Mobile Printing

The Library offers wireless printing!

You can print emails, documents, photos, boarding passes, and more.  Print directly from a library computer or use your smartphone, tablet, home computer, or laptop to send a mobile print request.

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Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

Visit or call the Youth Department to learn how to sign up your child for Imagination Library!

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The Comstock Colt Card

Student “Colt” library cards now available for all Comstock Public School students! For more information, head to the Children’s page.

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Creative Bug

Library cardholders can enroll and participate in classes from home or use the library’s public computers. For more information about Creativebug or to view the classes available, residents should visit our digital resource page.

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Youth Discovery Kits

Youth Discovery and Storytime Kits are available now!

Browse Now Available

The service is available now to all Comstock Township Library resident cardholders!

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Colt Cards for all Comstock Public Schools students!

Comstock Township Library and Comstock Schools have launched a student library card program to ensure that students have access to library resources.

Student library cards are generated automatically once a year for every Comstock Schools student.


While cards are not issued automatically for Comstock School employees, all employees are eligible to visit the library and apply for a Courtesy card. Employees must show proof of employment, such as a pay stub. Comstock School employees do not need to live in the service area to receive a Courtesy card.

Parents were sent an opt-out letter from the schools prior to the student card being created. If a student card was created and the parent does not want them to have the account, the library will delete the student account from TLC.

Students cannot log on to the library’s computers using their student ID number. They can, however, get a guest pass to log on.

No, students need to come to the library in-person to check out physical materials.

The circulation staff member will look up the account using the student’s name or ID number and cross
reference the account with the student using their DOB, address, phone number, or grade/school. Some
students may have a picture ID with their student number that they can show.

No, students will need to check out at the circulation desk. The circulation staff member will need to type in
the student ID number or look them up by name in order to check them out.

A duplicate check will be done every time we import new student records. If the student already has a Comstock Juvenile card, the student card account will be deleted. The student ID number will be added to the library card account as an ALT ID, so the student can use their library card number or their student ID to check out materials.

No, student library cards will not be charged replacement fees or sent to collections, even if items are not returned. They cannot check out more materials if an item is overdue or has not been returned.

Yes, student library cards can be used to checkout materials on Hoopla and Overdrive.

If a student wants to have their card changed to a standard one, they need to have a parent or guardian come in, fill out, and sign an application form. The card type will then be changed to “Comstock Student Full Access.” Residency requirements are the same as they are for all users. In other words, if the student does not live in the Comstock Township service area, or a reciprocal or Michicard-eligible municipality, they will not be able to “upgrade” their card. In this case, the parent or guardian has the option to purchase a Non-Resident card.

Yes, students are limited to checking out only three physical items at a time and cannot check out mobile
hotspots, launchpads, or story/discovery kits.

A student library card PIN is the last four digits of their student ID number.

No, students do not have a physical library card. Instead their library card account uses their student ID number as their library card number.

Student library cards have a one-year expiration date.

Outreach Opportunities

Would you like a trained librarian to host a storytime or outreach at your institution? We would be more than happy to visit your classroom, daycare or group!

Contact our Head of Youth Services, Traci Scarbrough.

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Kids Programs

Below are a few of our regular kids programs scheduled at different times of the year. Visit our Events Calendar to see a full list of upcoming programs.

  • 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

    Read a book (any book) with your newborn, infant, toddler, or preschool-aged child. The goal is to read 1,000 books before your little one starts kindergarten.
  • Family Storytime

    Designed for babies and young tots, aged 24 months and younger with a loving adult.
  • Pages & Paws

    Read stories with a Therapy Dog!
  • Pizza & Pages

    Join our theme-based book club!
  • Snack Challenge

    Visit the youth department and read for 15 minutes to earn a yummy snack!
  • Summer Reading Program

    Read and complete library challenges to win prizes every summer!
  • Take Home Crafts for Kids

    Pick-up a take home craft at the library!

Discovery Kits

We want to harness your imagination and teach you something new or exciting. Some learn best by doing rather than just reading, so we have curated each of our kits with an experience!

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