Apparel, drinkware and other items featuring the iconic Princeton Public Library logo are now available for purchase in our store. Proceeds from the sale of library-branded items support collection and programming development.
Enjoy a selection of approximately 3,000 titles, in a wide variety of genres and world languages, for adults and children, including popular titles such as The New Yorker and The Economist. Available anytime for reading on your computer or downloading to a mobile device using the Libby app; no checkout limit.
Themed storytime plans crafted by librarians contain a list of books, followed by links to songs sung by our staff and ideas for crafts and other activities. Mix and match from this plan to create a perfect Storytime at Home.
The latest information about the COVID-19 vaccines, including availability, vaccination sites and transportation to vaccination appointments, compiled by library staff from official sources.
- Researching your rootsMy grandmother came from a very large family, one that I knew very little about. Growing up, she has told me stories here and there, including those about her oldest brother who fought and lost his life in WWII. She never mentioned more than that because, as it turns out, she never really knew what […] Read More Posted Jun 22, 2021 by Dana Treichler
- Community partner spotlight: Not In Our Town PrincetonTo extend our community outreach, the library partners with the many municipal, non-profit, and business organizations that make Princeton such an extraordinary town. This month, we spoke with Linda Oppenheim, board member of Not In Our Town Princeton. Not In Our Town Princeton and Princeton Public Library have been longtime partners with a shared mission […] Read More Posted Jun 14, 2021 by Kim
- Let reading color your world this summerCelebrate the official start of summer at the library by joining our annual Summer Reading program, beginning June 15. Open to readers of all ages, we invite you to reflect, investigate and interact with the world around you and see how “Reading Colors Your World.” Children and teens who log at least 20 days of […] Read More Posted Jun 8, 2021 by Amanda Chuong