Twenty-three library projects across Scotland will receive a share of the £1.25m Public Library Covid Relief Fund.
The Scottish Government has awarded funding to local authorities to reopen libraries that closed during the pandemic, start wellbeing cafes and facilitate home library services.
The largest grant of £448,000 will help reopen five Glasgow libraries and increase opening hours across the city.
Scotland's Culture Minister Jenny Gilruth said the funding reflects the Government's goal of driving cultural recovery through its communities.
"This fund will see the provision of community-centred projects aimed at, among other things, reducing social isolation, promoting mental wellbeing and reducing the poverty-related attainment gap."