Books are just the beginning...

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. 


HUGE news for the Community Read 2016

Tiffin-Seneca Public Library has selected “Orphan Train” by Christina Baker Kline as the 2016 Community Read title. As part of the Community Read program, T-SPL is happy to announce that the bestselling author will speak on Thursday, February 25 at 7 pm at Tiffin Columbian High School’s auditorium. 

The Community Read encourages the Seneca County community to read the same book and come together for special events and discussions celebrating it. 

In February and March, the library is to host a series of special programs pertaining to the book and is to include local libraries and schools. For a complete listing of book discussions special events and resources, please check out Community Read 2016

The Community Read is made possible through a grant from the White Family Charitable Fund, of the Tiffin Charitable Foundation and generous local donors.

For more information, please call the library at (419) 447-3751.


You can get more than ever with just a T-SPL library card!

Tiffin-Seneca Public Library has announced an increase in the number of free downloads from Hoopla Digital. Patrons are now able to access ten free downloads every month; since 2014 it has been five downloads. 

Hoopla is a free, online streaming service, like Netflix, that allows patrons access to movies, tv shows, audiobooks and music to their computer or mobile device. To get started, patrons need a library card and an email address to register at www.

For more information, call 419-447-3751, stop by Tech Time Q & A or ask at the Information Desk.