Adolphine Fletcher Terry Library

Renovation Update

Terry Library will be getting new flooring beginning July 31. We will remain open with limited access to areas as they are worked on. Services will continue, but holds may be slightly delayed.

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About Terry Library

Adolphine Fletcher Terry Library was expanded in 2001 to serve the growing west Little Rock community. The 19,030-square-feet facility offers patrons thousands of books and audio/visual items for adults and children, enclosed study rooms, and public Internet access. The Terry Library also offers a variety of monthly programs for children and adults.

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  • (1) meeting room available for public use, equipped with digital projector
  • (4) 2-person study rooms and (1) 6-person study room
  • (10) 1-hour internet computers, (2) 15-minute express computers, (5) Chromebooks, (2) children’s tablets, and (4) catalog computers
  • In-house headphones for public use
  • Free, open access WiFi
  • Study carrels and tables throughout the building
  • Charging station for Apple & Android devices
  • Courtesy phone
  • Puzzle swap
  • Fishing poles, telescopes, early literacy activity kits (Lit Kits), and birdwatching kits available for checkout
  • Inside play areas with toy kitchen, train table, and dramatic play area with a new theme every month
  • Family bathroom with changing table
  • Little Free Pantry
  • Book lockers available as a separate hold pick-up location





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Library Manager

Jennifer Cordell

Hours of Operation

  • Mon 9:00AM - 8:00PM
  • Tue 9:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Wed 9:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Thu 9:00AM - 8:00PM
  • Fri 9:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Sat 9:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Sun 1:00PM - 5:00PM

Point of Interest

Adolphine Fletcher Terry

Adolphine Fletcher Terry, a Little Rock native, was a library advocate and served as a trustee of the Little Rock Public Library from more than 40 years. She was a proponent of advancing Arkansas’ school systems, forming the first school improvement association in the state. She was also the sister of Pulitzer Prize winning poet John Gould Fletcher.

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