The Latest Library News
Save the Date: 2019 Summer Reading Kick Off
Join us for our Summer Reading Kick Off Event on Saturday, June 15 at Bach Neighborhood Library.
Unlimited Plays in Kanopy Kids this May
For the Month of May, Kanopy Kids is offering unlimited plays to LBPL patrons!
Archives Unbound Now Available in the LBPL Digital Library
Access historical documents through LBPL's newest digital resource.
Introducing the Supply-brary
The Supply-brary provides supplies and resources for students to successfully create school projects and presentations.
Now Hiring: LBPL Studio Guides
LBPL is seeking interested candidates to apply for the position of part-time Library Aide, Non-Career (Studio Guide) at the Library's Studio Makerspaces. The application period closes March 29, 2019.
Dictionary Days 2019
This year’s annual Dictionary Day Program will commence on March 12 and include four community celebrations of words and reading at Long Beach Public Library branches throughout the city.
Now Offering Free Access to the New York Times Online!
There are two ways to access: OnSite + OffSite.
Access the New York Times Online through the LBPL Digital Library.
LBPL Foundation Fundraising Campaign for New Main Library
The Foundation's New Main Campaign accepts donations for programs, technology, and enhancements at the new Main Library, set to open in the Summer of 2019.
Dive Into Reading 2019 Calendar of Events
ReadyRosie: Transformative Family Engagement
ReadyRosie is a digital platform for parents + families to access activities and curated content to engage children in developmentally-appropriate learning.
Get the ReadyRosie App for free at any Long Beach Public Library!
Introducing Archives of Sexuality & Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture
Long Beach Public Library is proud to offer the Archives of Sexuality & Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940 Part 1, made possible in partnership with the Southern California Library Cooperative.
LBPL Wins 2017 National Medal
The Long Beach Public Library is honored to be awarded the 2017 National Medal by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the highest honor given to museums and libraries who demonstrate impactful programs and services and are known as catalysts for community change.
LBPL Family Learning Centers
Family Learning Centers offer homework support materials and computer-based learning opportunities to enrich student study skills, develop parent participation and support, and provide space for adults to access resources for personal and professional development.