There’s never an excuse to run out of books, music, or movies to enjoy. Here are some of our staff members’ recent favorites.

After Maddy and Olly touched, it seemed inevitable that she wouldn’t be content with life inside the house anymore. How surprised were you that she left her house, bought plane tickets, and went to Hawaii with Olly?

Looking for a great book to listen to in the car, on a walk, or any other occasion? Try one of the 2018 Audie Award nominees, which include the best audiobooks of the year in more than 20 genres.

June means summer and summer means vacations, road trips, and long, lazy days perfect for settling in with a good book. Here are a few staff suggestions to get your summer off to a good start!

Libraries Rock! In honor of this year’s musical Summer Reading theme we’ll have plenty of free musical performances at the library—some especially for kids and others that will be fun for the whole family. Join us for one or all of them!

Our librarians are here to help! Just tell us what you already enjoy reading, and they’ll pick out another book they think you’ll also love.

Get information on tax forms and assistance available at the library, and links to federal, state, and local resources.

Just because Groundhog Day happens in February doesn’t mean you need to watch the same movies over and over and over again. Break out of the time loop by requesting one of these new DVDs coming to the library.

Our video collection is growing, with a fantastic bunch of new movies coming direct from theaters to the library this month. Place your request now to be one of the first to check them out.

June’s new DVDs are busting out all over! Place your request now to be one of the first to check out these movies coming to the library this month fresh from the theaters.

Brand-new movies are a great way to beat July’s heat! Place your request now to be one of the first to check out these movies coming to the library this month.

It’s time for Greene County Public Library’s Summer Reading Book Sales! All seven community libraries will have a great selection of books for kids and teens.

The Underdogs, this year’s Big Read book, highlights the work of the Xenia-based service dog academy 4 Paws For Ability. 4 Paws is particularly well-known for providing service dogs to children who usually can’t get a service animal.

In the mood for a juicy crime novel? Try one of these—deemed the best of the year by the book-review journal Booklist. 

All Greene County Public Library locations will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018, in observance of the Independence Day holiday.