January 11 – The Girl in Translation. Jean Kwok
February 8 – Go Set A Watchman. Harper Lee (meeting offsite – call Library for location)
March 8 – The Nest. Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney (Please note title change)
April 12 – The Nightingale. Kristin Hannah (Please note title change)
May 10 – A Spear of Summer Grass. Deanna Raybourn
June 14 – Faithful. Alice Hoffman (Please note title change)
July 12 – The Pearl that Broke its Shell. Nadia Hashimi
August 9 – My Name is Lucy Barton. Elizabeth Strout
September 13 – Small Great Things. Jodi Piccoult
October 11 – The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend. Katarina Bivald (Please note title change)
November 8 Before the Fall. Noah Hawley.
December 13 – A Man Called Ove. Fredrik Backman
Join us for our informal Book Club. We meet the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm in the meeting room at the Denville Library. Questions? Please contact Librarian Ilene Lefkowitz at the library. Titles are subject to change. The book group is currently at maximum capacity.
We now have passes to these museums:
The Grounds for Sculpture – admission for up to four (4) people
Imagine That!!! – admission for up to four (4) people – Closed for renovations (7/28/17). Expected to reopen in 3 months. Please check their website for updates.
The Intrepid Sea and Air Space Museum – admission for up to six (6) people
For more information click HERE
firstname.lastname@example.org for Black and White Printouts – 10 cents each (pay at the Library)
Send an email to email@example.com for Color Printouts – 50 cents each (pay at the Library)
Click HERE to upload your file to be printed
Start your year off with a Bang! Join a Reading Challenge or make one of your own. Here’s a few to get you started.
- Popsugar’s 2017 Reading Challenge. Printable PDF
- Better World Book’s 2017 Reading Challenge. Printable PDF
- Book Riot’s Read Harder Reading Challenge 2017. Printable PDF
Lists of Reading Challenges for Reading Challenges of All Sorts can be found
To download a blank log book, click here
In honor of Veterans Day, we are proud to salute the local heroes who sacrificed so much to keep us all safe. Please click here or on either image below to see the full photo album and learn more about each of these brave men and women. You can also view our Veterans Day photo display the next time you stop by the library. We owe all our veterans a debt far greater than can ever be repaid. Thank you all for your service.
The Denville Library will begin circulating Backpack Kits. There are three backpack kits: Astronomy, Geocaching and Hiking.
How long does each backpack go out for?
Each backpack will circulate as a unit for one week.
Who can take one out?
Limited currently to Denville Cardholders over 18 with no blocks on their cards
Can I place one on hold?
Backpacks may be placed on hold by Denville cardholders over 18 only
How do I return it?
Backpacks MUST be returned in person to Denville Public Library
Is there a late charge?
A late charge of $5.00 per day will be charged for each day the pack is late.
What’s in the backpacks?
Each backpack has books related to the topic, a first aid kit, a journal to share your experiences, a safety whistle and a bear bell.
- Geocaching kit also contains a handheld GPS unit, binoculars, a flashlight and a magnifying glass to help you find those tricky caches!
- The Astronomy kit also contains a starscope, a star chart and a red flashlight.
- The Hiking kit also contains a compass and trail maps.
What happens if I lose a piece?
Replacement costs for individual items will be given if needed.
Curious about hiking? Geocaching? Astronomy or Birdwatching? Don’t have the equipment or necessary tools? The Denville Library is happy to announce that we have backpack kits ready for Denville residents to borrow filled with almost all you will need to go birdwatching, stargazing, hiking or geocaching! Each backpack contains items one would need such as binoculars for birdwatching, a handheld GPS unit for geocaching, a compass and trail maps for hiking and a starscope and star chart for stargazing. Each kit comes with related books, safety whistles, bear bells and first aid kits along with a journal to share your experience with other community members. Backpack kits circulate for one week and must be returned to the Denville Public Library. FAQs can be found here.