Informational Alert | Coronavirus Updates
NOTICE:

Contactless pickup of library holds available during modified hours at Main, O’Neill and Valente. No appointment required. Contactless pickup at Central Square will be unavailable 11/26-12/20 due to a branch improvement project. Request items from our online catalog. For assistance, call 617-349-4040 or email library@cambridgema.gov.

Staff Articles

  • Beginning Readers (9/13)
  • What Are You Reading? (7/13)
  • Time Tested (7/13)
  • Beauty All Around the Library (7/13)
  • New Chinese Materials at the Cambridge Public Library (5/13)
  • Librarians in Fact or Fiction (5/13)
  • Free English Language Instruction (2/13)
  • Biking in Cambridge (2/13)
  • Bios for Boomers:  Our Memories/Children's History (2/13)
  • Father and Son Movies (2/13)
  • Bilingual Picture Books (2/13)
  • Black History Month (2/13)
  • Female Friendships in Adult Fiction (1/13)
  • Midwinter Minutiae (12/12)
  • Gobble Up a Good Story (12/12)
  • Growing Up in Boston (12/12)
  • Funny Ladies (6/12)
  • Summer Reading for the Cinephile - Sarah Moser, Branch Manager, Central Square Branch (6/12)
  • Bits of Cambridge History - a tornado hits Cambridge...read all about it (6/12)
  • Happy 10th Anniversary Cambridge READS - Carole Feeney Withrow, Cambridge READS Program Coordinator (6/12)
  • Books & eBooks on Gardening - Liz Sturges, Collection Development Librarian (6/12)
  • Graphic Novels - an introduction to the genre (5/12)
  • And the Winner Is... - list of children's books that have received multiple awards from the Collins Branch Children's Librarian (3/12)
  • Prime Time Crime - some of television's best shows were inspired by great fiction (2/12)
  • New Magazines and Newspapers for 2012 - you spoke and we listened (2/12)
  • An Uneasy Future -  young adult/adult crossover fiction has never been hotter (2/12)
  • Collaborative Stories - a booklist (11/11)
  • Reading Aloud - an activity for all ages (11/11)
  • Romance Novels - that read like Debbie Macomber (11/11)
  • Bedtime Fun! - action-packed bedtime stories (10/11)
  • Brooklyn Books - books set in Brooklyn, NY (9/11)
  • Thomas Wentworth Higginson - Abolitionist, Feminist, Lover of Literature, and Founder of the Cambridge Room Collection (9/11)
  • Intrigue, Suspense, and Academia - novels with college themes (9/11)
  • TV Cooks - more than just recipes (7/11)
  • Man's Best Medicine - walking your way to health (7/11)