• Best Sellers Club

  • Talking Books and Braille Library

    Picture of a digital talking books player.
    People with physical disabilities that prevent them from reading print materials may qualify for no-cost audio and Braille books and magazines through the NY Talking Books and Braille Library. Contact the library to learn more or click here for application information.
  • Tech Tutoring

    Need help with Kanopy, Hoopla or OverDrive?
     
    Want to learn how to use Rosetta Stone, Freegal, or other library resources?

    Call 845-359-3877 or email tappanlibrary at tappanlibrary.org to schedule a one-on-one tech tutoring session.
     

  • If you are physically unable to travel to the library due to illness, age or disability you can still enjoy library services by using our Books By Mail program.
     
    If eligible, you will receive books via the US Mail at absolutely no charge and they will arrive direct to you home. Click the mailbox for a form and program details.
     
  • Notary Public Services

    Need something notarized?

    We offer notary public services weekdays from 10-5, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and most weekends. Call 359-3877 to make an appointment. There is no fee for this service.



Now Available - Consumer Reports Online


Your library card* now provides you access to Consumer Reports' product ratings and reports.

Click here to get started.

*If you have a library card from a library other than Tappan, you have to enter the Consumer Reports site through your home library's website.

Great American Read

The PBS show The Great American Read wraps up in October.

We would like to know which books from their list of America's 100 most-loved books are your favorites.

Click here to see the list and select up to 10 of your most-loved books. There is also space at the end to write-in any of your favorites that didn't make the top 100 list.

We will announce the top 10 books on November 9.

Finding What You Need

RCLS Mobile App
With the RCLS app, you can search our catalog, place holds, or check your library account from anywhere.
Click here to learn more or to download the app.




Southeastern Access to Libraries (SEAL)
SEAL allows you to search the combined catalogs of RCLS and 150 other libraries in the lower Hudson Valley. 

Start your seach here and contact us to help you request what you find.