Our library's collection for adults, at both the Abington Free Library and the Roslyn Library, boasts a wide array of materials. It includes an extensive selection of books spanning various genres, a rich assortment of DVDs for both entertainment and education, captivating audiobooks for those who prefer to listen, and a curated range of magazines to cater to all interests.
With over 300,000 items in our collections, you’re sure to find something to love. Beyond our books, magazines, and audiovisual materials, we have some special collections you won’t want to miss:
Looking for a new bestseller but don’t want to wait for your hold to come in? Check our Lucky Day collection at both locations. Lucky Day books cannot be placed on hold or renewed and never go to other MCLINC libraries to fill holds. If it’s on the shelf, it’s yours to take out! Thank you to the Friends of the Abington Township Public Libraries for sponsoring our Lucky Day collections.
The Abington Free Library has one of the most extensive adult graphic novel collections in Montgomery County—and it’s growing! Stop by today to check it out. Have a suggestion on a book or series to add to the collection? Stop by the Information Desk and share it with our librarians.
Our Library of Things includes Museum Passes, Blood Pressure Monitoring Kits, Chromebooks, Pickleball Kits, and so much more.
Summer Reading isn’t just for kids—and our reading challenges are not just for summer!
Adult reading challenges year-round offer prizes and fun social activities!
Led by our librarians, the different challenges give adults a chance to push themselves and find new books, genres, and ways to read.
Participate in an Adult Reading Challenge this summer or winter at the Abington Township Public Library.
Need help with your digital device? Want to become more tech-savvy? We can help!
The Abington Township Public Library offers help navigating your smartphones, tablets, apps, and more with classes, one-on-one assistance, and librarian-curated resources. Learn more by visiting our Tech Learning page now.
At the Abington Free Library, we have several places available for study, including the Shorday Room for Quiet Study and two small study rooms for group work. The study rooms have a large whiteboard, available for your use.
Groups must reserve the small study rooms, as far out as one week in advance, either in person at the Information Desk or by calling 215-885-5180 x113. Walk-ins are possible, pending availability.
Check out these E-Resources!
Get recommendations for your next great read based on books and authors you already love. Now with a live BookChat widget!
Book lists curated by our librarians on different topics.
We are more than just books! Check out our unique lending collections today.