Library Services

Northeast Regional Library offers these servies

Free WiFi

Free WiFi Internet Access is available daily from 6AM - 10PM

Online Card Catalog

Our Card Catalog is online! Click here to search our online card catalog

Public Computer Access

Public computer access is available at all branches


Copy machine available. Color copies available at select branches


Printing available at all branches. Color printing available at select branches.

Digital Resources

Libby, hoopla, Palace Project, Comics Plus, Britannica K-8 and more

You can view our Story Time Schedule here.

The branches of the Northeast Regional Library System are open for service inside the building.

To assist with social distancing considerations, branches will offer minimum seating with some public access computers available at six-foot distances.

❔ For additional questions about library services, please contact your local library branch or call NERL at 662.287.7311

🛑 The Walnut Library is temporarily closed 🛑

The Blue Mountain Library will be closed Wednesday, December 14 and Thursday, December 15


All branches will be closed Friday, December 23 through Monday, December 26 for Christmas Holiday

All branches will be closed Monday, January 2, 2023 for New Year’s Day

All branches will be closed Monday, January 16, 2023 in observance of Martin Luther King Day

All branches will be closed Monday, February 20, 2023 in observance of President’s Day

Click Here to Learn About our Digital Resources • We have three new Digital Services Available!

Read with hoopla!

hoopla puts your public library at your fingertips. Anytime. Everywhere! Ebooks and audio books

You can stream titles instantly through your desktop browser or our mobile app. If you use our mobile app, you can also download titles to your device for offline playback later, where Wi-Fi may be unavailable. Titles are automatically returned and removed from your device at the end of the lending period.

Read with Libby

Borrow ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, and more from your local library for free! Libby is the newer library reading app by OverDrive, loved by millions of readers worldwide.

The Palace Project is a pilot program through the Mississippi Library Commission to provide additional e-books, e-audios, and other digital materials to public libraries, in addition to the materials available through Hoopla and Libby.  To use this new service, download the Palace Project app and search for “MLC” as your library.  After entering an email address and creating a pin/password, the app will create a virtual library card for you to use. 

For teachers and students needing a reliable source for educational materials, the Magnolia database has added Britannica K-8 to their list of digital resources.  Britannica K-8 is a comprehensive, up-to-date collection of informational text and media, including articles, images, videos, audio clips, primary sources, maps, and other research tools.

Comics, manga, and graphic novels fans will love Comics Plus, an online collection of digital materials now available for NERL patrons.  Materials can be searched by age appropriateness, as well as subject, title, author, and popular series.  Or you can just browse the collection of thousands of items.  Juvenile patrons will only have access to age-appropriate items, while adult patrons will have access to the entire collection.  As with all library materials, parents and caregivers should assist minors in making their reading selections and help guide them to making choices that fit their needs.

• In order to allow better access to e-books, e-audios and e-magazines through our partnerships with Hoopla and Libby, we are allowing members of our communities who need a library card to receive a library card number via email.  Please send your name, mailing address and phone number to for assistance.

• If you currently have a library card and are experiencing technical difficulties accessing our digital materials, please email for assistance.

For more information about your local branch, click on a library below

Upcoming Books

One is an Egyptian fantasy by a real-life librarian. One is set in 1980s rural Mississippi. One is a dark comedy. One is by the first employee at Instagram. One is a gothic fantasy.

The Daughters of Izdihar by Hadeer Elsbai

Expected Jan 10, 2023

From debut author Hadeer Elsbai comes the first book in an incredibly powerful new duology, set wholly in a new world, but inspired by modern Egyptian history, about two young women

Please Report Your Bug Here by Josh Riedel

Expected Jan 17, 2023

Introducing Josh Riedel's adrenaline-packed debut novel about a dating app employee who discovers a glitch that transports him to other worlds.

Wade in Water by Nyani Nkrumah

Expected Jan 17, 2023

A gripping debut novel of female power and vulnerability, race, and class that explores the unlikely friendship between a precocious black girl and a mysterious white woman in a small Mississippi town in the early 1980s.

Bookworm by Robin Yeatman

Expected Feb 14, 2023

A wickedly funny debut novel--a black comedy with a generous heart that explores the power of imagination and reading--about a woman who tries to use fiction to find her way to happiness.

The Writing Retreat by Julia Bartz

Expected Feb 21, 2023

The Plot meets Please Join Us in this psychological suspense debut about a young author at an exclusive writer’s retreat that descends into a nightmare.

The God of Endings by Jacqueling Holland

Expected March 7, 2023

By turns suspenseful and enchanting, this breathtaking first novel weaves a story of love, family, history, and myth as seen through the eyes of one immortal woman

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Library Blog

Northeast Regional Library Blog

It’s Sew Cute!

It’s SEW Cute! Sewing at the Corinth Library On Wednesday, November 16 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., the Corinth Library will host an Introductory Sewing class.  Staff will demonstrate how to thread a machine, Read more…

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Northeast Regional Library

1023 N Fillmore St, Corinth, MS 38834

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Phone: 662-287-7311
Fax: 662-286-8010
Mon - Fri, 8:00-22:00

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