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I want to thank you by Gina Hamadey ; illustrations by Kelly Lasserre.
Breaking the news by Alex Marlow.
Jungalow by Justina Blakeney, written with Jason Rosencrantz ; principal photography by Dabito.
The women of the Bible speak by Shannon Bream.
On Juneteenth by Annette Gordon-Reed.
1000+ little habits of happy, successful relationships by Marc & Angel Chernoff.
A radical awakening by Dr. Shefali.
Know thyself by Stephen M. Fleming.
Dream first, details later by Ellen Marie Bennett with Sarah Tomlinson.
Other people's words by Seth M. Siegel.

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Amenities | Services | Resources Free public computer access / Free WiFi / Large Meeting Room / Person’s Special Collection / Assistive Technology / AWE Early Literacy Station Computers – Ages 2-8 / Wireless Printing / Copying / Scanning / Faxing / Laminating / Notary / Regular & Large Print Materials / Digital Resources / Free Programs & Events Click here to fill out our meeting room application. The library also features a unique and extensive special collection of art, architecture, and interior design materials made possible through a bequest by Thomas B Persons, Jr. Mr. Persons, a Monticello native, was an Auburn University and University of Cincinnati graduate in Interior Design who took part in the restoration of the White House during the 1970’s and owned his own interior design business in Atlanta. Upon his death in 2004, Mr. Persons bequeathed money from his estate to purchase art, architecture, and interior design books for the Jasper County Library in memory of his father, Thomas Persons, and his mother, Bessie Spears Persons. As part of the Azalea Regional Library System, the Jasper County Library is able to offer patrons with a valid PINES library card free access to:
  • A robust collection of print & digital resources and services.
  • Tutor.com: Individualized academic and career support in both English and Spanish languages.
  • Public computers and AWE early literacy station computers for children.
  • GALILEO’s online offerings which include: eRead Kids; Novelist; Gale Legal Forms Library; MANGO Languages; Job and Career Accelerator; Ancestry Library Edition; Heritage Quest; Consumer Reports; and many more.
  • eBooks, audio books, and digital magazines for all ages via OverDrive, Freading, and Sebco Books.
Free park and museum passes are also available for check out, thanks to a partnership with the Georgia Public Library Service (GPLS). More information about all of the partnership offerings, visit their partnerships page. The Jasper County Library is conveniently located in the City of Monticello. The library is open Monday-Saturday with a dedicated and well-trained staff ready to assist the community. Free wifi available 24/7. Check the library’s calendar for programs. Come visit us today!
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