Bookworms, rejoice! The New York Public Library has announced expanded hours at 10 locations, with some opening as early as 8 a.m. and closing as late at 11 p.m.! Here's a list of the locations, which also include five locations that had expanded hours from a pilot program; NYPL President Paul LeClerc said, “This is a moment to celebrate. In the current economic climate we have seen that access to libraries is essential. People with different circumstances and needs require their libraries at different times. I am enormously gratified that whether seeking a job, writing the next great novel, completing a school project, researching a new business or checking out the latest best seller, all our users will have time for in-depth pursuit of what they seek from us. I am very grateful to Mayor Bloomberg, Speaker Quinn, and the City Council for preserving funding for library hours, and our staff deserves credit for their willingness to experiment with new ideas and approaches to serving our users." Today the Mid-Manhattan location (Fifth Avenue and 40th Street) is having a party at its one-day only "Cover to Cover Cafe" (free coffee and Tim Hortons Timbits) until 11 p.m.