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Looking to read the latest hot title, but don’t want to wait?  You may be in luck! The Bronxville Library loans out Kindle devices with pre-loaded fiction and nonfiction bestsellers.  All of the downloading has been done for you.  Kindles are available to be borrowed for two weeks by Bronxville Library cardholders and Friends (FOBPL) members.
Don’t forget, you can also download the Libby app for Overdrive on your own mobile device to access ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines.

Access Your Account by Phone:

With your library card and pin number and by calling      (914) 674-4169, you can get a list of checked out items, get a list of current holds and renew items.

Mobile App

Did you know the Westchester Library System has a mobile app?  Use this to access your account, search the catalog, place holds and more!  You can even set up a digital library card so you never have to worry about forgetting your card when you come to the library.  Download the free app from Google Play Store (Android) or the App Store (Apple).

Online Resources

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Mary Calvi:  If a Poem Could Live and Breathe

Saturday, March 25 | 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Mary Calvi: If a Poem Could Live and Breathe

This event will take place in person at the Library in the Yeager Community Room located on the lower level of the Library.

In her first novel Dear George, Dear Mary, author and Emmy award-winning journalist Mary Calvi wondered whether George Washington’s heart belonged not to Martha, but to his first love, Mary Philipse.

Now, in her second work of historical fiction, IF A POEM COULD LIVE AND BREATHE, Calvi again questions the history books. Using her journalistic skills to uncover the previously unpublished love letters written between Theodore Roosevelt and first wife, Alice Lee, Calvi provides a new understanding of their romance and ill-fated marriage (Lee died post-childbirth at the young age of 22).The love letters, long thought to have been destroyed, allowed Calvi to illustrate how Lee, a woman many historians wrote off as unimportant to the development of Roosevelt, did indeed help shape him into the man and future president he would become.

Copies of the book will be available for purchase through Womrath Bookshop.

Friday Storytime

Friday, March 3 – Friday, March 31 | 11:00 am

Friday Storytime

Drop-in Storytime
Fridays in March at 11:00 AM
All Ages / Yeager room

Smithsonian: Picturing Women Inventors

Monday, March 6 – Friday, March 31 | ongoing

Smithsonian: Picturing Women Inventors


Visit our Non-fiction Section in the Teen Library to see our

Smithsonian: Picturing Women Inventors Poster Display

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Library Hours
Monday9:30 AM — 5:30 PM
Tuesday1:00 PM — 9:00 PM
Wednesday9:30 AM — 5:30 PM
Thursday1:00 PM — 9:00 PM
Friday9:30 AM — 5:30 PM
Saturday9:30 AM — 5:00 PM
Sunday1:00 PM — 5:00 PM
The Teen Room is open to middle and high school aged teens only (grades 6 to 12) after school from 2:00pm until closing and all day during school vacations and holidays.

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