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Recommended Reading For Eatonton-Putnam County Library

Swim swim sink / by Jenn Harney
Teddy bear of the year / by Vikki VanSickle ; illustrated by Sydney Hanson
Naughty ninja takes a bath / by Todd Tarpley ; illustrated by Vin Vogel
Fancy Nancy storybook favorites / by Jane O
Just like Dad / by Gina and Mercer Mayer

Amenities | Services | Resources

Free public computer access / Free WiFi / Quiet Study Room / AWE Early Literacy Station Computers – Ages 2-8 / Wireless Printing / Copying / Scanning / Faxing / Digital Resources / Heritage Genealogy Room / Regular & Large Print Materials / Assistive Technology / Free Programs & Events 

The Carnegie portion of the library, built in 1916, boasts exquisite original hardwood shelves, floors, window frames, and fixtures, a fireplace, marble fountain, and a beautiful robin’s egg blue ceiling. This area is dedicated to the youngest of patrons and features computers, books, and a reading area just for children. The original circulation desk from the Carnegie Library is still in use today.

As part of the Azalea Regional Library System, the Eatonton-Putnam County Library is able to offer a robust collection of print & digital resources and services.  Patrons with a free library card have access to PINES, Georgia’s “borderless library” system that provides card holders with the ability to obtain books from over 300 library branches and affiliated service outlets across the state. PINES card holders also have free access to GALILEO, an online library portal that offers patrons digital books, media, newspapers, and more. Some popular databases include, eRead Kids, Novelist, Gale Legal Forms Library, MANGO Languages, Job and Career Accelerator, Ancestry Library Edition, Tumble Book Library, Heritage Quest, New Georgia Encyclopedia, and many more. Additionally, patrons may browse eBooks, audio books, and digital magazines for all ages via RBDigital, Freading, or SebcoBooks.

Free park and museum passes are also available for check out, thanks to a partnership with the Georgia Public Library Service (GPLS).  More information about all of the partnership offerings, visit their partnerships page.

The Eatonton-Putnam County Library is conveniently located in the City of Eatonton, open to the public seven days per week, and has a dedicated and well-trained staff ready to assist the community. Come visit us today!

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