September 16, 2014

What’s New

The Maze Runner
Place your hold on the book that inspired the movie!
Freegal Music
Have you downloaded your seven free songs from Freegal this week? You'll find thousands of hits from the Sony catalog, including songs from Meghan Trainor!
Sneak Peeks
Place your holds on the November and December featured titles!
Read an E-Book Day
Your Library has a huge collection of titles available from Overdrive, 3M Cloud Library, Freading, Scholastic Bookflix, and Tumblebooks! New best sellers are added all the time--Celebrate the day by checking out a book right now on your mobile device or desktop!
Broken Monsters
Place your hold on the new book from Lauren Beukes!
The Roosevelts: An Intimate History
Place your hold on the new book by Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns!
Big Little Lies Readalikes
Liane Moriarty’s latest bestseller is set in an elementary school where a parents’ trivia night goes horribly awry. Recently, there’s been a bumper crop of fiction with school settings. They’re chock full of drama, gossip, humor, and suspense. Start the school year off with one of these addictive reads!
The fall issue of LibraryLinks is now available online!
Adult Education Fair
Adults looking to get their high school diploma, earn a college degree, or switch careers can get information on a wealth of resources available from the Library and other Greater Cincinnati organizations by attending the Adult Education Fair Wednesday, Sept. 17 in the Main Library.
Books by the Banks Poster Debut
Artwork by the late Charley Harper gets a new life in this year’s collectible Books by the Banks event poster. The 2014 poster will be unveiled at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 16, at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Cincinnati.
Fall Used Book Sale
Make plans to attend the upcoming Friends of the Public Library Used Book Sale at the Corryville Branch!
Main Library Exhibit Part of FotoFocus Celebration
Come view Cincinnati as seen through the eyes and camera lenses of the region’s best photographers during the Frame Cincinnati photo exhibit Sept. 9–Nov. 2 in the atrium at the Main Library.