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New Books At Eatonton-Putnam County Library

Jubilee by Toni Tipton-Martin.
We are knitters by knitspiration to take anywhere and everywhere.
The ultimate Instant Pot healthy cookbook by Coco Morante.
Horror stories by Liz Phair.
The joys of baking by Samantha Seneviratne.
Unwanted spy by Jeffrey Sterling.
The accursed tower by Roger Crowley.
The making of Outlander, the series by Tara Bennett.
Wild game by Adrienne Brodeur.
The suspect by Kent Alexander & Kevin Salwen.
The chocolate shark shenanigans by JoAnna Carl.
Smoke screen by Terri Blackstock.
Restless rancher by Jennifer Ryan.
The innocents by Michael Crummey.
City of scoundrels by Victoria Thompson.
The accomplice by Joseph Kanon.
The Andromeda evolution by a novel by Daniel H. Wilson.
A Christmas gathering by Anne Perry.
Twisted twenty-six by Janet Evanovich.
Noel Street by Richard Paul Evans.

Amenities | Services | Resources

Free public computer access / Free WiFi / Quiet Study Room / AWE Early Literacy Station Computers – Ages 2-8 / Wireless Printing / Copying / Notary / 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 patrons with a valid PINES library card free access to:

  • A robust collection of print & digital resources and services.
  • Individualized academic and career support in both English and Spanish languages.
  • Public computers and AWE early literacy station computers for children.
  • GALILEO’s online offerings which include: eRead Kids; Novelist; Gale Legal Forms Library; MANGO Languages; Job and Career Accelerator; Ancestry Library Edition; Heritage Quest; Consumer Reports; and many more.
  • eBooks, audio books, and digital magazines for all ages via OverDrive, Freading, and Sebco Books.

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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