A wide range of services and programs for young people of all ages.


The library offers clubs and book groups for all age levels. We also have plenty of ebooks and audiobooks available through Princeton Overdrive and OneClickDigital, or check out the TumbleBookLibrary collection of animated, talking picture books.

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We host a variety of events for kids and teens of all ages. Whether you’re looking for a storytime, a dance party, gaming, films, author talks, book clubs, or technology classes, you will always find a program that will engage your heart, your mind, and more.


If you’re looking for help with your homework you’ve come to the right place. We offer live, in-person, after-school homework help program, as well as live, online homework help, writing assistance, test prep, and more through Brainfuse.  Whatever the case, we’re here to help you succeed!


The library offers many materials and programs to support you in your role as a parent or educator. In addition to our popular story times, the library offers events, a collection of materials reflecting the latest thinking about parenting and education, and much more.



1000 Books Before Kindergarten is an early literacy program offered by the Library to promote reading to newborns, infants and toddlers. The goal is to read 1000 books with your child before the child reaches kindergarten age. Incentives for parents and children will be provided along the way!

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The Princeton Children’s Book Festival is an annual event each September at the Princeton Public Library and the Albert E. Hinds Memorial Plaza. Meet your favorite author or illustrator, have a book autographed, or just have the opportunity to talk to them about their inspirations.

Summer Reading 2016

“On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!” Wellness, Fitness and Sports is the 2016 summer reading theme. Log your reading by books or hours and receive prizes along the way. Visit Youth Services to sign up!