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  • Adelphi University, Swirbul Library

    S. Ave. Garden City, NY 11530

  • American Kennel Club Library

    260 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-696-8245 An archive for all matters related to purebreds, the American Kennel Club Library is the proud owner of The Boke of St. Albans, the first book in the English language to acknowledge (at length) the existence of canines. In addition to random treatises and article clippings that show the dog as perceived in art, literature, and philosophy, the library contains books on biology, breeding, training, and sportingaalso pamphlets about where in the city to get a good groom. More >>

  • American Museum of Natural History

    5th Ave. & E. 79th St. New York, NY 10075

  • Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library

    Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library

    40 W. 20th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-206-5400 No pushing and shoving here. Architecturally barrier-free, the Heiskell has wide aisles and low, neatly maintained shelves. Although only qualifying individuals can check out the chunky green "talking books" and the library's braille titles, any visitor with a New York Public Library card can borrow materials from the large-print and "descriptive video" collections. Or, audition to record your favorite book in the fully equipped recording studio. The children's room is charming, with books in multiple formats, including touch-and-feel, and a snowy owl hand puppet. More >>

  • The Asian American Writers' Workshop

    112 W. 27th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-494-0061 There's much more to Asian American lit than Amy Tan, and the Asian American Booksellerathe biggest of its kind in the countryais proof of the field's breadth and depth. Carrying the canonical, the obscure, and the emergent, the store also has a sizable selection of Asian literature translated into English. Browsers can hang out in a loft space with comfy couches. And when turning those pages gets you hungry, there's great Korean food in the nabe. Run by the nonprofit Asian American Writers Workshop, the store has an annual Midnight Madness Sale, when books sell at a hefty discount. More >>