Suggest a Purchase

 

If you would like to suggest a purchase to add to the DCLS collection, please fill out the form below. All suggestions are welcome and appreciated. Have you checked the catalog? If you find an available copy, you can borrow it.
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Sorry, The Library is unable to place holds on eBooks.

The Library is unable to place holds on eAudiobooks.


“Please fill out the following if you would like to be placed on hold for this item, or if we don’t purchase, if you would like an Interlibrary Loan request submitted.

Please allow 3-4 weeks for suggestions to appear on your account; it may take longer if the item is not yet published or if it is requested through Interlibrary Loan.  All suggestions will be considered, but we cannot guarantee that the Library will be able to purchase this item. We also cannot guarantee that you will be the first person in line for this item if it is purchased.  Interlibrary Loans may subject to special terms and conditions. More information can be found here.  Thank you for understanding.
 
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The Library welcomes purchase suggestions for electronic titles such as e-books and e-audiobooks through OverDrive.  Because of the cost of electronic titles and the number of requests The Library receives, we must limit these requests to 1 request per month, per member barcode.  To suggest an e-book or e-audiobook title, click here to go to the OverDrive website.  Be sure and log-in to your OverDrive account so you can recommend a title.  Once logged in, go to the bottom of the screen and on your left will be a link to Recommendations.  Or if you access OverDrive through the Libby app, use your Libby app to make a title recommendation.  Please do not use the Suggest A Purchase form to make a request for electronic titles.  Requests for electronic titles coming through the Suggest A Purchase form will be cancelled.

The Library also offers electronic products through Hoopla.  The Hoopla electronic collection is created by Hoopla based on the licensing agreements they negotiate with authors, publishers, producers, and artists.  Because only Hoopla knows what they can and cannot negotiate, user recommendations cannot be taken.”