Bring your family to the Miller Park Library on Thursday, December 3 from 4-6 p.m. to kick off the holiday season. We'll have cookies and drinks, caroling with Brian Griffin, and a craft for the children. You can also write a letter to Santa, who will visit from 5-6 p.m. Don't miss our annual holiday event!
We provide best selling audio and print books you can checkout and download to a wide range of devices.
Kids and Teens can find best selling audio and print books in two new collections: the TEENScollection and the KIDScollection. Try them, and don't forget that you can always go to the main collection for more.
Zinio Digital Newstand Platform offers you access to full digital copies of some of your favorite magazines. You can download and view these titles on your computer or mobile device. Learn more about using Zinio
Hoopla is a free audio and video streaming service available to all Upper Arlington Public Library cardholders. Through Hoopla, patrons now have access to thousands of titles in video, music, and audiobook formats for streaming or temporary download. Content can be enjoyed on smartphones, tablets or computers. Learn more about Hoopla, check our support page, or download a copy of our Hoopla Instructions sheet.
Upcoming Program & Event Highlights
It's time for our 4th annual Gingerbread Building Competition! Build a gingerbread house or other sweet creation and bring it to the Main Library on Friday, December 4 to be displayed during Holiday Happiness on December 5. You could win a prize to Huffman's Market or Graeter's for your handiwork. Our celebrity judges include Jeni Britton Bauer of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, Columbus DJ Mark Dantzer, and our own Browser Bear. Get details and preregister at gingerbread.ualibrary.org
Bring the family to the Main Library on Saturday, November 28 at 2 p.m. for a showing of Inside Out. We'll supply popcorn and candy, and you may bring a drink with a lid. Children ages 9 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
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We’ve been made aware of an incident in which a patron received a recorded call from a number whose caller ID read “UA Library” and whose message indicated that there was a problem with the patron’s credit card information. Please be assured that the Upper Arlington Public Library has no record or file of your credit card, bank account or other financial information. We will never ask for such information either in person, on the phone or via email. If you receive a call such as the one above, do not respond. Make note of as many details about the call as you can and file a report with the UA Police. Please call our Administration office at (614) 486-0900 as well to let us know of the incident. Note that you may receive legitimate calls from us, or in rare cases, our collection agency Unique Management regarding library items. However, we will never ask for credit card, bank account or other financial information.
UAPL is excited to announce that online access to the New York Times is now available to our patrons! By following a few simple steps, you can get unlimited access to articles on NYTimes.com (no more paywalls!) inside or outside of the library.
Inside any of UAPL’s library branches, simply use one of our public computers, or use your device to connect to our wifi, then sign up for a free account at nytimes.com/register. Then read all the articles you would like!
Outside the library, log into your account on UAPL’s online catalog. On the right-hand side of the page, you will see the NYT Complimentary Access code. Click Redeem to have this entered. You will have to create or log into your NYTimes.com account. This code will expire after three days (72 hours). When that happens, go back to your UAPL catalog account to redeem it again, and as often as you would like!
To access other newspaper and magazine titles, click here to see what is available through UAPL's subscriptions.
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- Are you tech-ed out for the holidays? Are you connected to our digital services? Created by Paul in Media Services
- Thanksgiving Recipes Created by Kevin in Media Services
- Tech Buying Guide Created by Kevin in Media Services
- Romance + Teens= Things We Know by Heart Created by Stephanie in Youth Services
- Picture Book Selection: The Great Big Book of Families Created by Stephanie in Youth Services
- Book Quotes Created by Tracie in Youth Services
Focused on a specific topic, our subject guides can help you discover the resources you need.
Tatiana by Martin Cruz Smith
Old Russia meets new Russia as the ever-cynical but ever-curious Moscow police investigator Arkady Renko moves among the two cultures in this latest Martin Cruz Smith book, “Tatiana”. Despite opposition from his superiors, Arkady insists there is a link between a reporter falling to her death and a mobster shot and killed. Throughout his investigation, Arkady fights with his own department while risking his life and reputation to solve this mystery. Within this twisting plot, Smith has added a hint of Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code as Arkady must de-code a key aspect to the case. In this eighth international thriller of the Arkady series, Smith has continued to create strong characters, great dialogue, and a plot that keeps the reader’s interest to the last page.
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