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I am missing a disc from an audio book - I live in New York. How do I buy a replacement? Robert Furman

I checked this book out from my Public Library in Larchmont, N.Y. 10538
Last Updated: Dec 23, 2017  |  89 Views

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Dear Robert,

You would have to consult your own library about this. Some libraries do not accept replacement copies, but instead charge the patron a replacement cost (it is usually more efficient to get a replacement straight from the library's normal suppliers, since then it arrives processed and ready to circulate). In our own collection, we are able to order single replacement disks from some audiobook publishers, but not from others. There is usually no way for a private individual to buy a single replacement disk.

I encourage you to call or email your own local library to see what their policy is. You can contact them at (914) 834-2281, extension 2 (for Circulation). Or email them at larchmontlibrary@hotmail.com (include your library card number).

Good luck!

Martha/Omaha Public Library, Main Branch

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