Read the Latest in YA Fiction this September

Take a break from school work and chill out with a brand new book! Whether you are interested in fantasy, mystery, or everyday teen life, the Pratt Library has a book for you.

How Maya Got Fierce
By Sona Charaipotra

I Rise
By Marie Arnold

Book | eBook
By Alex Aster

Meet Me in Mumbai
By Sabrina Khan

Nothing More to Tell
By Karen M. McManus

Book | eBook | eAudio
The Dragon’s Promise
By Elizabeth Lim

Book | eBook | eAudio
Three Kisses, One Midnight
By Roshani Chokshi, Evelyn Skye and Sandhya Menon
Book | eBook
What the Fact?
By Dr. Seema Yasmin
Who We Were in the Dark
By Jessica Taylor


Children and Teen Titles For Fall

The temperature is dipping.  Time to stay inside and read a good book with your children and teens. Click the cover to reserve your copy today.

New Children’s Titles

For a complete list of new CHILDREN’S titles, click here

New Teen Titles

For a complete list of new YA/TEEN titles, click here

New Graphic Novel Titles

Hot Titles Coming this September for Kids and Teens

As the temperatures cool down this September, stay warm with these hot new titles teens and kids! Click the book cover to reserve your copy today.

New Young Adult Titles

See a full list of new young adult titles here.

Graphic Novels


New Children’s Titles

See a full list of new children’s titles here.


New Titles for Teens: Back-To-School Edition!

It’s that time of year! Check out these new books and online resources to help teens prepare to get back in the classroom…

Everything you need to ace…

PARCC prep…

More math help…

Chat with an online tutor and get additional homework help here.

Find popular practice tests and exams (including civil service exams, ACT, SAT and more) here.

Don’t forget to check out our Pratt databases for additional homework help!

Summer Challenge 2018 Is Here!

June 13 – August 15 at all Pratt Libraries

Our Summer Reading program is now the Summer Challenge. This year’s theme: Libraries Rock!

Why participate?

  • The Summer Challenge is a fun way to prevent “summer slide,” the loss of academic skills that students may experience during summer break
  • Earn prizes by reading or attending library programs
  • Open to all ages and reading levels, including adults
  • It’s free!

How it works

Ask a librarian to get you started, or visit to register.

Program specifics by age group