If I find a ripped or loose page in a book I checked out, can I just tape it?

Please do not tape any books or pages. The library uses special glue to fix ripped, torn or loose pages and covers. Tape is actually bad for the paper the books are printed on. So, if you accidentally rip a page or find a torn or loose page, please gather the pieces and let a librarian know about the damage when you bring the item back. In most cases there won't be a charge for ripped pages.

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1. Do I need a card to check out books?
2. How do I obtain a library card?
3. Can I access my account online?
4. How do I add someone else to my card?
5. Why am I being charged for a lost or damaged book?
6. How many books can I check out?
7. How long can I keep the items?
8. Can I renew my stuff?
9. Is there an app for that?
10. I've forgotten my PIN. Can I reset my PIN?
11. How much will I have to pay if my items are returned late?
12. If I find a ripped or loose page in a book I checked out, can I just tape it?
13. Can I access the Internet at the library?
14. Can I print?
15. If you don’t have a book I need, what can I do?
16. Do you have any eBooks?
17. Can I use my debit / credit card to pay my fines and fees?
18. Do you have an outside / after hours book drop?
19. Am I notified if I have overdue items?
20. What if I am not receiving emails from the library and I have given them my email address?
21. Do you accept donations?
22. Do you offer proctoring services?
23. Can I get a non-resident card?
24. Is the library a member of the North Utah County Library Cooperative?
25. Can someone else use my account?
26. How can I help?
27. Who are the Friends of the Library?