Omaha Public Library wants to help readers find new books — or at least books new to them. Every month, OPL employees will recommend reading based on different writing genres, themes or styles.
Día is a celebration every day of children, families and reading that culminates yearly on April 30.
Today is the first day of spring, and OPL staff shared a few of their favorite springtime reads. Find these titles and more at one of OPL’s 12 locations or omahalibrary.org.
Omaha Public Library's Virtual Book Bash event is coming up on Thursday and will provide an opportunity for book lovers to learn about new and exciting books from library staff and to chat virtually with fellow book lovers.
Winter officially begins on Dec. 21, and Omaha Public Library staff have recommended some winter or cold-weather-related selections to cozy up with this season.
As planning continues for a potential major donation to the Omaha Public Library, patrons came out Thursday to support the libraries they know and love.
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, OPL staff have recommended books by or about Hispanic Americans.
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Local government bodies, not the County Assessor/Register of Deeds Office, sets the property tax rates.
Omaha's new trash and recycling approach offers an important opportunity for a cleaner, more attractive city.
Under proposed rule changes, school systems would be required to employ only one half-time certified school librarian per district, with an adult or paraprofessional required to supervise each school library.
Children’s Book Week (May 3-9) celebrates its 102nd anniversary with the theme “Reading is a Superpower.”
Someone recently turned in a book that was supposed to have been returned to the Omaha Public Library on July 29, 1970.
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Looking for some new literary loves this holiday season? The Omaha Public Library staff offers their lists of must read books.
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