The Ohioana Book Awards “are the second oldest state literary prizes in the nation and honor outstanding books by
Ohio authors or about Ohio subjects.”




We hope you’ll find these August recommendations from Greene County Public Library staff members as distinguished, stately, and even resplendent as we did.



The Beavercreek library has reopened and returned to its normal operating hours after a temporary closure for planned construction.





All seven Greene County Public Library locations have eclipse glasses available while supplies last that will let you view the eclipse safely. Visit your library to pick up your pair today!







The first clue that sends Langdon on his journey around Florence is a Botticelli illustration for Dante’s Inferno. But while Langdon and Sienna are rushing around trying to interpret this first clue, they are also being chased.


Ohio author Julie K. Rubini will discuss her new book Virginia Hamilton: America’s Storyteller, a biography about a Yellow Springs native and one of the most honored authors of children’s literature in the twentieth century.


Want to be one of the first to check out the brand-new DVDs arriving at the library this April? Request your picks today!


We’ve got brand-new DVDs coming to the library this May! Be one of the first in line to check them out by requesting your picks today.


A batch of new movies coming to the library can help make August awesome. Be one of the first to check them out by requesting them now!


Has the solar eclipse whetted your appetite to learn more about eclipses and astronomy in general? If so, we’ve got some fantastic books for both kids and adults to check out.



The Martian tells the story of an astronaut stranded on Mars after his crew endures a horrible wind storm, and his efforts to make food and stay safe while NASA plans a daring rescue mission.