- Lots of books for moms
- Books on religion
- Gardening books
- Parenting titles
- American war stories and biographies
- Mental and physical health guides
- Cook books are half price in the hall until Mother’s Day!
- Access to a free and safe community and educational center that welcomes ALL members of the Piscataway Township community
- Computers and Internet access for community members seeking jobs or applying for unemployment -- most basic level jobs require online applications -- as well as technology training for seniors and job seekers
- Storytimes for children that introduce the joys of reading and provide the foundation for early literacy and reading readiness
- Knowledgeable homework help for students whose parents can’t afford tutors or don’t have adequate Internet access at home
- Hands-on tools and opportunities in our makerspace for STEM education for children and skills training for job seekers
- Popular Summer Reading Program incentives for young readers to practice essential literacy skills while schools are out of session
- Print and ebooks for avid readers who can’t afford to purchase reading and informational materials
- A safe space for teens to work on homework assignments and participate with community programs and projects through services like the Teen Advisory Board
- Opportunities for new immigrants working hard to learn the English language, find jobs, become citizens and connect with others in their community
- Services to homebound residents so that they can continue to have access to reading and educational materials, as well as friendly faces, keeping them engaged with their community
All for FREE at Piscataway Public Library!
The Friends of the Library Book Store in Kennedy Library is filled with books, music CDs and DVDs for kids, teens, and adults. Most items in the store are priced at a dollar or 50 cents. On display in front of the store are items that are like new, ranging in price from $2 to $25. Each month different subjects are highlighted in the store. Books for children and teens , adult fiction, biographies, and classics are always in the store as are books on self-help, religion, and parenting. There is also a mini-store in Westergard Library, featuring the best of the books donated at that location. Kennedy Library is at 500 Hoes Lane in Piscataway and Westergard Library is off Stelton Road at 20 Murray Avenue. The stores are open during library hours. For more information, please call 732-463-1633 or 732-752-1166.