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THE FRIENDS OF THE 29 PALMS LIBRARY Twentynine Palms Branch Library
6078 Adobe Road, 29 Palms, CA 92277
Public Library
Simi Dabah Sculpture
Teen Tech Week 2013
Teen Crafts
Reading can be fun
Everyone gets in the swing at the Mystery Theater
Upcoming Events

Book Sale Sept 7 10am - 3pm

Big selection of books, DVDs, and CDs. Stock up for Fall. Members get first pick at 9 am.

Cruise Into Murder - Nov 1

A new audience participation murder mystery.  Tickets on sale soon.

New Books

The following adult fiction was recently added to the shelves: The Girl Who Lived Twice by David Lagercranz, The Last Widow by Karen Slaughter, Haunted House Murder by Leslie Meier, Tin Badges by Lorenzo Carcaterra, The Turn of Midnight by Minette Walters, Chances Are by Richard Russo, Labyrinth by Catherine Coulter, One Good Deed by David Baldacci, Smoke Screen by Iris Johansen, The Seekers by Heather Graham, Surfside Sisters by Nancy Thayer, Spine of the Dragon by Kevin J. Anderson, The Electric Hotel by Dominic Smith, Big Sky by Kate Atkinson, The Night of the Swarm by Robert V.S. Redcik, Lost and Found by Danielle Steele, Lent by Jo Walton.

Caleb Howell's King Arthur: The Man Who Conquered Europe was added to the nonfiction collection.

The following Junie B Jones books by Barbara Parker were added: First Grader, At Last; The Stupid Smelly Bus; and Turkeys We Have Loved and Eaten

Genealogy Research. Did you know you can trace your ancestors for free online through the library's resources, including Ancestry? See "How To" for a step-by-step guide


If you have a library card you can call the library at 760-367-9519 and reserve a book from any branch of the San Bernardino Library System.
Who are the Friends?

The Friends of the Twentynine Palms Branch Library is an all-volunteer group of local citizens who seek to preserve and enhance our library for the present and future generations.

About Your Library

The Twentynine Palms Branch Library is located at 6078 Adobe Rd, 29 Palms, CA 92277. It is part of the San Bernardino County Library system. Register for a library card today. It's FREE! Bring an ID and proof of county residence, such as a utility bill, to the library circulation desk.


San Bernardino County Library Website