The entire fiction collection is located toward the front of the library. It is separated into a new books area, a section for large print books and general collection. New books stay in their specific area for approximately 6 months prior to being moved to the general collection. There is a 2 week loan period for all books, with the availability of renewal if needed. Fiction is not separated by genre, but identified by applicable stickers on their spines. Some basic categories one would find are: western, science fiction, mysteries, Español and various holidays.
The non-fiction collection consists of a substantial reference collection which can be used in house only. In addition there is a general collection which may be checked out. The books are organized by the Dewey Decimal system.
Video Cassettes and DVDs
A variety of CDs are available for checkout. The collection is adjacent to the audio section of the library.
Magazines and newspapers are located adjacent to the reading area.
The microfilm collection is housed in the file cabinets of the Genealogy Room. There are back issues of the local paper, The Calhoun Times, and census records of Georgia counties. There are 2 microfilm readers located in The Genealogy Room. This is a non-circulating collection