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Ep. 80 "I Am Going To Excel" | Library Stories

It's easy for Amy to get help with her homework—and learn new computer skills—at Westchester Square Library, thanks to the Innovation Labs program.Read More ›

Ep. 79 "When I Started Reading" | Library Stories

Summer reading—game on! Learn how trips to the nearby NYPL branch one summer changed a middle school student's life for the better.Read More ›

Ep. 69 "Communicating Helped Me" | Library Stories

A middle school student finds a way to conquer math, shyness, and blog-post writing after school at Westchester Square Library. Read More ›

Doubling Down on Angry Birds

When the Angry Birds movie hit theaters, we asked our NYPL recommendation experts to name their favorite books, movies, or TV shows that feature… well, angry birds.Read More ›

Ep. 27 "I Get to Do Something With My Life" | Library Stories

Learn about how Tahmin is using technology to impact her community, and the sense of pride and purpose it brings her, in this week’s Library Story.Read More ›

Mentor a Middle Schooler

The New York Public Library is building a large-scale Out of School Time presence throughout its three boroughs, where we serve tens of thousands of children and youth every day. We are building a team of talented, committed and enthusiastic volunteer educators who recognize the NYPL’s role in enriching the lives of the young people we serve. Please consider joining us...Read More ›

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: July 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:

Nonfiction Job Hunting Resources Most Talked About Female Biographies ... Read More ›