E-readers available for loan


Preloaded e-readers are now available to borrow – and to take home!

Five Barnes & Noble Nooks and two Apple iPad Minis feature a collection of bestsellers.

Plus, each Nook is designated with books from a particular genre:

  • Nook 1 — Romance
  • Nook 2 — Mystery/Suspense
  • Nook 3 — History/Biography
  • Nook 4 — Fiction Bestsellers
  • Nook 5 — Nonfiction Bestsellers

Both Minis include books in all of these genres, as well as graphic novels.

Also, you can also browse the Internet on the iPad Minis. (You will need a wireless connection.)

Each e-reader circulates for 28 days with one renewal (if there are no holds). Late fines are $3/day.

E-readers are available at the Reference desk. All you need is a Grandview Library card in good standing and a state-issued ID.

Check out an e-reader today!

SPECIAL THANKS to the Tri-Village Noon Lions Club for donating an iPad Mini (which can be used by visually-impaired patrons) and for providing Braille instructions for them, and to the Kiwanis Club of Northwest Columbus for donating an iPad Mini.

LAPTOPS AVAILABLE FOR IN-LIBRARY USE. 10 PC laptops are available to check out at the Reference desk (for in-library use only).

HAVE YOUR OWN DEVICE? Download books, magazine, music, and more onto your own device at Digital Downloads, available any time through ghpl.org.

TUE, SEPT 17: The Big Give

Grow the Grandview Library Foundation’s Endowment Fund during a special, 24-hour online giving event called The Big Give, presented by The Columbus Foundation.

Beginning at 11 am on Tuesday, September 17:

Plus, there is a $1 million bonus pool that could amplify your donations!

The Columbus Foundation is covering all credit card fees, so 100% of donations go to directly to the Endowment Fund. Major credit cards accepted. Gifts begin at the $20 level.
Thank you for supporting your Library!

The Big Give is powered by PowerPhilanthropy, the Columbus Foundation’s online resource of 600 nonprofits working to strengthen and improve our communities.
The Grandview Library Foundation’s Endowment Fund was established through the Columbus Foundation in 1993 to enhance the Library’s ability to meet the information, educational, and recreational needs of our community.