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Books & Magazines

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magazines with your library card
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eBooks for adults, teens & children 
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(Login with your library card)

Audiobooks

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for adults, teens & children

Video & Music

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indie films anytime, anywhere.  

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Help

Need help downloading digital content onto your portable device? Give The Smithtown Library a call at 631-360-2480 for assistance, or try one of these helpful links:

Get instructions for downloading eBooks & audiobooks to your portable devices:

get caught reading          
Get Caught Reading Month is a nationwide campaign to remind people of all ages how much fun it is to read! The Smithtown Library is looking for patrons who are "caught" reading throughout the month of May. 
 
Email a photo to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. of you or someone you know reading and we will create a mini poster for you.
 
All posters will also be featured on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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Billingsley, F. Chime: In the early twentieth century in Swampsea, Wales, seventeen-year-old Briony, who can see the spirits that haunt the marshes around their town, feels responsible for her twin sister’s horrible injury until a young mand enters their lives and exposes secrets that even Briony does not know about. Check the online catalog   
 
Cashore, K. Graceling: In a world where some people are born with extreme and often-feared skills called Graces, Katsa struggles for redemption from her own horrifying Grace, the Grace of killing, and teams up with another young fighter to save their land from a corrupt king. Check the online catalog
 
Garcia, K. Beautiful Creatures: In a small South Carolina town, where it seems little has changed since the Civil War, sixteen-year-old Ethan is powerfully drawn to Lena, a new classmate with whom he shares a psychic connection and whose family hides a dark secret that may be revealed on her sixteenth birthday. Check the online catalog
 
Hartman, R. Seraphina: In a world where dragons and humans coexist in an uneasy truce and dragons can assume human form, Seraphina, whose mother died giving birth to her, grapples with her own indentity amid magical secrets and royal scandals, while she struggles to accept and develop her extraordinary musical talents. Check the online catalog
 
Jacques, B. Redwall: When the peaceful life of ancient Redwall Abbey is shattered by the arrival of the evil rat Cluny and his villainous hordes, Matthias, a young mouse, determines to find the legendary sword of Martin the Warrior which, he is convinced, will help Redwall's inhabitants destroy the enemy. Check the online catalog
 
Stiefvater, M. Shiver: In all the years she has watched the wolves in the woods behind her house, Grace has been particularly drawn to an unusual yellow-eyed wolf who, in his turn, has been watching her with increasing intensity. Check the online catalog
 
Taylor, L. Daughter of Smoke & Bone: Seventeen-year-old Karou, a lovely, enigmatic art student in a Prague boarding school, carries a sketchbook of hideous, frightening monsters--the chimaerae who form the only family she has ever known. Check the online catalog

Staff Pick

1491      

1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus

by Charles C. Mann

 

Did you know...

 

In 1491 there were probably more people living in the Americas than in Europe? Native Americans were the first in the world to genetically engineer food crops? Tenochtitlán, the capital city of the Aztec empire, not only dwarfed all European cities in population, but had running water, beautiful botanical gardens, and immaculately clean streets?
Charles C. Mann's 1491 radically alters our understanding of the New World before the arrival of Christopher Columbus with startling facts based on the latest scientific discoveries.

SuffolkWeb Email Service

SuffolkWeb was implemented in 1996 as an effort to bring Internet access into the homes of library patrons. After nearly 20 years, Suffolk Cooperative Library System will be ending the patron supplied eMail addresses on December 31st, 2015. For more information about retrieving your email from our system, please refer to the website:
This website will have instructions on downloading your messages and, in some instances, how to copy them to your new provider.
The Smithtown Library and Suffolk Cooperative Library System wants to thank you for sticking with this outdated system with its limitations and hope that your transition to a new provider goes smoothly.

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Library Hours

Monday - Thursday:
10:00am - 9:00pm
Friday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
(September - May;
Smithtown & Commack only)

Photographs

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Recycle Station

The Smithtown Library collects the following items for recycling:
- Cell Phones
- Eyeglasses
The Library no longer accepts batteries for recycling. The Town of Smithtown now allows residents to dispose of household batteries in their garbage.

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The Smithtown Library

Long Island's Largest Library Serving the Communities of Smithtown:
Commack, Fort Salonga, Hauppauge, Head of the Harbor, Kings Park, Nesconset, Nissequogue, Saint James, Smithtown, Village of the Branch

Commack Branch

3 Indian Head Road
Commack, NY 11725
631-360-2480
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Kings Park Branch

One Church Street
Kings Park, NY 11754
631-360-2480
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Nesconset Branch

148 Smithtown Boulevard
Nesconset, NY 11767
631-360-2480
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Smithtown Main Building

One North Country Road
Smithtown, NY 11787
631-360-2480
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