Written by Susan Shiroma, Business Librarian, Central Library
Scholarships provide access to education, resources, and valuable networks for inspirational people who need financial support with college expenses. Finding one or more scholarships to fund your education is a… READ MORE
Where to go and what to do when mental health is an issue
If your little one develops a fever, you call the pediatrician. If she breaks an arm or sprains an ankle, you head to the orthopedist. But when your child is struggling with anxiety or acting out with worrisome behavior… READ MORE
One of the most daunting aspects of applying to college is the sheer number of essays you have to write.
What do I mean? Say you’re applying to 8-10 schools. Each has anywhere from 1-5 or more supplemental essays. Quick math tells us that’s between 8-50 college essay prompts to… READ MORE
How to Recognize What's Called 'School Refusal'—and Get Kids Back in Class
The term “school refusal” used to be more or less synonymous with truancy, invoking a picture of kids hanging out on the street corner, or holed up in their bedrooms playing video games.
While it is… READ MORE
We hope you will visit Queens Public Library as you head back to school and throughout the school year!
Our library staff members are here to help you find what you need, including resources that can help you with your homework and school projects.
Free Books and Materials… READ MORE