Bestsellers and Award Winners
Easy catalog access to the Library's bestselling and award-winning books and materials.
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Books by Mail
The Library now offers Books by Mail services to homebound patrons. This service includes audiobooks, music CDs and nonfiction DVDs, as well as regular and large print books. Just review our Books by Mail Policies, fill out and sign the application, and mail it back to the Library. Once the application is approved, a Library staff member will contact the homebound patron to start services. Call Tamara Golubski at 972-744-4393 for information.
Books by Mail Policies
Books by Mail Application
Richardson Public Library offers Internet classes each month. Topics include Introduction to the Internet, Intermediate Internet, Job Searching, an Introduction to Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.
Dewey Knit! is the Library’s knitting group. All are welcome to join regardless of ability. BOOKbabble is the Library's book discussion group--offering morning or evening meeting times--showcasing the best in literary fiction, memoir and biography. The Library's newest book club, REAL Reads, focuses discussion on a variety of biography and nonfiction selections. The First Wednesday Book Club features speakers discussing popular literature. The Richardson Historical & Genealogical Society meets monthly to talk about a variety
of genealogical topics.
The library catalog features subject lists of new materials.
Requests for Accommodation
Accommodation requests for persons with disabilities should be made by contacting Susan Mattison, ADA Coordinator, via phone at 972-744-0908, via email at ADACoordinator@cor.gov,
or by appointment at 1621 E. Lookout Drive, Richardson, TX 75082.
In addition to our regularly-scheduled clubs and computer classes, Richardson Public Library offers special events to educate and entertain adults. Past topics have included the Richardson Reads One Book program, art and photography shows, special lectures on financial aid and gardening, the annual book sale and much more. Check our calendar for a list of upcoming events.
Tax Forms and Information
IRS forms for the current tax year are available in the Reference Department. AARP-trained tax preparation assistance is available during tax season.