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Top 10 Most requested items from our catalog

The girl on the train : a novel / Paula Hawkins.
The life-changing magic of tidying up : the Japanese art of decluttering and organizing / Marie Kondo ; translated from Japanese by Cathy Hirano.
Private Vegas / James Patterson and Maxine Paetro.
The nightingale / Kristin Hannah.
Still Alice : a novel / Lisa Genova.
Motive / Jonathan Kellerman.
Prodigal son : a novel / Danielle Steel.
Crash & burn / Lisa Gardner.
Obsession in death / J.D. Robb.
The boys in the boat : nine Americans and their epic quest for gold at the 1936 Olympics / Daniel James Brown.

Food For Fines

Food For Fines

Thank you for your interest in the Yorba Linda Public Library’s Food For Fines program, which runs November 10 through December 20. You can donate online from the link below, or bring canned goods into the library. The virtual Food Drive program, run through the Community Action Partnership of Orange County Food Bank, allows you to donate food without the work of bringing in canned goods to the library. If you are donating to clear fines from your library card, there are a few steps you’ll need to follow:

1. A $10 donation through the virtual food drive will allow you a waiver of up to $40 in library fines.

2. Fines waived on the account must have already been assessed. This means if you still have overdue items on your account accruing new fines, those will not be included in the waiver. All overdue items have to be returned and checked-in for all the fines to be waived.

3. For your fines to be waived, you must print a receipt from the food bank. Bring this receipt in to the library with your library card, and a clerk will waive the fines on your account.

     a. We will return your receipt to you once a clerk has initialed and dated it. Receipts may only be used once, for one account only. Receipts are non-transferable and non-reusable.

     b. If your donation is more than the fines on your account warrants, no credit will be issued for the extra.

4. The Food For Fines program may only be applied to overdue fines. We will not waive any fees related to A) Damaged items, B) Lost items, C) Collections Accounts, D) Rental fees for DVDs or reserve items.

5. If you do not have any fines on your account, but would still like to donate to a good cause, please continue on to the next page. All donations are greatly appreciated. You do not have to bring a receipt to the library if you do not have any fines on your account.

6. No receipts accepted after end date of the program.


Food For Fines

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