All Area Libraries (Fairfield, Libbie Mill, Tuckahoe, Twin Hickory, and Varina) are now open to the public with limited hours and occupancy. Additional locations will reopen soon in our next phase. We are offering contactless holds pickup at all locations, new online programs and storytimes, digital library cards, and more. Details here.

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16 July 2020
News & Events
Teens
Makerspaces have popped up all over the world in libraries, museums, and on school campuses. Why not have a Makerspace in your own living space? Makerspaces can fuel innovation, critical thinking skills, and problem solving for teens. Depending on the space you have available at home, you can create a pop-up, temporary makerspace, or a dedicated area. What’s most important is having an environment to be creative.
14 July 2020
News & Events
Adults
Con cada año que pasa, el idioma español crece en importancia dentro de los Estados Unidos. Según un informe del censo de los Estados Unidos de 2015, unos 37 millones de hispanohablantes residen en el país y en Virginia, esos números son casi 600,000 mil. Además, muchas personas toman clases de español para mejorar su comprensión del idioma y la cultura. Ya sea que se trate de un hablante nativo o un estudiante del idioma, la Biblioteca Pública del Condado de Henrico ofrece muchos recursos para quienes deseen materiales en español.
09 July 2020
News & Events
Teens
A good book can feature a journey to a distant land, an impossible reality, or sometimes, stories within a story. Authors often include or invent books of great power and importance within their imagined worlds. Our teen librarians created this list of some of their favorite books about books for teens.
06 July 2020
News & Events
Kids
Increased diversity in children’s literature has been a welcome and growing phenomenon over the past few years. Thanks to the work of organizations like We Need Diverse Books- a non-profit started in 2014 by a diverse group of children’s and YA authors including Virginia residents Meg Medina and Lamar Giles- more children’s books have been written and published featuring a wide variety of racially, ethnically, ability and gender diverse characters, allowing all children to see themselves and their experiences within the books they read. Here are some of our favorites.
02 July 2020
News & Events
Kids
Many books have been made into fabulous film adaptations. So what is the best option… read it and then watch it? Watch it and then read it? The choice is for you and your family to make. You could even listen to the audiobook first. Here are some of our favorite book and film pairings for you to discover (or rediscover) beloved characters in literature.
30 June 2020
News & Events
Adults
It’s hard to maintain balance in your life when you are experiencing stress and anxiety, but that is often when it is most important to take the time to care for yourself. Whether you are looking for a little inspiration, some sage advice on achieving inner peace, or a step-by-step guide to self-care practices, we have books that can help.
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