Biblioteca Pública Municipal de São Bernardo do Campo

Public libraries

Open to the public in 1958, the city's library network seeks to serve the population through 6 central service units, as well as 40 reading points divided between rooms, library boxes, small collections and points supplied by the programs Reading for All and Spreading the reading.

As a way to promote and safeguard diversity, we also have 5 different spaces: Gibiteca, Art Library, Book Exchange Space, Braille Space, Reading Space in Poupatempo.

It has an approximate collection of 200 thousand volumes, composed of books, newspapers, magazines, video tapes, CDs, DVDs, braille books, devices, toys, games and other materials that can be consulted and / or borrowed.

In addition to these supports, libraries also offer internet access.

(published on 01/01/2012 by José Ricardo Quaglio)
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