A recent Pew Center Report on libraries reveals that 80% of Americans believe libraries should teach people digital skills. We already do that!
We’re thrilled to say “Thank You” to the Friends of the Levittown Library for their generous donation of $20,000. These dedicated volunteers raised
Everyday Reading is our online, year-round reading program for kids, ages 5-14. Kids earn digital badges, and real cloth patches, by completing
#PennsLittleVillage at our Langhorne Branch is #BucksCountyFreeLibrary’s first-ever dedicated pre-school-sized early learning town.
Effective August 1, faxes sent from document scan stations in our branches will cost $0.25 per page.
If you’re in a book club, you may want to borrow your next book club read. But what if everyone in your book club would like to borrow the same book
When is a playlist not a list of songs inviting you to dance, sing, or run? When it’s a group of videos inviting you to learn.
The Internet is full of helpful websites — like this one — places where you go for information and news or to connect with others. But sometimes you’re
During Women’s History Month we celebrate the achievements of notable women, including three who called Bucks County home:
For 30 years, between 1936 – 1966, a postal worker named Victor Green published a series of travel guides designed to help black travelers find