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New Books At Greene County Library

The calling by Rha Goddess, founder and CEO of Move the crowd.
The making of a miracle by Mike Eruzione with Neal E. Boudette.
Children of the land by Marcelo Hernandez Castillo.
The art of breaking up by [numerous hitRECord artists].
Love yourself like your life depends on it by Kamal Ravikant.
Feel it out by Jordan Sondler.
Above the line by Stephen Klemich and Mara Klemich, PhD.
Abandoned by Anne Kim.
Bad data by Peter Schryvers.
The last negroes at Harvard by Kent Garrett and Jeanne Ellsworth.
The holdout by Graham Moore.
Love her or lose her by Tessa Bailey.
Lost by James Patterson and James O. Born.
Salt River by Randy Wayne White.
Brain wash by David Perlmutter, MD, Austin Perlmutter, MD, with Kristin Loberg.
Alone in the wild by Kelley Armstrong.
The museum of desire by Jonathan Kellerman.
Golden in death by J. D. Robb.
Jesus by Max Lucado.
Crooked river by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child.
The regrets by Amy Bonnaffons.
The burn by Kathleen Kent.
The light after the war by Anita Abriel.
Penric's progress by by Lois McMaster Bujold.
Out of the attic by V.C. Andrews.
Breaking silence by Mercedes Lackey, Cody Martin.
Shuggie Bain by by Douglas Stuart.
Second sight by Sharon Sala.
Terminal black by Adrian Magson.
Death in the Garden City by Jeanne M. Dams.
Verge by Lidia Yuknavitch.
The mercies by Kiran Millwood Hargrave.
The majesties by Tiffany Tsao.
The protective one by Shelley Shepard Gray.
The tenant by Katrine Engberg ; translated by Tara Chace.
Age of death by Michael J. Sullivan.
The third to die by Allison Brennan.
The queen's fortune by Allison Pataki.
The Siamese twin mystery by Ellery Queen ; introduction by Otto Penzler.
Black Sunday by Tola Rotimi Abraham.
Wildland by Rebecca Hodge.
The only child by Mi-ae Seo ; translated by Yewon Jung.
Perfect little children by Sophie Hannah.
The resisters by a novel by Gish Jen.
The illness lesson by Clare Beams.
Last day by Luanne Rice.
A view to a kilt by Kaitlyn Dunnett.
Don't look down by Hilary Davidson.

 

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Free public computer access / Free WiFi / Quiet Study Room / Large Meeting Room / Assistive Technology / Children’s Area / AWE Early Literacy Station Computers – Ages 2-8 / Wireless Printing / Copying / Scanning / Faxing / Digital Resources / Regular & Large Print Materials / Free Programs & Events / Book Sale Room

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As part of the Azalea Regional Library System, the Greene 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.
  • Tutor.com: 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; Tumble Book Library; 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 Greene County Library is conveniently located in the City of Greensboro, 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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