At the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library we believe in free access to books of all kinds—including banned books! To celebrate Banned Books Week, we compiled a list of the ALA’s 10 most frequently challenged books, which you can check out now.
The Library’s Black Events and Exhibits Committee (BEEC), in partnership with the Midwest Black Speculative Fiction Alliance, is bringing a virtual Black Speculative Fiction Authors Panel to community members this fall.
In this episode of our “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, Dani McClain speaks with local bookstore owner Gregory Kornbluh.
When people hear the word “library” a few things typically come to mind, namely librarians and books. But a library is run by people working in many different roles. They’re all helping community members with much more than book recommendations. Our series Spend a Day with a Library Worker takes you inside the lives of our library staff in different roles and follows them on a typical workday.
Our libraries are hosting many outdoor events and activities for kids and families, including storytimes and StoryWalks®. Visit our online calendar of events to learn more about what’s going on at a library or community location near you!
We selected eight beloved branches with outdoor spaces and asked customers on social media to vote for their favorites. See which branch earned the top spot!
If you use OverDrive through the Library to check out eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and more, you should know about upcoming security changes.
In this first installment of the West End Stories Project, we spoke with local musician Nathaniel Leroy Davis about his memories of the West End.