Finding your next book

Let us help you find your next book. How?  Read on. Stop by the Information Desk to ask the librarian for a suggestion Give us a call at 732-463-1633 x6 at Kennedy or 732-752-1166 x6 at Westergard for a recommendation Browse the “New Books” shelves at the library of your choice – did you know you […]

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Celebrate NaNoWriMo as a reader

Maybe you’re not ready, or just not interested in participating in NaNoWriMo as a writer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t participate at all.  Besides following along on social media and encouraging and supporting your friends and family in their novel-writing endeavors, join in as a reader!  Pick up or download one of the great […]

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It’s NaNoWriMo! What’s that?

November is NaNoWriMo!  NaNoWriMo is short for National Novel Writing Month. They say it best in their own words – “NaNoWriMo is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to creative writing.  On November 1, participants begin working towards the goal of writing a 50,000-word novel by 11:59 PM on November 30.  Valuing enthusiasm, determination, and a deadline, […]

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Great American Read

What’s your Great American Read?

Did you follow along with the Great American Read on PBS? The final episode just aired, and announced that the winner is Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird – certainly an American classic! Have you read it already? This librarian hasn’t read it since they were in grammar school. If you’re looking to refresh your […]

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Loved the show? Read the book!

You’ve been watching them – on television or on DVD or streaming on Hulu or Netflix or Prime… but have you read the book? Keep reading to find out about the books behind your favorite shows. The Alienist (TNT) NYC Police Commissioner Theodore Roosevelt calls on criminal psychologist Dr. Laszlo Kreizler to secretly investigate the […]

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Libraries Rock! Summer Reading Club

We’re so excited – warm weather is here and summer is in full swing! Every year, the Piscataway Public Library offers a unique summer reading program to our community to encourage children to read for pleasure, to encourage caregivers to read to their babies & toddlers on a daily basis, and to aid in the […]

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Are you ready for Tinker Camp?

Looking for ways to engage your children with science and technology this summer? Children entering grades K-5 are encouraged to sign up for Tinker Camp! One of last year’s campers plays with slime! Tinker Camp will be running this summer as a part of Piscataway Public Library’s Summer of Make, thanks to funding by the […]

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