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Calling All Writers and Artists: Submit Your Work to Library Zine!

Get creative, and get published! We're looking to showcase the distinct voices of NYPL patrons with our next issue. Read More ›

Library Zine! Build a Better World

The second issue of the Library Zine! is here! Explore a few selections from the second issue.Read More ›

Calling All Writers: Submit to Library Zine

Are you writer, poet, or artist? Would you like to see your works published? The New York Public Library has an opportunity for you!Read More ›

Get Creative for Teen Tech Week!

Want to play with LEGOs, coding and Snapchat? We have the books for you. This week we are celebrating teen creativity and technology at the library.Read More ›

12 YA Novels To Look For in 2016

New year, new books!Read More ›

Tabrizia's Favorite Books of 2015

Books that made one librarian fall in love with reading all over again this year.Read More ›

Books & Authors: A Great Alternative to Goodreads

Did you know you can access a database for book lovers with your library card?Read More ›

Write On! Great YA Books To Inspire Teens To Write

Got writers block? Some creative inspiration from the library.Read More ›

The Hunger Games Is Over, Now What? 10 Books to Take Its Place

    The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa: Alison Sekemento, a vampire, must pass as a human in order to stay with a group of rebels who are in search for a legend, a possible cure that for the disease that killed off most of human civilization. If you're not sick of vampires, a great readalike book for dystopian readers.
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A Bronx Week Reading List: May 8-18

One of the unique features of the Bronx is that is has a week dedicated to showcasing and celebrating all its wonderful attributes: history, literature, culture, etc. Here is a reading list which is sure to spark your interests in all things Bronx!Read More ›

A List of Lists: April 2012

Visit NYPL's BiblioCommons for these lists and many more. You can also create your own and share them with us in the comments! See below for some interesting staff picks from the past month, on topics both timely and timeless:

April is Poetry Month, and April 26 is Poem in Your Pocket Day. Don't be caught unprepared; NYPL staff can help you find the perfect poem.

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July is Near!

July is almost here and Summer Reading has officially begun!

Are you registered at your local library?

To celebrate the start of July and how much you love the Library, check out a festive coloring sheet below.

Courtesy of Sedgwick Library.

Happy reading!

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Summer Reading Colors!

Summer is upon us once again!

What a wonderful sight, the sun will be shining bright and the school year will soon end.

It's a more than great time to stop by your local library and sign up for Summer Reading!

Sedgwick Library is ready, are you?

Below is a fun coloring page, illustrating a surfer pig ready for the summer!

Print it out and color!

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Pic Pick: Jeremy Draws a Monster

Picture Book Recommendation=Let's Pick a Pic (Picture book).

Ms. Rodriguez from Sedgwick Branch Library picks a pic.

Jeremy Draws a Monster

By Peter McCarthy

Ages 4-8


Oh, No!  

Not another scary 

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Sedgwick December Calendar 2010

Drop by and pick up our neat Calendar List of Events.

You can also print out this funky, black and white treat here.

Don't forget to stop by for

A Christmas Carol!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010 at 4 pm Sedgwick Library 1701 University Ave (Martin Luther King Blvd) Bronx, NY 10453 718.731.2074

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Pic Pick: I Ain't Gonna Paint No More