Queens Borough Public Library 1836 Bell Blvd, Bayside, NY11360 This Bay Terrace branch of the Queens Borough Library system has all the library standards: mystery, suspense, romance,…More non-fiction and more. It also has a collection of Korean language DVDs. There are free workshops for Chinese speakers, programs for Spanish speakers, and career workshops for just about everybody. Use the library's computer, or bring your own laptop for free Wi-Fi use.
The Douglaston-Little Neck branch of the Queens Borough Public Library offers a wide array of books, classes, CDs and…More DVDs.</p>
<p>The library, which opened in 1962, underwent a renovation in 2009 that added new computers, furniture and self check-in technology.</p>
<p>Services include free computer access and printing for visitors with a library card. There's also a variety of programs such as yoga, a book club, computer classes and knitting.</p>
Though the North Hills location is one of the smallest in terms of size in the Queens Library system, branch manager…More Yang Zeng reports a healthy circulation driven by a diverse crowd of Little Neck bibliophiles. </p>
<p>With a unique circular interior layout, the library includes rows of adult fiction and non-fiction titles, books in Chinese and Korean and a children's center.</p>
<p>The branch also boasts four Internet terminals, free Wi-Fi and resources for area job-seekers.</p>
Bayside Public Library 21420 Northern Blvd, Bayside, NY11361 Bayside Public Library, built in 1964, is a branch of the Queens Borough public library system. It features a…More bustling kids section where children from all backgrounds can be seen sitting at kid-sized, round tables, helping each other with paragraph construction and other homework. A computer hub where kids can study or surf such Web sites as Nick Junior is adjacent.