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Catching up with Caudill

Wednesday August 20 @ 6pm

As part of our Back 2 Books grant from the Secretary of States Office, the Henry Public Library will be holding book discussion featuring titles from the 2015 Caudill nominee list. Copies of the book are available at the library.

Upcoming Discussions

  • September 3 - Unstoppable by Tim Green
  • September 17 - A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park
  • October 1 - Slob by Ellen Potter
  • October 15 - Ungifted by Gordan Korman
  • October 29 - Navigating Early by Claire Vanderpool

Paws to Read

More information available on our Children's page or by calling the library.

Alliance Digital Media Library

Want e-books?? Check out this service at alliance.lib.overdrive.com. This service is ONLY available to Resident and Non-Resident card holders of the participating libraries. To login use your Henry Public Library information (non-working example: Library Card: D360000000 Password: abcd).

E-books and downloadable audiobooks are available for a wide range of devices including computers, iPhones, Nooks, and Kindles. Please check here for Overdrive's list of tested and compatible devices.

Please call the library at 364-2516 with questions or to schedule a demonstration.

clock Summer Library Hours:
June-August
Monday 1 - 6 p.m.
Tuesday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday 1 - 8 p.m.
Thursday CLOSED
Friday 1 - 5 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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Henry Republican

The Henry Public Library is in the process of digitizing our newspaper microfilm. This will allow for easier and more efficient access both for researchers and our staff. The digitization includes making the text of the newspapers searchable. In some cases, the quality of the microfilm makes this impossible, these items are still available for viewing. The archives are available at henrypublic.advantage-preservation.com.

Currently the earliest newspaper is from 1896 and the latest is in 1965 (there are gaps - both because we have more reels to digitize and because we do not have all of the historical newspapers).

This is an ongoing project of the Henry Public Library and is being funded by donations and the Library Per Capita Grant from the Secretary of States Office.

Please call the library at 364-2516 with questions or to schedule a demonstration.

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