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 MASKS ARE REQUIRED AT ALL NAVAJO NATION LIBRARY LOCATIONS

Yá'át'ééh! We provide information and library services to all Diné citizens of the Navajo Nation.

What's happening at the Library?

May the Fourth Be With You book giveaway!
Please stop by

Find your next great read!

Your library card gives you complete access to our physical collection, computer, and WIFI services at the Main Library and the Kayenta Library. Look through our catalog and find a good book to read!

Take a look

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Our services are for you

The Navajo Nation Library is open for full services and to help as many people as needed. The Navajo Nation has officially moved the Reopening Status back to Yellow, and we are allowing 74-person occupancy at the Main Library. 

Our digital catalog is open for you to explore, and our books and physical resources are available to check out.

Don't have the time to stop by the library? We have digital resources to help! We highly encourage you to look at our Library at-home page and find what works for you!

Any assistance needed, we are a phone call or email away. Please ask or request away!

Navajo Nation Library - Curbside Services

Curbside Services

The Navajo Nation Library offers curbside services, click on the button to find out how we can help you.

Curbside services

Navajo Nation Library - Library at-home

Library at-home

Your library card will take you far! The Navajo Nation Library has access to many digital resources, take a look for yourself.

Library at-home

Navajo Nation Library - Document Services

Document Services

If you have printing, copying, and faxing needs, the Navajo Nation Library is here to help!

Print services

Mission Statement

The mission of  the Navajo Nation Library is to provide free, equitable access and services that combine and integrates Diné traditional knowledge with library and information services. Our goal is to empower all Diné community members through literacy, technology, creativity, and personal and intellectual growth that will support and encourage multi-generational learners.

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