The 2014 Book Games: We Have a Winner!


The Book Games are a March Madness-style competition in which 8 adult fiction titles and 8 Young Adult titles compete to see which book is the most popular. The competition ran for four weeks, with the final winner announced on Friday, April 18, 2014.

Who won? You’ll have to watch the video to find out!

Download Audiobooks and Ebooks Through Overdrive, and Childrens’ Books Through TumbleBooks


Download audiobooks and ebooks through Overdrive. Be sure to have your library card ready.

  1. You can borrow items for 7 or 14 days. They’ll be automatically returned, so there are never any fees.
  2. One of our partners, the Camden County Library System, has put together a great guide to using Overdrive. There are instructions for each of the types of devices you can use to borrow ebooks or audiobooks through the Collingswood Public Library.
  3. Overdrive has put together guides to its Media Console and to Adobe Digital Editions.

Download children’s books through TumbleBookLibrary (en Españolen Français). This collection includes animated, talking picture books, as well as puzzles and games, each of which may be viewed online or downloaded for 90 days. The book collection includes fiction, non-fiction, and foreign language titles, as well as Read-Alongs (chapter books with sentence highlighting and narration but no animation) and audiobooks.

Share Awesome Books, Movies, and Music with Your Neighbors (and find out what they think is awesome)


awesomeboxWhen you return something to the library that you think is awesome, drop it in the Awesome Box and we’ll add it to the Collingswood Public Library’s Awesome Box website.

Looking for a book, movie, or music recommendation from one of your neighbors? Check out Collingswood Public Library’s Awesome Box website to see what awesome things are available at your library!