The Palm Springs Public Library helps to enrich lives and communities through universal access to knowledge, lifelong learning, and literacy.
- Electronic Catalog / Log in to Library Account
- Book Discussions
- Mango Languages
- Digital Resources - eBooks, eMagazines, other eResources
- Palace Project App
- Library Board
- Library Cards
- Photo Gallery
- Programs & Services (Register online for programs)
- Friends of the Library
- NewsBank- America's Newspapers - Includes current edition access to the Palm Beach Post, Miami Herald, Sun Sentinel, Delray Sun, Palm Beach Daily News, and Boca Time
- Gale Databases for research, magazines, newspapers & non-fiction ebooks
- Libby (Overdrive) - ebooks, digital audiobooks
- Digital Magazines - read current and past issues of popular magazines
- CloudLibrary - ebooks and digital audiobooks.
Students in grade K-5 who need assistance with reading, are paired with a Teen Buddy who reads along with them. They also participate in other fun literacy activities during the 60 minute program is on Saturdays from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Please fill out and return your application.
WANTED TEEN VOLUNTEER READING BUDDIES!
- Teen Buddies receive community service volunteer hours. (Three per session)
- Must have a 3.0 (B) Grade Point Average
- Letter of reference
- Attend a mandatory training session on a Thursday night
- Download application here.
The Village of Palm Springs wins its 4th time in a row for Mid-Size Municipality Read for the Record! Staff continues to work hard and go the extra mile to increase awareness about the importance of early literacy. A BIG Thank you to Council and Staff Members who participated in this year's event. We could not have done it without everyone's support and promoting literacy. Thank you to Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County and the Palm Beach County League of Cities for recognizing our efforts in promoting and
reading to our local children.
Click on the link below to watch our Read for the Record 2023 video:
City Government Week 2023
In celebration of Florida City Government Week, the Village of Palm Springs
The Village of Palm Springs Awards
Joseph L. Fallon Scholarship 2023
The Village of Palm Springs Awards the Joseph L. Fallon Scholarships to six recent high school graduates on Thursday, May 11th, 2023, during the regular Council Meeting. All Students received a "Congratulations" yard sign to be placed in front of their homes recognizing their dedication and hard work. Each student was awarded a $1,000.00 dollar scholarship and had their picture taken with Village of Palm Springs Mayor, Bev Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Fallon, and Palm Springs Public Library Director, Jossie Maliska. This year's recipients are Chimdindu F. Ejidike from, Forest Hill Community High School, Colin D. Coppin from Atlantic High School, Valeria Estrada from G-Star High School of the Arts, Aarnav Gautam from Suncoast High School, Meybelyn C. Bauza from John I. Leonard High School, and Brando Santana from John I. Leonard High School. Again, we congratulate these students and their achievements.
Kindergarten First Place: Y. Paul
First Grade First Place: M. Gautam
Second Grade First Place: M. Arias
Third Grade First Place: A. Velasquez
Fourth Grade First Place: D. Valiente
Fifth Grade First Place: S. Estrada
Sixth Grade First Place: G. Santerre
Seventh Grade First Place: J. Fradestin
Eight Grade First Place: C. Alfaro
Cat 1. Grand Prize K-2 Winner: R. Garcia
Cat. 2 Grand Prize 3-5 Winner: D. Martinez
Cat. 3 Grand Prize 6-8 Winner: A. Otapia
THE PALACE PROJECT IS HERE!
Tired of going to different apps for your CloudLibrary and Overdrive
E-books and E-Audiobooks? Here they are all in one app!
INTRODUCING THE PALACE PROJECT
The library is introducing The Palace Project app (“Palace”) that makes accessing the library’s ebook and audiobook collections easier than ever. Palace brings together all of the library’s ebook and audiobook collections into one simple app, where users can search and browse, check out items, and read, in just a few taps. The Palace app is available now to all Palm springs Library patrons from the Apple Store and for Android from the Google Playstore.
CloudLibrary, Libby (Overdrive) and Hoopla ebooks and digital audiobooks all in one app!
ATTENTION OVERDRIVE APP USERS!
The Overdrive App will be discontinued soon. Please download the LIBBY app or PALACE app from your app store to continue using material from Overdrive.
The Village of Palm Springs Awards
Joseph L. Fallon Scholarship 2022
Bookmark Contest Winners 2022
Village of Palm Springs hosted its Annual Bookmark Contest on April 26th, 2022, with 26 contest recipients from our local schools. This years' theme was "Ocean's of Possibilities" students created such beautiful artwork. Mayor Bev Smith was part of this ceremony presenting the students with their awards. This tradition has been going on at Palm Springs Public Library for over 30 years our local schools and families really love this contest. Congratulations to all winners!
FREE ACCESS TO NEWSPAPERS
WITH YOUR LIBRARY CARD
NewsBank - America's Newspapers includes current and archival editions from hundreds of newspapers nationwide. The Palm Beach Post includes the current daily edition FREE for you online. Search a single issue or the text version from 1989 to current. Select the links above, enter your library card number and you have immediate access to local, state and national news.
E-BOOKS, E-AUDIOBOOKS, DIGITAL MAGAZINES, E-RESOURCES
We have many wonderful virtual options to use the library! Have you checked out our NEW online book platform, CloudLibrary? Download the app on your device.
RBDigital - DIGITAL MAGAZINES & E-AUDIOBOOKS
Online magazines and audiobooks through RB Digital! Click on the register link and input your information. Select Palm Springs Public Library and input your library card number.
SEE OUR FREE ONLINE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES. E
- Educational e-Resources PRESCHOOL AGE to Elementary School
- Educational e-Resources 6th grade,
- HIGH SCHOOL AND ADULTS
- Educational e-Resources Parents’ Guides