Each year, the American Library Association designates a week in September to celebrate and acknowledge challenged books, bringing attention to censorship and promoting the freedom to read and explore ideas.
If you've traveled anywhere the past few days, you probably noticed groups of people walking around town while looking at their phones. Depending on where you live, this might not be that strange, but for many rural parts of Burlington County, this is a little odd and it is all thanks to Pokémon GO!
Kids at the Pemberton Library explored the art of stop motion animation during a program that reviewed both hand drawn and claymation techniques.
If you’re dreading the thought of potty training your toddler, stop by your local branch! The library has many resources for both you and your child that will help achieve this milestone in no time!
Picture books are generally for children in preschool through 3rd grade, but they are entertaining for all ages. The pictures in these books help tell the story, unlike illustrated books that use images simply as decoration for text.
Earlier this month at the Pemberton Community Library, children ages 5 & up attended Picture This!, an art program that features different artists and their work. This month's artist was French painter and printmaker Henri Matisse.
The Pemberton Community Library is again host to the Burlington County Art Guild's Winter Members Exhibit.
Pemberton Library has a whole week of special crafting prepared for fans of a galaxy far, far away! Kids and their families are invited to stop by anytime between 3:00 and 8:00pm (1-5pm on Sunday, 3-5pm on Friday) to participate in these simple Star Wars projects.
The Pemberton Community Library is proud to welcome the Princeton Chapter of the American Sewing guild to exhibit their work and art at the library during September and October 2015.
Kids at the Pemberton Library worked together to create their own stop motion animation videos as a part of summer reading. This year's theme is Every Hero has a Story, but before a story is told someone has to think it up!