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This week is the 200th episode of #TheLibrarianIsIn! To celebrate, Frank and Crystal each chose a book under the theme “required reading.” Listen now! on.nypl.org/3lV0pnd
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Discover a new museum or historic site for free with Culture Pass. Sign in with your library card! #CulturePassNYC culturepass.nyc
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🎙The October pick for our#GetLitWithAllOfItt Book Club with@WNYCC is 'Matrix' by@legrofff! Tune in October 27 at 7 PM ET for a conversation with the author & host@alisonstewartt. Get your copy on SimplyE now!on.nypl.org/3zAtVnhH
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.@TimeOutNewYork Highlights 10 must-see items from the Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library’s Treasures, opening tomorrow, September 24! on.nypl.org/3kzAwKe
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Revealing how A Streetcar Named Desire director Elia Kazan instructed actors (including an unknown Marlon Brando) to work out the smallest gestures, pacings, and movements, this original, annotated script of the landmark Broadway play is held by the @nypl. bit.ly/3u3pWhJ
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Go back in time with postcards in our Digital Collections, and see historic New York City. on.nypl.org/3tMLqzw
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In ‘My Beloved World,’ Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor shares the story of her life, describing her youth in the Bronx, the ambition that fueled her Ivy League education, and the individuals who helped shape her career. #BookOfTheDay: on.nypl.org/3E644XD
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Discover the Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library’s Treasures, featuring highlights from our world-renowned collections! Reserve your free timed tickets for #NYPLTreasures now: on.nypl.org/3nGEy5w
Looking to stay informed using current and historic newspaper resources from home? Your New York Public Library card gives you access to The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New Yorker, PressReader, Flipster, and so much more. on.nypl.org/3EumBNK
Explore the history of World War II through graphic novels. on.nypl.org/3tOUS5c
👀 Looking for ideas on what to read next? Our book experts are giving personalized recommendations live on Facebook until 1:30 PM ET! Leave a comment with your favorite author, book, or genre, and they'll let you know what to read next:on.nypl.org/2XRtlVp1g
Join us on Sept 23 for a #DocChat between @nypl's Michelle Commander (@professormdc) and historian Christopher Willoughby (@AntiquatedMeds) about the racialization of diseases in the late 18th and 19th centuries. Register for the free, virtual program! on.nypl.org/3hquie0
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Did you know you can stream movies with your library card? Get started with these book-to-film adaptations. on.nypl.org/3hHLjAg
Do you love Emma by Jane Austen? We tried our hand at matching lines from this literary classic with one of its beloved movie adaptations—Clueless. on.nypl.org/3tPHJZQ
Conventional wisdom holds that Africans are only a recent presence in Europe. Renowned historian @OlivetteOteledebunks this and uncovers a long history of Europeans of African descent in ‘African Europeans: An Untold History.’ #BookOfTheDay: on.nypl.org/3A3aHrw
📚 Don’t know what to read next? With Shelf Help, our expert librarians will pick five books just for you!on.nypl.org/2Z5ciPWX
Neil Gaiman has written novels, short stories, film scripts, comics and graphic novels, nonfiction, and pretty much anything else you can think of. on.nypl.org/3CmkQAm
Celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth with NYPL! Join us for a month of free programs, resources, and bilingual book recommendations that honor Latinx culture. on.nypl.org/3tX6VgW
Graphic novels have universal appeal. Share these titles with the youngest readers in your life. on.nypl.org/2Xrdr3g
Did you know September is Library Card Sign-up Month? New York residents can get a digital library card through our free e-reader app. Get started with SimplyE today! on.nypl.org/3Cm8IiB
📺 Join us tonight, September 21, at 7 PM ET for a live stream of#GetLitWithAllOfItt, our virtual book club with@WNYCC. Tonight@JonLeeWriterr joins@alisonstewartt to discuss 'The Great Mistake.’on.nypl.org/3ngBcpKc
In ‘Monkey Boy,’ Francisco Goldberg (@PacoGoldman) grapples with his writing career and growing up Jewish and Guatemalan, returning to his childhood home outside Boston where he explores the pressures of living between worlds all his life. #BookOfTheDay: on.nypl.org/2VxuGzB
Have you ever thought about using old postcards for your history research? on.nypl.org/2XEvR0W
Do you know about Newspapers.com? This online resource focuses on well-known, regional and state titles in addition to small local newspapers, and is perfect for your research needs. All you need to access this database is a library card! on.nypl.org/3EpoqeJ
Curious about science fiction but don’t know where to start? Check out our Beginner’s Guide for everything you need to know! on.nypl.org/2XsyXoh
Get a sneak peek at the Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library’s Treasures, featuring highlights from our world-renowned collections! Reserve your free timed tickets for #NYPLTreasures, opening Friday, September 24: on.nypl.org/3zpVRdv on.nypl.org/3tVrudD
These books for middle-grade students are always available through the Library. They include nonfiction books on climate change and Ancient Egypt along with graphic novels and fiction. on.nypl.org/3zeXWbX
Read this month’s #GetLitWithAllOfIt Book Club pick, 'The Great Mistake' by @JonLeeWriter on SimplyE! 📲on.nypl.org/2VwCKR8X
In ‘Model Citizen,’ Joshua Mohr shines a harsh spotlight into all corners of his life as he recounts his struggle to remain sober when heart surgery requires him to take fentanyl, once his drug of choice. #BookOfTheDay: on.nypl.org/3A0SmLy
Explore the Library’s information literacy resources! on.nypl.org/3lCul7t
From early romance novels to contemporary love stories, this romance novel guide has everything for fans of the genre. on.nypl.org/3keqC0x
Keep up to date on the news with PressReader, a database available to you from home with your NYPL library card that offers access to over 7,000 newspapers from around the world. on.nypl.org/3Are3F2
Do you know about the 1977 New York City Blackout? on.nypl.org/3yLJxDU
Counting the hours to the #Emmys? Don’t forget to read this year’s nominees! Check out the books that inspired some of the best television of the year. on.nypl.org/3lC7cC9
In 'The Book of Lost Saints’ by Daniel José Older (@djolder) a young Cuban American embarks on an investigation marked by ghostly helpers, a new love, a murderous gangster, and changes in his sense of identity. #BookOfTheDay: on.nypl.org/3hnF6cN
Discover the life and work of Pura Belpré, NYPL’s first Puerto Rican librarian. on.nypl.org/3ErAU5y
Celebrate #WelcomingWeek with NYPL! Explore multilingual resources, storytimes, and programs and events inspired by this year’s theme, "Belonging Begins With Us." on.nypl.org/39ayytx
Discover the Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library’s Treasures, featuring highlights from our world-renowned collections! Reserve your free timed tickets for #NYPLTreasures now: on.nypl.org/3nMi2Iz
Discover the Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library’s Treasures, featuring highlights from our world-renowned collections! Reserve your free timed tickets for #NYPLTreasures now. on.nypl.org/3B5w5fR
📣 Have you tried Shelf Help, our new personalized book selection service? Tell us what you like to read and we’ll pick five books for you!on.nypl.org/3kegRiN5
Join our #GetLitWithAllOfIt Book Club with @WNYC! The September book is 'The Great Mistake' by @JonLeeWriter. Start reading today! �on.nypl.org/3C0OzP7t
In ‘Come Fly the World,’ @juliaccooke documents the rigorous standards Pan Am stewardesses of the 1960s and 70s were held to and shares the stories of high-achieving women who served during the jet age. #BookOfTheDay: on.nypl.org/3E8ZYxU
These books featuring librarians and archivists as the main characters are filled with heart-stopping romance, fast-paced thrills, and otherworldly fantastical tales. on.nypl.org/3zhPsAX
Before the internet and online dating, people had to figure out love on their own. One of the greatest tools? Personal ads in newspapers. on.nypl.org/3lBM4fo
An update on The New York Public Library's Picture Collection on.nypl.org/3nMKuKn
Did you know that you can access hundreds of magazines and newspapers with your New York Public Library card for free? on.nypl.org/39i6iVI
📖Not sure what to read next? Tweet to@NYPLRecommendss from now until 11 AM ET to get a personalized#FridayReadss recommendation from our book experts. Send information like your favorite books, authors, or genres, and they will work their magic.✨m
New York City’s most famous park has been featured in films, television, and of course books! on.nypl.org/3luORar
In ‘My Year Abroad’ by Chang-rae Lee, an American college student finds his life transformed by a Chinese American businessman who takes him under his wing on a series of whimsical, heartbreaking, and shocking adventures throughout Asia. #BookOfTheDay: on.nypl.org/3tA1Mez
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