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Springboro Public Library

Springboro Public Library


Celebrating 70 Years of Service to Our Community!


A room without a book is like a body without a soul – and a city without a library is like a graveyard.

Malala Yousafzai



9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.




Our 70th Anniversary (1944 – 2014) Celebration is here! We are hosting “Patron Cafés” in the meeting room during our regular operating hours. Join other patrons on daily walks down memory lane with memorabilia displays and stories of library days through the years. We have three free drawings you may participate in as you check out materials from the library.







We are supporting our library’s 70th Anniversary with a Painting Fund Raising Party. We will paint an abstract rendition of the, “GUDGEONVILLE BRIDGE” on a 16×20 canvas. Please register at and reserve your seats today! The 70th Anniversary painting party is to be held at “TheMoviesATMeadville” on Thursday, October 16th at 6:00 p.m. There is only room for 45 people so hurry and reserve your seats today!  All profits benefit the library. Please call the library at 587-3901 for more information.





Our, “Senior Cafés” are back!

Please tell your friends and join us on Monday, September 8th for our

“70th Anniversary Celebration-Senior Café” from noon to 2:00 p.m.

New Look!


Come in and see the new circulation desk while checking out a book, DVD, music CD, and much more to choose from!

Patrons view!

Patrons view!

Patrons view!

Patrons view!


Staff view!

Staff view!


New Saturday Hours!

New Saturday Hours!

You can access a world of reading and discover online literacy resources that pair classic video storybooks with Weston Woods related nonfiction eBooks through BookFLIX using your library card right from your own computer @ home or at your local library. Please ask @ the circulation desk for details how to access and use this program.

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Bittersweet by Colleen McCullough
Cop Town by Karin Slaughter
Healing Quilt by Wanda E. Brunstetter
Windigo Island by William Ken Krueger
1 of Us by Tawni O’Dell
Biscuit Witch by Deborah Smith
Pickle Queen by Deborah Smith
Driving With the Top Down by Beth Harbbison
Faceoff by David Baldacci
Fools Assassin by Robin Hobb
Heaven Sent Rain by Lauraine Snelling
Heist by Daniel Silva
KIKI My Stylish Life by Kyla May
Love Comes Home by Ann H. Gabhart
Love Letters by Debbie Macomber
Perfect Life by Danielle Steel
Pride Prejudice and Cheese Grits by Mary Jane Hathaway
Secrets of the Lighthouse by Santa Montefiore
Sign Painter by Davis Bunn
Shots Fired by C. J. Box
Target by David Baldacci
Water Walker by Ted Dekker

American Auto Legends by Michael Furman

Juvenile Fiction
If I Stay by Gayle Forman
Delirium by Lauren Oliver
Fire and Ice by Shannon Hale
Mr. Jack is a Maniac by Dan Gutman
Requiem by Lauren Oliver

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Preschool Story Hour

Calling all preschool moms! We’ll be sharing exciting summer stories, fun crafts, and healthy treats this month on Wednesday, September 3rd and Wednesday, September 17th at 10:30 a.m.

Watch as our facebook page will show pictures of these events and more.



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Lone Survivor
Heaven is for Real
Vikings : Season 1
The Other Woman
Justified : Season 3
Rio 2
The Lego Movie

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Beginning January 2nd, 2013 you will able to reserve books from your account in our catalog at Once you log in with your library card number and password (the default password is your last name, you can change it after you log in) just click the Place Hold button from the item’s record. If the item is not a type that can be reserved there will be no Place Hold button.

If we have your email address and your messaging settings are set to send you an email when a hold is filled, you will get an email notification when the item you requested is waiting for you. You can change your messaging settings after you log into your account under the My Messaging tab.

If we have your email address on record you will find it on your account under My Personal Details. If you need to change the address stop by the circ desk the next time you’re in the library.

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Ebooks are now available to CCFLS library patrons via Overdrive! As long as you have a valid CCFLS library card you’ll be able to check out ebooks to read on a variety of ebook readers, mobile devices, or your home computer.

For more information on compatible devices & instructions, see the pdf files below:

Compatible Devices

eBookHowToGuide – for mobile devices and most eBook readers

Kindle-eBookHowToGuide – For Amazon Kindle eBook readers, including the Fire

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Have you used the CCFLS eStacks? Are you interested in ebooks? Please take a moment to complete our short survey to help us improve the eStacks service.

CCFLS eStacks Survey

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