We're adding these YA picks to our "to read" list immediately.
We're adding these YA picks to our "to read" list immediately

NYPL Recommends: New YA for July

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Diana Bloom
Happy birthday, Cormac McCarthy! We're celebrating with a few of our favorite books by him - and if you've never read them, here's where to begin.
Happy birthday Cormac McCarthy We're celebrating with a few of our favorite

Where to Start with Cormac McCarthy

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Jon Faini
Patrick Daniel
Margie Frazier
Did you know you can stream free videos using your Library card?
Did you know you can stream free videos using your Library card

Streaming Video with Overdrive: Leading Ladies Edition

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On this week's episode, Philip Glass, a giant of twentieth-century American music, arguably one of the most influential composers of his time.
On this week's episode Philip Glass a giant of twentieth century American

Podcast #173: Phillip Glass, Words Without Music

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Dee Quaranto
Anne Wroten
In honor of Mandela Day and Nelson Mandela's birthday, a guide to the resources available on his life at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library.
In honor of Mandela Day and Nelson Mandela's birthday a guide to

Nelson Mandela Resource Guide

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Looking for a new read? Our librarians have hundreds of suggestions for all ages. Sort through them to find the perfect book!
Looking for a new read Our librarians have hundreds of suggestions for

Staff Picks from NYPL

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Daryel Taliaferro
Happy birthday, Hunter S. Thompson! These are a few of our favorite longreads by the famous Gonzo journalist.
Happy birthday Hunter S Thompson These are a few of our favorite

Essential Hunter S. Thompson Reads

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Teach your kids some science and history with these wonderful new books.
Teach your kids some science and history with these wonderful new books

New & Noteworthy: Nonfiction for Kids

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What exactly is a beach read, anyway?
What exactly is a beach read  anyway

What Kind of Beach Read Do You Need?

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On this day in 1951, The Catcher in the Rye was published! Through the magic of Google Maps, you can check out all the spots Holden Caulfield went to in the novel.
On this day in 1951 The Catcher in the Rye was published

It's Holden Caulfield's New York, We Just Live in It

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Emily Huizenga
Courtnei Lynne
Maria Rohde
Frank and Gwen challenged each other to read something different, and it accidentally became a challenge of Greeks vs. Romans. What are you challenging yourself to read this summer? #ReadersUnite!
Frank and Gwen challenged each other to read something different and it

Summer Reading Challenge, Greeks vs. Romans: The Librarian Is In Podcast, Ep. 48

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In the 1930s, the New Deal Federal Writers' Project created guidebooks to the United States. You can peruse these works in our collections.
In the 1930s the New Deal Federal Writers' Project created guidebooks to

Better Know a State: See the Nation, Through the American Guide Series

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Our patrons recommended some books about travels that you can take on your travels this summer!
Our patrons recommended some books about travels that you can take on

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles: A Reading List from Open Book Night

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Don't head into the weekend without your #fridayreads.
Don't head into the weekend without your fridayreads

NYPL #FridayReads: The What He's Having Edition July 14, 2017

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In honor of Bastille Day, we’re thinking about the idea of revolution and all the ways that authors have defined it throughout history.
In honor of Bastille Day we’re thinking about the idea of revolution

To the Barricades! Bastille Day Books

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Knock it out of the park with your knowledge of these quirky baseball terms.
Knock it out of the park with your knowledge of these quirky baseball terms

Exploring Baseball's Batty Lingo

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Erin E. McCabe
Dyslexia Connect Online Tutoring
Travel the world without ever leaving your subway seat via these free books from #SubwayLibrary.
Travel the world without ever leaving your subway seat via these free

#SubwayLibrary Suggestions: International Tales

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Happy birthday, Henry David Thoreau! Did you know he was a pencil maker?
Happy birthday Henry David Thoreau Did you know he was a pencil maker

The Ingenious Pencils of Henry David Thoreau

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Grant Menzies
Erin Tuzuner
Mo Kaiser Gagliardi
Take action for #NetNeutrality! Sign a letter to the FCC to support a free and open internet for all.
Take action for NetNeutrality Sign a letter to the FCC to support

Take Action: Net Neutrality Day of Action

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Diana Gorman-Teetzel
Nancy Peck
Challenged to read more, Khadija headed to her nearest NYPL branch and started checking out her summer reading list—until she was into the hundreds of books. Now in college, she looks back on that as an important turning point in her life.
Challenged to read more Khadija headed to her nearest NYPL branch and

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

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Alejandra Rodríguez
Deana Murtha