January 5, 2021
Happy New Year!

As we approach the New Year with thoughts of hope and healing, Live Oak Public Libraries looks forward to continuing to share stories and grow stronger together. 

Click here to read the Library's year-in-review article in the Savannah Morning News.
Winter Reading Challenge

Start off the new year with a good book! All ages are invited to explore works from authors spanning an array of diverse backgrounds. Read anything you like during the challenge, complete optional activities, and earn rewards! You can count Read Woke reading as Winter Reading too!

Reading Resolutions

Have you resolved to read more this year? What is on your must-read list for 2021? If you need some ideas, you can find reading recommendations and virtual book groups through the library!

Launch into the New Year

Your family can now check out Launchpad learning tablets from Bull Street, Garden City, Tybee, and W.W. Law Libraries. Keep your kids engaged at home with interactive learning - without accessing downloads or the internet. Launchpads are available for different age ranges and bilingual users. Visit the library to borrow one today!
Job Tools

Do you or someone you know need help with a job search, resume writing, or interview preparation? Use your library account to access AtoZdatabases for free online resources and webinars.

Braille Literacy Month

Georgia Libraries for Accessible Statewide Services (GLASS) offers free resources for individuals who are blind or whose physical abilities require the use of materials in braille or audio format. Visit the GLASS website or call 1-800-248-6701 for information.
Creative Writing Challenge

Join us for the 11th Annual Leopold's Creative Writing Challenge! Students can submit poetry of any style for a chance to win an ice cream party. This year’s theme and more details about the challenge will be announced soon.

Free Tax Preparation Assistance

Beginning February 1, free tax preparation assistance will be available by appointment only at Bull Street Library and Southwest Chatham Library. AARP volunteers will assist individuals, scan their documents, and then work with them virtually online.

All Live Oak Public Libraries locations will be closed on Monday, January 18 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Visit us online anytime to access ebooks, eaudiobooks, movies, and more!
Live Oak Public Libraries
Live Oak Public Libraries is a system of 16 libraries providing programs and services in Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty Counties. Our mission is to provide excellent, responsive service to enrich people’s lives, support lifelong learning and build and enhance our communities.