Tattnall County is served by two branches of the Ohoopee Regional Library System, one in Reidsville and one in Glennville.
The Ohoopee Regional Library System is located along the Ohoopee River in Southeast Georgia and serves a population of 81,336, with branches in Jeff Davis, Montgomery, Tattnall and Toombs counties.
Services ofered the Ohoopee Regional Library branches:
- Free library cards
- Free checkout of books, audiobooks, and DVDs
- PINES public access catalog
- Free e-books
- Free Internet access (black and white printouts are 20 cents per page)
- Computers for word processing
- Free wireless Internet access
- Black and white photocopiers (copies are 20 cents per page)
- Free passes to Georgia State Parks and Historical Sites, Zoo Atlanta, Go Fish!, and the Center for Puppetry Arts
- Free Ancestry.com access through GALILEO (free access not available outside the Library)
- Interlibrary loan for books and articles not owned by Middle Georgia Regional Library. Submit a request here.
- Free foreign language learning program by Mango Languages
- Newspapers and magazines
- Digital and print versions
- Consumer product information
- GALILEO (Georgia Library Learning Online) is the award-winning virtual library of licensed, commercial databases and selected free Internet resources available to the residents of Georgia.