Why would you check out the Youth Services' Audiobook collection? The real question is why wouldn’t you? The many benefits to listening to a good book include developing listening, comprehension and concentration skills and development of proficient reading skills. Audio books help children in
Looking for winter stories to read to your children over the break? Below is a list of some of our favorite frosty tales!
On Friday, December 11th, the County Library Youth Services Department hosted a Victorian Family Festival. Participants were invited to create homemade gifts and listen to delightful carols by the Rancocas Valley Singers.
On Monday, December 7th, the County Library hosted a Star Wars Academy program! Attendees were challenged to a variety of obstacles, including a lava pit jump, Stormtrooper bowling, worm hole travel, Death Star bean bag toss, light saber balloon balance, and a droid building craft.
As winter break approaches, families may be looking for fun activities. Check out the links below for educational resources and activities to keep your child occupied and engaged during the break.
These additions to our digital collection allow young readers to follow along with the story as it is read aloud. Pages are turned automatically and each word is highlighted as it is read.
November marks the beginning of Picture Book Month. This annual celebration honors the printed picture book in the digital era.
November marks the beginning of Native American Heritage Month. During this time, the contributions, sacrifices and achievements of American Indian and Alaska Natives are honored.
September 27th marked the beginning of Banned Books Week. This annual event was launched in 1982 in response to the increasing number of challenged books in libraries, schools and bookstores.
September 15th commenced Hispanic Heritage Month. During this time, the nation celebrates the history and contributions of Americans whose ancestors came from the Caribbean, Mexico, Spain and Central and South America.