Womrath Book Shop 76 Pondfield Rd, Bronxville, NY10708 Seventy-one-year-old Womrath Book Shop is located on Pondfield Road in downtown Bronxville. The large gray stone…More building stocks genres including adult fiction and nonfiction, young adult, and children's, with selections for any age or taste. Customers can also find books on CD and an array of magazines and newspapers.
The Bookmouse 93 Tanglewylde Ave, Bronxville, NY10708 The Bookmouse sells rare and out-of-print books, specializing in art books. It generally sells directly from its private…More collection, but it can also seek out books in the case of special orders. Bookmouse operates from a private home in a residential neighborhood in Bronxville.
Yonkers Public Library - Crestwood Branch 16 Thompson St, Tuckahoe, NY10707 This branch of the Yonkers Public Library serves the community with a large collection of materials, including new…More titles, best sellers, children's books and media, large print books and more. It also features public use computers and Wi-Fi. The library hosts special events and programs that include bingo and children's story hours.
The Eastchester Public Library, which opened in 1947, is a member of the Westchester Library System and is governed…More by a seven-member board of trustees appointed by the Town Board. The library features fiction, literature, mystery, history, reference books and a large-print book collection, as well as videos, DVDs, CDs, audio books called "play aways," Blu-ray movies and Kobo ebook readers.</p>
<p>There are five computers with Internet access, one for online catalogue access and two that are equipped with Microsoft office.</p>
<p>Eastchester residents with a library card are eligible to receive free passes for Manhattan museums such as the Guggenheim, Children's Museum of Manhattan and the Museum of Natural History.</p>
<p>Tracy Wright is the current library director.</p>