Audio & E-Books

Listen or read a book electronically! Visit the Southern New Jersey Audiobook and E-Book download center. Click here
Audio & E-Books: Listen or read a book electronically! Visit the Southern New Jersey Audiobook and E-Book download center.Click here
Co-working: Would you be interested in reserving a shared space at the library to work on your business? Please take our survey and let us know. Click here
 
Go to the Library Catalog Renew Items

If you want to renew books or other borrowed items, have your library card barcode and PIN (usually the last 4 digits of your phone number) handy.
Click here to access our catalog.
Then click on My Account to sign in. When you're done, you can click on the Search tab to find more stuff to take out!

Willingboro Public Library gladly accepts donations of used books in good condition. Those we cannot use may be sold or given to charity. Please bring used books in boxes or bags to the orange double doors at the rear of the library between 9-5 on weekdays and ring the doorbell, or call ahead (609-877-6668) to have someone meet you there.

We would appreciate it if the following items were not donated: encyclopedias, Reader’s Digest Condensed Books, magazines or pamplets, audiovisual materials or anything stained or moldy. Thank you,

  Willingboro Public Library gladly accepts volunteers in the following capacities:
  • Regular volunteers adhering to fixed schedules.
  • Occasional volunteers giving short term help.
  • Students, scouts, or other organizational members fulfilling community service requirements.
  • Special projects volunteers with, for example, art, gardening or technology skills, as approved by the library director.
  • On a case-by-case basis, non-violent offenders doing court-ordered community service who are referred by court personnel.

 

Volunteers may be assigned to the following tasks:

  • Shelving books and library materials.
  • Reading shelves.
  • Labeling, stamping, copying, collating, filing, or otherwise preparing library materials.
  • Other clerical tasks as necessary
  • Assisting professional librarians with programming.
  • Presenting programs under the supervision of a professional librarian.
  • Volunteers who perform the duties of a professional librarian must have an MLS or equivalent education or training.

 

Volunteers may be given assignments by:

  • The library director or assistant director.
  • The head of reference, the A/YA librarian, the children's librarian.
  • The head of circulation.
  • Another staff member as delegated by one of the above.

 

Volunteers may express a preference as to the type of assignment or department they will be assigned to, however library needs will take precedence.

 

Volunteers who come into contact with library records or personal information of library customers will be selectively assigned and closely monitored by library supervisors and are subject to the same confidentiality laws as library staff members.

 

Adopted 9/04

Revised 7/05

If you would like to support Willingboro Public Library by contributing your time and skills, please fill out this application, and return it via email or mail to Assistant Director, Willingboro Public Library, 220 Willingboro Pkwy, Willingboro NJ 08046. Thank you.

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220 Willingboro Parkway
Willingboro Town Center
Willingboro, NJ 08046

609.877.6668
609.877.6250 public fax (fee);
609.835.1699 library fax
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