Written by Joe Armstrong, Content Specialist, Downtown Main Library
Look no further than your library for the coziest reading spot this fall. Need a place perfect for curling up with a good book? All of our 41 library locations have unique atmospheres to find and enjoy a snug story this fall - but we've listed just a few favorites from our customers to get you started.
Ready to find your new favorite fall reading spot? Visit a library location near you.
Get Cozy at the Clifton Branch
Step back in time as you discover the quiet reading room in a building dating back to 1894. The Clifton Branch's reading room boasts large, ornate windows and hardwood finishes and furniture that exude warmth during the colder months.
Explore the entire Clifton Branch to discover its vintage charm, offering a perfect escape for book lovers seeking a classic reading experience. Dim, ambient lighting enhances the intimate atmosphere, making it the ideal place to lose oneself in the pages of a beloved novel.
Fall Fun at the Symmes Township Branch
Bring the whole family to the Symmes Township Branch and find books (and cozy reading nooks) for all ages to enjoy. Need some "me" time? There are plenty of reservable spaces for uninterrupted one-on-one time with your favorite fall read.
Booklovers Love the Blue Ash Branch
There's no shortage of nooks and crannies at the Blue Ash Branch. Bring a warm cup of tea and pick one of the many comfy chairs (conveniently placed near a window showcasing the changing colors of the many trees surrounding the building).
Dive Into a Good Book at the Delhi Branch
Natural light lovers will feel right at home in the Delhi Branch's quiet room. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls encase this bright space, allowing plenty of sunshine while you relax in comfortable armchairs and small wooden tables.
Discover Cozy Spots at the Deer Park Branch
With over 25,000 square feet of vibrant reading spaces, you might have a hard time deciding on just one place to read at the Deer Park Branch. Featuring bright barstool style seating facing floor-to-ceiling windows, multiple reservable spaces, and its serene quiet room you'll have no shortage of options for places to read this fall.
This Fall is All About the Anderson Branch
One of the most popular quiet spots to study, read, and hold small meetings is at the Anderson Branch. An adult, quiet reading room sponsored by the Anderson Township Library Association (ATLA) is home to our ATLA collection of books that focus on art, history, and culture. It has comfortable seating and houses the branch's periodical collection - all complete with a cozy fireplace!