Welcome to the Nantahala Regional Library site!

NRL Media Update


Nantahala Regional Library has a new website. Please visit https://www.nrlibrary.org for updated information.


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Need to place holds on items or renew items? Go to our catalog here and click "log in." Enter your library card number and PIN. Your PIN is the last four digits of your phone number. If you have questions, contact your local library.


Don't have a card? Call your library to request a temporary card so you can access our collection and databases while we are not fully open to the public.  









If you or someone you know, for any reason is unable to get to your library and you would like bookmobile service, please call the Nantahala Regional Library at 837-2025.




The link to NCKids is still available on our Website and on the "Kids-Tweens" and "Reference and Databases" pages. To find these pages, look at the tabs at the top of the home screen.

To access NCKids, click here. Or you may type in the address to this website by using your computer's search function. The address is: https://nckids.overdrive.com. You need a username and password to sign in to this site. Your username is your library card number and your password is the last four digits of the phone number you gave to your home library when you signed up for a library card. Remember anyone can access this site!

There are almost 22,000 titles available to check out on the NCKids site. Many of these titles are simultaneous use, which means that if someone already has checked out a title you want, you can still check it out anyway. There are no wait lists for simultaneous use titles! Also, all titles can be accessed via the OverDrive app on all major computer brands and devices, including IOS, Android, Chromebook and Kindles. These titles include books, audiobooks and streaming videos.

The content on the NCKids site aligns with summer reading camps across the state as well as North Carolina's 3rd grade reading initiative. All 100 North Carolina counties have access to NCKids. The funding for it was made possible by the North Carolina legislature and from federal grant money. NCKids is sponsored by the North Carolina Public Library Directors Association and the North Carolina General Assembly with assistance from the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the NC Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

All you have to have to access the NCKids site is a library card. If you are having trouble accessing this site or if you are unsure whether or not you can access this site, please contact your local library. Also, for more information about NCKids, contact your local library.