Not sure about making the switch to an eReader? Or just not sure which device to choose? We now have Kindle Paperwhite eReaders available for checkout!
Schaumburg Library Comic Con® is back on Saturday, March 10 from noon – 4 p.m. at Central Library. This celebration of all things comics and pop culture really has it all.
Photo ops with characters? Check! Artist Alley with comic book artists? Check! Fandom games and activities? Check! Superhero storytime and crafts for the kids? You bet!
In February, we expect more than 200 teens to come to the Library in hopes of landing their first job. We’re gathering local businesses looking to hire teens, providing experts to give teens tips on improving their resumes and interviewing skills, making it simple for teens to connect with potential employers.
The best part about our Teen Job Fair? Teens get hired!
Don't worry about forgetting to renew your items on time - because we've already taken care of it!
Auto-renewal is here, meaning that we'll automatically renew eligible items for you to help avoid fines.
We're offering a special new service, just for teens (ages 12-19): Teen Book Boxes. Teens sign up and let us know their reading preferences. Then each month, we'll have a custom box ready for you, including a book we know you'll love and some other goodies, too.
Have an avid teen reader in your family? This would make a great gift that keeps giving as you can sign them up for a 3-month subscription. (Don't worry, the recipient can choose their own reading preferences so you don't have to guess for them.)
This winter, our Challenge will help you explore your world. Whether from the comfort of your own home, out in nature or while visiting the Library, we're ready to help you discover all the wonders of the world we live in by reading and completing fun activities.
All ages love our Challenges because they're perfect to complete as a family. Work together on activities and make time to read together, too.
If you liked The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Olympics by Daniel Brown, why not try ...
If you owe fines for overdue Library materials, you can pay them off with non-perishable donated food items from Nov. 23 through Dec. 31, 2018.
On Nov. 7, 1938, German diplomat Ernst vom Rath was fatally shot in Paris by 17-year-old Herschel Grynszpan, a Polish Jew. Grynszpan and his family had been among the estimated 12,000 Polish Jews arrested, stripped of their property and deported from Germany in October 1938. By shooting vom Rath, Grynszpan sought to alert the world to the grave situation in Germany under Adolf Hitler.