You can remember all of the exciting things that happened at the Library this year with the top twelve Queens Public Library Magazine articles of 2019!
(That's right, it was such a busy and eventful year for us, we couldn't pick just ten!)
From our Black History Month passport… READ MORE
George Ford, a pioneering children’s book illustrator who received the first Coretta Scott King Award for Illustration, reflects on his life in publishing and growing up in the immigrant community of Brownsville, Brooklyn. Ford visited Langston Hughes Library this year to give a… READ MORE
Here is the Library's holiday schedule for the end of December 2019. (Please pay special attention to our opening hours on December 24 and 31. Happy Holidays!)
All Queens Public Library locations will close at 1PM on Tuesday, December 24.*
Central Library and Flushing Library… READ MORE
These shoppers look happy to be on Jamaica Avenue during the Jamaica Day sales in October 1957. This is one of the many images available from Queens Memory.
Queens Memory, a project supported by Queens Public Library and Queens College, and focused on collecting personal… READ MORE
Here are some of the new books coming to the Library for adults, children, and teens—from investigative reporting to thrillers to fantasy.
November 5, 2019Sofia Valdez, Future Prez (children)
by Andrea Beaty
In this picture book, Sofia Valdez’s grandfather injures himself at a… READ MORE