The Robson Ranch Library is located on the east end of the Creative Arts & Technology Center (CATC).
It is free and open to all residents.
You can get a library number weekdays between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.
The library holds a collection of fiction and non-fiction books (including large-print books), a paperback book exchange,
DVDs, CDs and jigsaw puzzles.
You can check if we have a hardback book by visiting https://opac.libraryworld.com and entering Robson Ranch Library when asked;
no password is needed.
The box at left of the page scrolls down to let you check books by a specific author or books by title.
It also gets three online newspapers courtesy of Friends of the Library:
Denton Record Chronicle, New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal.
The room has free WiFi, several computers and a printer for residents' use, and a comfortable reading area.
It is our wish to help all Robson residents enjoy the materials
that are available in our beautiful library!
The Robson Ranch Library is open
seven days a week from from
9:00 a.m.- 9:00 p.m.
The Robson Ranch Library is overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors and staffed by volunteer residents.
Paperback books are not accessioned and do not need to be checked out.
All other materials, however, must be.
If no one is at the desk, you will find a checkout sheet on the counter.
Just list your name, library number
(if you remember it), title of the work and its accession number. This number is on the cover of videos, CDs and puzzles, and on the first page of hardback and large-type books.
Materials for return should be given to the volunteer at the desk or, if no one is there, dropped through the marked slot in the side of the desk near the entryway.
All books, DVDs, CDs and puzzles
are donations from residents or purchased with funds from Friends of the library.
Because of limited space, the library accepts only hardback books published within the past three years. (There is no publication-date limit for paperbacks.)
All items are evaluated for
popular interest and condition.
If duplicates, or if deemed not appropriate for the library, you can consider the following locations for the rest of your materials.
Recycled Books & Records
200 N. Locust Street, Denton
Open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Wants high-quality items in great condition; says being picky means they pay better than others. Does not take textbooks.
420 East FM 3040, Lewisville
No buybacks on Thursdays. Check online for other store locations.
1721 N. Carroll Blvd., Denton
(A thrift shop supporting
Habitat for Humanity)
Open 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Drop-off Locations for Used Books:
Nearest drop boxes are in Denton
at two UNT locations:
(1) 701 Central Ave. (corner of Central Avenue & Eagle Drive), located by parking
(2) 956 W. Chestnut Street (on the east side of UNT campus)
Better World Books
Lake Dallas Public Library Parking Lot
302 S. Shady Shores, Lake Dallas
(about 11 miles from Denton, close to Shady Shores exit on 35E)
Thrift Stores in Denton:
Goodwill Stores in Denton
(1) 2030 West University Drive
(2) 2460 South I-35E.
Denton Thrift Store
708 W. University Drive
The club’s purpose is to be an active advocate for the Library, increasing
the community’s awareness,
while serving its membership
and supporting the
Library Board of Directors.
Annual membership is only $10 per person, and there’s a Drop Box
for dues in the Library.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO...
People can join or renew memberships at any time throughout the year.
TIME TO RENEW YOUR FOL MEMBERSHIP!
CLICK HERE FOR HOW TO JOIN!
You can now make dues payments and donations to Friends of the Library with credit cards, using the GroupWorks site.
CLICK HERE FOR SIMPLE
The Library Board/Staff and
Friends of the Library provide
a variety of special programs
throughout the year.
Watch here for news of our
Wednesday, September 21,
10:00 AM to Noon--
Denton Public Library Cards and E-Reader Assistance Program
Denton Public Library (DPL) librarians will be here in our library to sign up residents for DPL cards and to answer questions about using e-readers to download DPL’s e-books, audio books, movies, and other digital materials. To get a DPL card, you need to show a photo ID (Driver’s License, State ID, Passport, etc.) and proof of residency (if your ID does not contain your Denton address). If you have e-reader questions, bring your e-reader for hands-on help.
Wednesday, October 12,
10:00 AM to Noon--
Denton Public Library Makerspace,
The Forge, and DPL Online
The DPL’s Outreach Librarian, Haley Phillips, and the DPL’s Technology Librarian, Trey Ford, will be here in our library to present an informative program on DPL resources. Their presentation will cover The Forge Makerspace at North Branch Library as well as DPL’s wide assortment of online resources. The Forge is a creative space for crafters, coders, makers, and anyone wanting to learn a new skill or see their imagination come to life; it offers resources in 3D printing, electronics, robotics, web design, graphic design, digital art, animation, video editing, computer programming, and small business solutions. Haley and Trey will also discuss how to utilize DPL online research tools, such as databases, tutorials, and webinars.
Put these on your calendar today!
Here are the 2022 Friends of the Library (FOL) Book Discussion dates and reading list.
Discussions are free and open to all Robson residents.
All will be held from 2:30 to 4 p.m.
Three copies of the books are in the RR Library within a few weeks,
courtesy of FOL.
The books are also available on Amazon and from most public libraries.
Watch for announcements a few weeks before each session...
and start reading now!
November 1, 2022
-- Amor Towles,
The Lincoln Highway,
a hot contemporary novel by an author who was the subject of a previous popular FOL discussion (Gentleman of Moscow). LaDonna Womochel,
Elaine Kushmaul and Diane van Naerrssen will present.
May be in Library or Clubhouse.