an email address and click on the check mark (you will receive a notice that the job started, and shortly after another message stating “Job Success”).
    • At the Print Release Station in the library, select “Release a Print Job”.
    • Enter the email address you supplied and select your print job.
    • Enter your Library card number without spaces. We will hold you print job for 2 days!

 Your print job will be printed!

Email from any device directly to the library’s print system at e-mail.

  • At the Print Release Station in the library, select “Release a Print Job”.
  • Enter the email address you supplied and select your print job.
  • Enter your Library card number without spaces.
  • We will hold you print job for 2 days, so sending an email print job on a Monday will, ensure that it is ready for printing Wednesday!

Your print job will be printed!

Scholarship help... it's not to early to begin
Need Scholarship help



Thanks to the generosity of Wells Fargo Bank and a grant from Inland Library System. We are proud to announce Tuition Funding Sources ("TFS") a private website where high school and college students are matched with scholarships and grants. The scholarship matching service is provided to students free of charge.  

The TFS scholarship database represents 27 years of scholarship research and is many times larger than any other source of scholarship information. The database is made up of millions of need-based, merit and general scholarships and totals more than $41 billion in available awards

In addition to general scholarships that can be used at any school, the scholarship database contains millions of scholarships that are school specific, meaning they are only available at the sponsoring school. Next to federal and state grants, this scholarship category is the largest pool of scholarships available and is one of the reasons the TFS scholarship database is so large. New scholarships are added to the database every month.  

The TFS scholarship data is a very respected resource and was displayed for many years at a demonstration lab in the Smithsonian Institution. It was also selected by the Department of Defense for use in their international schools. 

Library patrons can remotely access scholarships, financial aid and career information from their library, home, school or workplace. 

Please go to, create an account and begin looking for scholarships and financial aid.  It's never to early to start!

Free Homework Help, AP. Test prep, SAT Prep., and ACT Prep Available Online
Free homework help, SAT prep., and ACT prep. available from your computer... 7 days a week...  all you need is your library card and PIN. This site provides free online tutors from 1 PM until 10 PM; test prep for state and national tests; a writing lab; and other helpful homework tools.

Free Practice Driver's Test!

Teens, are you preparing to take your written Driver's Test soon?  IF so, try this website for help.  It totally free!
free practice driving tests

Free eBooks
Access free ebook sites: