East Brunswick Public Library Holds Library Card Design Contest

East Brunswick Public Library needs your help—specifically your artistic skills. More »


EBPL Celebrates Banned Books Week

East Brunswick Public Library (2 Jean Walling Civic Center) celebrates the freedom to read this September 25 through October 1 with Banned Books Week. Bringing together the book community—librarians, publishers, teachers, book sellers and educators—Banned Books Week focuses on efforts to remove or restrict access to books in schools and libraries. More »


EBPL Launches Awesome Box

The East Brunswick Public Library (EBPL) unveiled a new book drop on Saturday, December 5 – the Awesome Box! Not just any book drop, the EBPL Awesome Box is designed to give patrons a way to share what awesome things they found at the library. Using the box is easy – just use this box to return any items you’ve checked out from EBPL and loved. Discover a new author? Fell in love with a classic? Tried a new series that you can’t get enough of? Return it to the Awesome Box so we know to tell everyone about it! Lowe’s Home Improvement of East Brunswick generously built and donated the box for the community to enjoy. More »


Homework Help

Looking for after school homework help? Come to the library! More »

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Happy Batman Day!

Did you know that Saturday, September 17 is Batman Day? Fans of the Dark Knight around the world will celebrate the popular comic book character and his appearances in many different media. Batman is very popular at East Brunswick Public Library. We have tons of movies, books, comics, eBooks, graphic novels and even music that feature the character. More »


Download Free eBooks, eAudiobooks, Magazines and More Right Now!

Is there a book, magazine, or movie you really want to borrow but you can't make it to the library? Your East Brunswick Public Library card gives you access online to eBooks, eAudiobooks, magazines, movies, television shows, and music 24/7. Here’s a brief description of each service, and links to download apps to your device now! More »


The LEGO Works of Amado Pinlac

Throughout the month of September, we are happy to display the LEGO works of Amado Canlas Pinlac. More »


Area Teens Run “Girls Can Code” Program At East Brunswick Public Library

“I’ve had an interest in coding, but there were only two girls in my class of twenty,” said high school student Aishwarya Singh. Along with her friends—and fellow coders—Kayla Leung and Chelsea Cheng, she put together the Girls Can Code Club at the East Brunswick Public Library this past July. More »

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West of Sunset

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Not Fade Away

Rebecca Alexander