Summer Library Program
Libraries Rock


for Children 2+, Teens, and Adults
June 25-August 11.
Online registration required.
Registration starts May 23 and ends July 31.

Click here for Libraries Rock Children’s link (ages 2-12).
Click here for Libraries Rock for Teens and Adults (ages 12 and up).

Also, check our Events Calendar for more information about programs happening through the summer.

Book Reviews courtesy of
Eleven-year-old Dorothy, better known as Donut, knows what she likes—taxidermy, poker and geography—and what she doesn't—the prospect of having to leave her beloved Vermont woods for a new life in [...]
Number One Chinese Restaurant, Lillian Li's darkly hilarious debut novel, exposes what goes on behind the scenes at the Beijing Duck House Chinese Restaurant in Rockville, Maryland. Its vibrant employees [...]
As director of the African American Studies program at Princeton University, Nell Painter seemed to be at the pinnacle of her distinguished career. The renowned historian had written numerous books, [...]
Happiness is an amorphous thing, a kind of fog about which it is easier to speak peripherally—the pursuit of happiness, the idea of happiness, the absence of happiness. In Tell [...]
In Erin Callahan's The Art of Escaping, escapology is defined as the art of breaking free from locks, chains, straitjackets and water tanks along with dodging sharp arrows aimed at [...]
Rebecca Makkai is a skilled and versatile writer whose work often contains a quietly comic edge. Her ambitious new novel, The Great Believers, is a change of pace, exploring the [...]