Books & Reading

Book Lists | Book Groups | Audiobooks & eBooks


Book Lists


Don’t know what to read next? Check out our Staff Picks!


School Reading Lists

The library keeps comprehensive lists of books assigned at area high schools and has multiple copies to borrow in a variety of formats.


Award Winning Books

YALSA’s Teen Book Finder Database

Garden State Teen Book Awards


Book Groups


Go Between Club

All sixth, seventh, and eighth graders are welcome to join us on the second Saturday of every month during the school year for a fun discussion of books and other interests.

For Grades 6-8

Meets on the second Saturday of the month during the school year.

Visit the events calendar.

To Be Discussed (TBD)

Join this monthly discussion for high schoolers about books, television, movies, music and all things cultural. Meetings will be on the fourth Tuesday of every month.

For Grades 9-12

Meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month during the school year.

Visit the events calendar.

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Audiobooks & eBooks


Overdrive

The Princeton Overdrive Kids & Teens eReading Room, a library-curated collection with and an additional 11,000+ public domain titles, can be enjoyed on your computer or transfer the title to a compatible eBook reader.


Hoopla

Sign up on Hoopla with your library card to access thousands of audiobooks, as well as movies, television shows, and music albums. Digital content can be borrowed for instant streaming to smartphones, tablets, and computers, or for temporary downloading to devices.


OneClickDigital

The OneClickDigital Children & Young Adult audiobook subscription consists of approximately 1,000 titles for beginning readers, children and young adults. Enjoy these collections on your computer and mp3 devices, or download directly to your smartphone or tablet.

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