Many high school students are wondering how to be prepared for the upcoming school year as COVID-19 continues to be part of our new normal. Attending virtual College Readiness programs through Queens Public Library can help you to adapt and prepare to apply to college. Read more… READ MORE
Looking for new music? Look no further than your local Queens Library!
Every month, our expert staff will bring you the best of what's new in our physical and digital collections.
We had to skip June's New Music blog due to unforseen circumstances, so expect the next couple of… READ MORE
The teens at the Broadway Branch Queens Library are learning how to script, shoot,edit and act this month. Every Monday at 3:30 through the month of April, producer and screenwriter Alan Webber of Rural Route Film Festival leads an interactive workshop with young adults to… READ MORE
Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood (2003)By Marjane Satrapi –Far superior to the movie and second volume which followed it, this beautiful graphic memoir is a spare, sometimes stark remembrance of a girlhood in Iran under the Islamic Revolution. Satrapi’s monochrome, heavy… READ MORE
Welcome to Graphic Classics! This new regular series will focus on some of the key works of graphic literature that are available on the shelves at Queens Library.Libraries have been buying classics in literature for generations, and that includes graphic novels.These are not… READ MORE