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DC Rebirth Vol. 2 is now available to download, bringing new titles like Green Arrow Vol. 2 and Superman Vol. 2 direct to your mobile device or computer with a valid Highland Park library card.


Highland Park author Daniel Rosenberg has won the Soon To Be Famous Illinois Author Project for his debut novel, The Towers Still Stand. Nominated by the Highland Park Public Library and chosen from 66 novels submitted, Rosenberg's debut novel is a suspenseful and thought provoking alternate history of the September 11 attacks. Click here for more.


Join the community-wide read and pick up a copy of Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue at the the library today. Attend book discussions, events and meet the author! 

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Bob Coscarelli, professor emeritus College of Lake County, introduces the last in the series "Magical Realism in Film," featuring Baz Luhrmann​'s Moulin Rouge. A discussion will follow the showing.  Sunday, April 23, at 2 p.m. in the Auditorium. Click here for more information.


What does the library have in common with the Panama Canal, Niagara Falls, the Empire State Building, and thousands of other landmarks worldwide?  All have been lit up with blue lights to promote autism awareness in April, Autism Awareness Month.  To read more, click here.