The Haddon Heights Library has many types of media for our patrons.
There are more than 46,000 volumes in the fiction, mystery, teen, children’s, non-fiction and biography collections. The library has multiple copies of new, popular titles.
The library has more than 80 magazines available. Newspapers available include: Barron’s, The Courier Post, The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Retrospect and The Wall Street Journal.
The library owns more than 1100 feature films (recent and classic), television series, how-to, travel, opera, other non-fiction titles and children’s videos.
The library owns more than 250 CD audiobooks, including fiction, poetry, language lessons and non-fiction titles. The library’s collection includes both unabridged and abridged titles. There is also a rotating collection of over 350 unabridged titles that change every three months.
While many reference materials are available online, the Haddon Heights Library still maintains a small reference section. These materials are available for use in the library only. This collection includes encyclopedias, literary criticisms, dictionaries and many more.
Databases include EbscoHost (full text to thousands of magazines), Contemporary Authors, Novelist, Legal Information Resource Center, and many more. Some databases are licensed only for use in the Library. Others are available from your home or office computer.
Click here for those available online from your home or office computer (most require input of your library card number).
New Jersey Collection
The library has a special New Jersey section that includes pamphlets, books, maps, and genealogical material for reference. Some of these titles are available for circulation.
The library participates in downloadable eBooks and audio programs. Click here for more information. This service is free to library cardholders.
Passes to local museums and cultural attractions are available to check out at the library. Click here for more information.