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Books, Audiobooks & Movies 

Check out all we have at T-SPL. With reading recommendations, new releases and staff picks in all genres, this is the place to be.

eBooks & Downloads

Want a good eBook? What about an audiobook? Music? Movies? TV shows? We've got it all here, available for FREE, with just a library card.

Junior Library

We want only the best for Seneca County's children and this is where you get it. Full of books, movies, games, special events and more, we are proud of our Junior Library.

Teens ONLY

Teens need their special place to get away and here it is. Get the latest movie, book and videogame releases and check out our links for homework help and college information. 

Breaking Library News...

Game on!

Tiffin-Seneca Public Library and the International Cultural Center at the Tiffin Middle School are partnering to join hundreds of libraries throughout the country in observing International Games Day @ your library on November 15 at 1:00 to 3:00 pm in the Frost Kalnow Room.

Like so many other libraries around the world, T-SPL will have classic board game favorites for children of all ages to play. Students from Heidelberg University and Tiffin University will also bring and play international games, like the African game Mancala, Carrom and Parcheesi from India and Chinese jump rope, just to name a few.

This is the first year that the Library is taking part of the seventh annual International Games Day, an initiative supported by the American Library Association, the Australian Library and Information Association, and Nordic Game Day. For more information on International Games Day please visit

For more information on the event, please log on to or call the Library at 419-447-3751.


Get Inspired

Tiffin Seneca Public Library is to host the program “Cookie Inspiration” on Wednesday, November 19 at 10:30 am in the Frost Kalnow Room. The program will be presented by Ruth Anne Musgrave, retired Family and Consumer Science Educator at Ohio State University Extension Office.

Participants will learn how to start baking now for the Christmas season. Recipes and pointers for how to keep and package cookies will be given. Participants are asked to bring a recipe to share with the class.

The program is free and open to the public. Please register by going to the Library’s online calendar or by calling the library at 419-447-3751.