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Daniel Boone Regional Library provides cardholders with free access to hundreds of downloadable and streaming eBooks, audiobooks, music, movies, TV shows and magazines. To access this content, you will need to log in using your DBRL card number. Your PIN is your birthdate … Continue reading
Through our partnership with Driving-Tests.org, the Daniel Boone Regional Library is now able to better assist teens looking to get their Missouri driver’s license. With this new service, all library cardholders now have online access to the Missouri driver’s manual and practice written … Continue reading
A cool surprise awaits young adults in the teen section of each of our three library branches. We recently integrated interactive touchscreens called BookViews into our teen displays. This device shares video previews for some of our most popular YA books. It’s a great way to … Continue reading
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is the primary application used by all colleges and universities to determine your eligibility for grants, loans, work-study and scholarships. More importantly, this form is mandatory for all those planning to attend college. The Missouri Department of … Continue reading
Each year, more than half a million students, encouraged by thousands of teachers nationwide, participate in the National History Day contest. If you are one of these participating students, the Daniel Boone Regional Library has lots of resources to help … Continue reading
Each summer the City of Columbia sponsors the Career Awareness Related Experience (C.A.R.E.) program which prepares young adults for the workforce. The goals of this program are to provide paid, real-world experience while helping teens develop life skills and foster mentorships. The … Continue reading
On average, 2.8 million teens runaway from home each year. Rainbow House, a local emergency shelter for youth, receives 10-15 calls each month from teens who have either been abused or kicked out of their homes. To help combat this … Continue reading