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NY Public Library 13h
A new web browser extension "immediately shows you if any given book is available at your local library."
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Who needs a throne when you've got a library card? Check out these book recommendations for your favorite characters.
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NY Public Library 17h
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is often called the first science-fiction novel. On this special podcast episode, learn how a teenage girl created a literary legacy, and a monster who we refuse to let die.
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NY Public Library 18h
This morning, , , and showed this video to as they asked them to . Watch now:
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NY Public Library 18h
On the latest episode of : Gwen and Frank tackle one book that feels comforting and homey; one that's distinctly unsettling; and one that's somewhere in between.
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Jennifer Egan May 14
Fellow NY'ers!! Please join me *TODAY* in signing a letter urging NYC leaders to and support the vital resources that only provide: free access to millions of books, research materials, and more, for all New Yorkers!!
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NY Public Library 21h
. talks about the importance of funding libraries at the rally with , , , and . Please sign a letter in support of libraries before the City Council hearing begins in a few minutes!
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NY Public Library 22h
The African American Theater Research Guide highlights the treasure trove of resources at the by and about African American theater makers. This new guide is sure to thrill beginner and veteran researchers alike.
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NY Public Library May 20
Are you a cartography lover? You'll want to take a look at the Map Warper tool!
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NY Public Library May 20
Sarah Jessica Parker is standing with her library: "It is a cornerstone, a beacon, and one of the most beloved buildings in our community." Post a note sharing why you need your library, and show City leaders why it's essential to :
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NY Public Library May 20
These 13 quotes perfectly sum up the joy of reading. What are your favorite quotes about reading?
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NY Public Library May 20
“[While] things were pulling the country apart, he was trying to point out the beauty of the individual, the sanctity of the individual, but also how individuality in a sense binds the country together, we are a country of individuals.”
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NY Public Library May 20
Who needs a throne when you've got a library card? Check out these book recommendations for your favorite characters.
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NY Public Library May 20
NYPL's Map Division has collections that range in scale from global to local, and support the learning and research needs of a wide variety of users. But how can maps be used for genealogical research? This blog series can help you find out!
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NY Public Library May 20
Looking for new graphic novels? This list of graphic novels featuring LGBTQ superheroes features the perfect titles for your next trip to the library.
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NY Public Library May 20
Sarah Jessica Parker can't accept cuts to libraries, and you don't have to either. Post a sticky note today sharing why you need and love your library, and show City leaders why it is essential to :
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NY Public Library May 19
Is a middle grader in your life expressing a desire to read manga, but you're not sure where to begin? Our Manga for Middle Schoolers recommendation guide is here to help!
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NY Public Library May 19
These books for kids and teens are perfect to celebrate and learn more about .
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NY Public Library May 19
We're hiring! Browse our careers page to find jobs across our 92 locations:
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NY Public Library May 19
"It’s not overstating it to say that the public library is a bedrock part of all that’s right with American democracy. Think of it: All the knowledge in the world is available to everybody. For free. All you need is a library card."
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