Boonton Holmes Library


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AARP Tax Aid Program

This program is offered in conjunction with the IRS and the AARP Foundation. It is open to everyone regardless of age but is primarily geared to senior citizens. There are locations through out Morris County as well as nationally. Local offices include Boonton Senior Center (Tuesdays), Parsippany Community Center (Tuesdays and Thursdays), Kinnelon Fire House (Thursdays) and Denville Municipal Building (Wednesday).
For contact information to make an appointment and a list of all sites in the area go to . Offices will be open February 1 thru April 17.

Learn a new language today using Rosetta Stone.

Library card holders can log in and immediately start learning a new language!

Click the link to EBSCO below, log in using your sixteen digit number, scroll down the list of databases, click on the Rosetta Stone icon. The platform will ask you to set up an account by entering your e-mail and a password. Once that’s done, you’re set to go.


3M Cloud Library + Bibliotheca

Your ebook and audiobook resource.

Click the logo below for access to thousands of e and audiobooks
for free with your library card.


Click here for more technical information on devices and how to register.

World Book Online

A more reliable alternative to Google!



Whether you’re working on a project or report for school or simply want to learn more about a new subject, World Book is the best online resource for reliable information.

World Book Online highlights: eBooks– access online versions of World Book’s best nonfiction titles, from biographies to books about outer space.

Student– learn how to research and correctly cite resources for school projects. Type your topic right into the search engine below!

Log in to World Book Online using your Boonton Library card.

Check out TumbleBooks!

Click the image above and use your
library card number to sign in.


The Boonton Holmes Library is very excited to announce a new
geneaological site to our library, My Heritage!!

The new site contains 6 billion historical records
from the United States and across the globe!

You can access MyHeritage from the library or your home computer using
your sixteen digit library card number.

Click here to access MyHeritage.

Zinio Digital Magazines
Click below to access free digital magazines.



Simply click, create an account and begin reading!

 Learn a new language today!

Access Rosetta Stone for free using your library card.
Click below to get started.

**Clicking the Rosetta Stone logo below will direct you to the Jersey Clicks website. Enter your card number. You will then be directed to Rosetta Stone.**


Boonton Tales:
Now accepting your stories

The Boonton Tales project is up and running, so feel free to submit your stories.

Stories can be emailed to:

 Ernie Piscatello submitted the first story on the subject of VE Day: May 8, 1945 and his memory of it. Click here to read it

WANTED: Boonton yearbooks.

The Library and High School are looking to complete their collections of yearbooks. Both collections have missing years. If you have any of the following years and are interested in donating, please contact the library 973-334-2980

Anything before 1927
1931          1942
1932          1943
1933          1945
1936          1950
1938          1984
1939          1994
1940          2004
1941          2005
1943         2013