Bronx Book Fair
November 7, 6th period
Sign up for Lunchtime Book Discussion in the library.
Bring your lunch to the library 6th period and join Ms. Kim in the multipurpose room for an informal sharing of your thoughts on the book: Born a Crime by Trevor Noah.
October 24 is New York Public Library Card Sign-up Day!
Gain access to academic online databases, ebooks, and more! Come to the cafeteria during periods 4 thru 7 and apply for a NYPL card.
Students who live in Brooklyn or Queens can still apply for a card to gain access to digital sources.
Poem in Your Pocket Day, April 18
Library Multipurpose Room
Celebrate National Poem in Your Pocket Day, April 18. The library is hosting a poetry read-aloud in the library multipurpose room for all English classes that would like to participate.
Brooklyn Book Festival
Festival Day & Literary Marketplace, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019
Sept. 16-23, Citywide Bookend Events
Launched in 2013, the Bronx Book Fair is dedicated to engaging and growing the community of poets and writers in the Bronx and to connecting those literary artists to readers and book lovers of all ages. Through readings, workshops, and presentations our goal is to engage the community with a variety of literature and programs that will broaden access to Bronx literary artists, increase library usage, and encourage a love of books and reading.
The Bronx Library Center is the largest public library in the Bronx, with extensive collections of print and non-print materials for adults, young adults, and children.
The Bronx Book Fair: Saturday, May 5, 2019 11a.m-8p.m.
New York City Teen Author Festival
Eight days. Over 100 authors. The New York Public Library, Indie Bookstores, Barnes & Noble, and Dixon Place. The 12th annual NYC Teen Author Festival is here, with panels, readings, and our mega-signing at Books of Wonder as the grand finale. Come be a part of New York City’s biggest YA event. All events are free to the public, though book purchases are STRONGLY encouraged. Seating is first come, first served.
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