Hispanic Heritage Month

Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 is National Hispanic American Heritage Month, recognizing the achievements and contributions of Hispanic American champions who have inspired others to achieve success.

Mayors Wellness Campaign

Details for two dozen events for all ages promoting physical and mental wellbeing.

Vote 2023

Your guide to the 2023 General Election.


Story times are a foundation of early learning and we offer multiple ways for children to benefit from the story time experience: on our YouTube Channel, with a Storytime at Home kit or in person. Details here.

  • October top 5 for under 5We invite you to check out this month’s PPL Youth Services recommendations for activities, resources and new books in the library collection for children up to five years old and their families. Princeton Children’s Book Festival The library’s annual Princeton Children’s Book Festival returns Saturday, Oct. 7, from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. under the […] Read More Posted Oct 2, 2023 by Martha Liu
  • All the books: the minor miracle of interlibrary loanWe pride ourselves on having an extensive collection of books, audiobooks, and movies for all ages at the Princeton Public Library. However, it is an unfortunate bit of reality that we (or any other library) cannot own everything ever published. Only a tiny fraction of the books published are in print and available for us […] Read More Posted Sep 28, 2023 by Andre Levie
  • Fifty, "Enchanted"This blog began as a birthday tribute to beloved author Gail Carson Levine. After a decade of rejections from publishers, her first novel “Ella Enchanted” was an instant commercial and critical success. It went on to earn the Newbery Honor from the American Library Association, one of the most prestigious prizes in literature for young […] Read More Posted Sep 19, 2023 by Megan McCafferty
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