The Franklin Institute visited the County Library Auditorium on Wednesday, June 25th to present How to Build a Storm: The Weather Show!
On Saturday, May 17th, girls ages 6-9 came to the County Library to celebrate American Girl, Addy’s Birthday.
Girl Scouts joined Mr. Dennis for high flying adventure during last week's Let Your Imagination Fly program! All attendees learned about the art of making paper airplanes and then challenged themselves to see who's creation could fly the farthest!
This past Saturday, kids joined Mr. Dennis in the County Library Auditorium for Let Your Imagination Fly, a program where they learned about airplanes and build their own paper versions!
This year's summer reading program has options for every age and kicks off June 23rd! Fizz, Boom, Read is the theme for kids, while teens will Spark a Reaction and adults will explore the Literary Elements! Look out for exciting programs and prizes throughout the eight weeks of summer reading!
April commences School Library Month. During this time, school librarians create special activities to exhibit the importance of the media center in the education of children. This year’s theme is Lives Change @ Your Library (American Library Association, 2014).
January 20th marks the national observation of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. On this day, Americans honor the life, legacy and contributions of Dr.King by serving their community. To learn more about the holiday, visit the following sites.
BCLS would like to wish Burlington County educators a wonderful 2014. As a reminder, BCLS has a variety of valuable materials and services available to teachers and school media specialists. This includes school visits, class tours, and our new Classroom Assistant.