Books & Reading

Finding a great read, joining a discussion group, or downloading an eBook has never been easier.



Don’t know what to read next? Get personalized reading suggestions with our Book It service. Or, browse our recommended lists, resources and services for book groups, library discussion groups, and more.


From customized reading lists and early literacy tools to book clubs and Tumblebooks, there are many ways to explore through reading.


Discuss your favorite graphic novel, check out a title from your school reading list, or participate in Summer Reading for prizes. Looking for leadership opportunities? Join our Teen Advisory Board.

EBOOKS and Audiobooks

With Princeton OverDrive, read and listen to great eBooks and audiobooks! To sign in to Princeton OverDrive, enter your library card barcode and PIN. (Your PIN is the last 4 digits of the phone number on your library account. Can’t recall? Ask Us!) This collection is hand-selected and built from the ground up with a focus on quality selections that meet the diverse reading and listening preferences of the Princeton community. New titles will be added on an ongoing basis, and OverDrive’s popular library of more than 11,000 public domain e-book titles will be available, too. Also, visit the Princeton Overdrive Kids & Teens eReading Room to access titles for children and young adults. Our collection can be enjoyed on your computer (PC or Mac) or transfer the title to a compatible eBook reader (including Kindle, Nook, Sony, iPad, and iPod Touch). Check out a maximum of 5 books at a time for up to 21 days. No overdue fees; books are automatically returned to the library at the end of lending period.

For additional audiobook download selections, visit OneClickDigital. Please note: to use OneClickDigital audiobooks, you will need to download OneClickDigital Media Manager.