The Grundy Library’s collection of more than 60,000 items contains a wide variety of materials for all ages including books, magazines, journals, books on CD, music CDs and DVDs. Large print and Spanish language books are also available. To locate materials, search the Library Catalog.
Articles & Databases
Use our online databases to search for news, magazine, and journal articles as well as other types of resources covering a variety of subjects. To browse online resources by subject, go to Articles & Databases.
BRISTOL HISTORY COLLECTION
The Grundy Library houses a rich collection of materials pertaining to the history of Bristol Borough and surrounding areas. These resources include:
- Bristol city directories
- Cemetery transcriptions
- Bristol High School yearbooks
- Bucks County Courier Times (1911-present on microfilm, Nov 2002-present online)
For more information, go to Bristol History Collection.
NONPROFIT RESOURCE CENTER
In a unique partnership, the Margaret R. Grundy Library, United Way of Bucks County, and Bucks County Community College have created the Nonprofit Resource Center (NRC) to better serve Bucks County’s grantseekers, grantmakers, and nonprofit organizations.
For more information, go to Nonprofit Resource Center.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS FOR CHILDREN & TEENS
The library has several special collections for children including print materials like board books, beginner reader titles, and graphic novels. Books on CD, music CDs, DVD’s, summer reading and Reading Olympics books are also available.
For teens, the library offers graphic novels and books on CD in addition to print materials. Summer reading books and Reading Olympics books for Middle / Junior and Senior High Schools are also available.
GRUNDY ON THE GO
This special collection is located in the library at the Lower Bucks Campus of Bucks County Community College. Their students are permitted to check out materials from this collection, which includes books, audio books and movies.
For more collection highlights, see our Featured Collections.