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Long Island City »

Participate in a tasty cook-off, learn about our nationwide hunger problem, and enjoy a burlesque show.

Midtown »

Jodi Picoult, Paula Hawkins and Harper Lee were the top three most checked out authors in 2015.

Fordham »

A Kaplan book to prepare people for the TASC was the No. 1 checked-out book in The Bronx this year.

Upper West Side »

A resident is proposing a neighborhood book fair complete with author signings and events.

Long Island City »

The Friends of Court Square Library want to get the community more involved in the local branch.

Midtown »

Readers are lining up to borrow Trump's first memoir from the city's library systems.

Midtown East »

In honor of Banned Books Week, we investigate the history of New York's book-banning, anti-vice society.

Roosevelt Island »

A traveling library is coming to Four Freedoms Park on Oct. 24 and 25.

Civic Center »

The mayor has received a considerable number of books, including a collection of erotic writings.

Midtown »

Branches will be open longer and four will be open seven days a week, sources said.

Concourse »

The new book is all about different things to see and do in The Bronx.

Washington Heights »

DNAinfo made a list of novels, memoirs and children's books set Uptown.

Clinton Hill »

 Tickets are $20-$30 and include a copy of the author's book.

Fort Greene »

Sales of "Go Set a Watchman" and "Between the World and Me" were neck and neck at Greenlight Bookstore.

Claremont »

The borough was the site of the meeting that set up the New York mafia's infamous five families.