Libraries have bookmarks everywhere. Near checkout, at reference, on the children’s desk, near displays. There are bookmarks in every drawer, behind every desk, on every shelf. Libraries also have little event flyers that, while not technically book marks, can be used to hold a place in a book. Basically, libraries are lousy with bookmarks and bookmark-like things.
One thing that shouldn’t ever mark a spot in a library book? Turning down the corner of your page. Because it’s not your page. It’s the community’s page. And your community wants you to use a damn bookmark.
Just ask for one! We’ve got 2 or 3 thousand waiting for you at your local library.