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For over a decade kids across the county have practiced their reading skills at the Library with a few unconventional (and furry) tutors at our Tales to Tails events.

It's officially "TeenTober"!

  • October 4, 2019 |
  • 4 MIN READ|
  • General
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In honor of the first annual "TeenTober" the Downtown Main Library's TeenSpot asked teens to give their book, eBook, and audiobook recommendations for fellow teenagers. (And a few from the Librarians too, because they couldn't resist!)

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School is back in session and our Homework Helpers are ready to tutor kids for free in reading, math, science and everything in between.

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This year's Summer Adventure was one of our most successful yet. Check out all the fun we had!

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Downtown Main Library Teen Librarian Emma Willig discusses her outreach with teenage girls at the Hamilton County Juvenile Court Youth Center and the authentic interactions that take place around books, poetry, and introspection.

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In advance of Bryan Stevenson's presentation at our inaugural Mary S. Stern Lecture Series Oct 2 at the Aronoff, we're kicking off a system-wide book club to discuss his book 'Just Mercy'.

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In 2017, the Library began a partnership with Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority as part of a nationwide program to get books into communities with limited access to literacy resources.

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Reference Librarian Adam Vorobok learned about Picasso and Chagall paintings through one of Cincinnati’s best-kept secrets: the See the Story book club. This partnership between the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and the Cincinnati Art Museum started in 2004 and it's one of his favorite parts of his job.

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With 41 Branch Libraries, there are plenty of different types of storytime to choose from. But which storytime will you and your child like the most? Take our fun quiz to find out!

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Library super-fan Keisha Gamble shares how the Library isn't just a place to check out books and movies or hang out. It provides community members with so much more.