Your Scarsdale Library Card is also your ticket to some wonderful local museums in Westchester and beyond. Reserve your pass now!
The Scarsdale Library offers a wealth of resources for the homebound and elderly in our village. Learn more about our Homebound Services.
We have a wide array of digital resources and helpful links for you to peruse. Be sure to check back frequently to always have the most up-to-date information.

Staff Selections and the Latest Titles

We have partnered with libraryAware to offer  you reading suggestions. Enter here to see more and to opt into this service. 

NYT Fiction Bestsellers



NYT Nonfiction Bestsellers



Read in Overdrive



Listen in Overdrive



Read in the Cloud



Listen in the Cloud



Book Browse

Preparing for your Book Discussion Group? Want to go “beyond the book”? Visit Book Browse  for weekly newsletter for reviews, author interviews, publishing news, read alikes and more.

Museum Passes (currently unavailable)

Your Scarsdale Library Card is also your ticket to some wonderful local museums in Westchester and beyond. If you have questions about how the museum pass works, check out our FAQ.

Writers Center

Hosted by the Scarsdale Public Library with support from the Friends of the Scarsdale Library, the Writers Center is a virtual community of writers looking to hone their craft, promote their projects, and exchange ideas about evolving markets and other publishing topics. Our programs include:

  • Ongoing writer critique groups, in which writers can share their work in a supportive and nurturing environment
  • Craft workshops led by faculty from the Sarah Lawrence College Writing Institute
  • A periodic “social issues” workshop for writers interested in exploring their feelings and thoughts about contemporary developments and current events
  • An annual Local Author Fair, where local authors can showcase and sell their books.
  • A semi-annual Festival of Writing, where writers from our critique groups can share their work before an audience of family and friends.

Resources and Services


Homebound Services (Currently Suspended)

The “Books for the Homebound” service provides book delivery and pickup for Scarsdale residents who can’t get to the library. If you are homebound and would like to register for this service, please contact us at or call Wendy Archer at the library (722-1302). Wendy would also be happy to hear from anyone interested in volunteering to help with this service.

Virtual One to One Help for Library Resources

Are you having trouble going virtual with any of our library resources? Schedule a zoom meeting with one of our tech-savvy librarians and we will walk you through using any of our fantastic digital offerings! Email the adult services department to register at

Helpful Links

Use the Westchester Library System website to explore resources for research, learning, and digital content, as well as services and programs provided by the System.

Here you can find ESL internet courses, local ESL classes, and other ESL resources.


Scarsdale Public Library offers a wide variety of digital resources through our eLibrary program which are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

Contact a Librarian