Hispanic American Fiction & Nonfiction

Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) by borrowing the following books from our library. The booklist contains both popular and classic fiction titles, along with nonfiction pertaining to Latin American cooking, biographies, and an overview of America's Hispanic past. 

Banned Books Week: September 27 to October 3, 2015

According to the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom, over 5,099 books were challenged in the past decade.

Driving Test Prep

Melrose Park Library is pleased to partner with to offer free online DMV practice tests for library patrons. With 11 car tests, 8 motorcycle tests, 4 CDL tests, 3 handbooks, and plenty of advice for getting your Illinois driver's license or permit, is one of the nation’s top sites for driver’s license practice tests.

Upcoming Reads

September update: Preview titles to watch out for this year with this booklist drawn from different literary genres, including both fiction and nonfiction titles. Click on the title to place a hold on that item, or contact the Adult Services Department to make a request.

New Release: Go Set a Watchman

There has been great hype surrounding Go Set a Watchman that released on July 14th.

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