Curry Public Library has over 30,000 books and audiobooks on our shelves, and our shared Coastline library system provides access to over 400,000 items. Visit in person to browse, or click on the search box at the top of this page to get started exploring our catalog.
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Pictures of the Library Collections
The library orders new books nearly every week in the attempt to make sure there will always be something interesting to read.
The children's room has a great selection of graphic novels, classics, and popular series to help inspire and develop a love for reading.
Google Maps is great, but our atlas collection is even better.
As a hub of activity, Curry Public Library cannot claim to be the quietest library in the world, but we do have plenty of comfortable reading spaces.
New book display
The library displays new fiction and non-fiction in our atrium area. We also have a table with Lucky Day books that cannot be reserved, and are available just for people who visit the library in person.
Library staff are always looking for interesting non-fiction in as many different subject areas as possible. Recommendations are welcomed!
The library has a great selection of award winning chapter books including Newberry Medal winners, Coretta Scott King Award winners, Oregon Battle of the Books titles, and more.
The library has a wide range of picture books for early readers.
We know many of you love pocket paperbacks, and we continue to acquire all kinds including: science fiction works, paranormal romances, historical romances, mysteries, and westerns.
Mystery readers can find a wealth of materials on our shelves.