-A +A

Services for Adults

The Adult Services section works hard to meet the needs of people from 18 years to senior citizens. Librarians and staff select the "best of the best' in books, and DVDs in English and Spanish for members of the community. We provide the newest DVD releases available anywhere, computers and WiFi for public use and, of course, great books and magazines in English and Spanish. Adult Services also organizes cultural events and outings as part of the library's services.

Latest: Adult News

While School is Closed...

Check out these free, educational (and fun!) resources for you and your child!

, Mar 19 2020 - 12:15pm, Read more

Curbside Pick-Up and Mobile Printing FAQs

Beginnging Tuesday, May 26

Curbside Pickup FAQ

What libraries are offering Curbside Pickup?

Rosewood Main Library – 5655 Jillson St. Commerce, CA 90040

When and what times are pickups available?

Monday – Friday from 10am-5:30p.m.

Who can use Curbside Pickup?

Curbside Pickup is available for current library card holders. Curbside Pickup is not currently available for Digital Card Holders.

How do I reserve items?

You can reserve most titles online or over the phone. At this time, those with Digital Library Cards cannot request items for Curbside Pickup. Digital cardholders only have access to our electronic resources.

, May 19 2020 - 2:30pm, PDF icon Curbside and Mobile Pickup FAQ.pdf, Read more
Free, Live Homework Help

Available everyday between 1:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.!

Children and adults – students of all ages - can receive free, live Homework Help with English, Math, Science and Social Studies from any Internet-connected computer, anywhere. Have an essay or resume to write? You can get help with that too! To use the service, students need a Commerce library card. Online homework help in English and Spanish is available from 1:00 to 10:00 p.m. every day, except major holidays.

¡Obtenga ayuda gratuita para la tarea en vivo desde casa con!

, Mar 24 2020 - 2:30pm, PDF icon English.pdf, PDF icon espanol.pdf, Read more
Visions of Warriors Film Screening and Q&A

Film Screening: Monday, May 18 - June 1

“Visions of Warriors” will be screening online for the City of Commerce Public Library from Monday, May 18 to Monday, June 1, 2020. A Q&A with director Ming Lai will be held on Thursday, June 4th at 6:00 p.m via Zoom. This special event is a part of the California Center for the Book’s Community Conversations with Veterans.
To view the film, visit
Password to view: ccftbccwvsjplsjsu2020423

Zoom information for the June 4th Q&A to follow.



, May 19 2020 - 11:00am, PDF icon Visions of Warriors Film Screening.pdf, Read more
New eBooks & eAudiobooks on cloudLibrary

New books just added!

Check out all the new downloadable eBooks & eAudiobooks availalbe to you on cloudLibrary! We've just purchased new children's, teen, and adult titles, so be the first to check them out!

, Mar 23 2020 - 4:45pm, Read more
Hoopla is open!

Checkout limit increased to 15 items per month

The library is closed but our digital collection is open! Download the Hoopla app or visit to get started.

Checkout movies, music, books, and audiobooks...all without leaving your house.

, Mar 24 2020 - 3:15pm, PDF icon Hoopla.pdf, Read more
Virtual Book Clubs

Virtual Book Clubs for all ages!

We are now offering book clubs virtually: Kids Book Club, Teen Graphic Novel Book Club, English Book Club, and Spanish Book Club (Club de Lectora en Español). All book clubs will be held via Zoom. Sign up by completing the form here. Once you've completed the form, a staff member will contact you with instructions on how to join the next meeting. Keep reading and we'll "see" you soon!

Sign up HERE

, Apr 27 2020 - 4:30pm, Read more
Club de Lectura en Español

Reunión virtual cada miércoles 4:00p.m.

Amor Redentor por Francine Rivers
"La exitosa autora Francine Rivers relata nuevamente la historia bíblica de amor de Gómer y Oseas en un cuento ambientado con el emocionante telón de fondo de la fiebre del oro de California. La protagonista, Ángela, es una joven mujer que fue vendida para la prostitución cuando era niña. Miguel Oseas es un hombre piadoso enviado a la vida de Ángela para atraerla al amor redentor del Salvador. Esta notable novela ha vendido más de medio millón de copias y está entre los veinte primeros de la lista de mayores éxitos de ventas de libros de ficción de la ECPA por cuatro años..."
, Dec 14 2016 - 6:30pm, Read more
Bandini, Bristow, and Veterans Library Bookdrops Closed

Bandini, Bristow, and Veterans Library Bookdrops Are Closed

Bandini, Bristow, and Veterans Library bookdrops are now closed. The bookrop at Rosewood Library is now open. There will be no fines on items checked out before our closure in March issued while the library is closed. Please keep your library items at home and enjoy them until we reopen. For any questions on your account please call 323-722-6660 Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. or visit and click on "contact us."

, Mar 26 2020 - 10:15am, Read more
Computer Classes


Sign up for a four week session of beginning computer classes.

6:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, April 7, 14, 21, & 28.

Rosewood Library
5655 Jillson St.
Commerce, CA 90040

For more information, please call 323-722-6660.


, May 9 2019 - 4:15pm, Read more
Volunteers Needed

POSTPONED-Become a trained Veteran Resource Coach or a Veteran Outreach Specialist

The Veterans Resource Center is looking for individuals who have a passion for giving back to those who have protected our freedom from World War II to present day.

We need dedicated individuals who can assist veterans and their families by providing them the resources and information, military or non-military related.   

We also need dedicated individuals who are willing to outreach to the community and talk about what the Veterans Resource Center provides.

Many veterans do not know that benefits have changed since they were discharged so eligibility requirements are different.  There are also new benefits that have come out since some vets were discharged that they may now quality for. We have a network of resources, that well-deserved veterans do not know about and we need dedicated people to help spread the word.

, Oct 17 2017 - 8:45am, PDF icon Vet Day.pdf, Read more
3D Printing Available at Rosewood Library

POSTPONED-Easy as 1-2-3D Printing!

What ideas do you want to bring to life?

Find objects to print and submit them to the library for printing using Taz, the Library’s new 3D printer.

The Library’s 3D printer is available to the public to make three-dimensional objects in plastic using a design that is uploaded from a digital computer file. To view our 3D printer policy, procedures for submitting a design and FAQ's, click PDF below.

For more information, please call 323-722-6660.

, Mar 24 2016 - 4:30pm, PDF icon Taz Brochure April 2018.pdf, Read more