If you could nominate a character from one of your favorite books for president, who would it be?
On your next visit to the Youth Services department, check out the library’s new ELF™ Child-Safe Browser, a program designed to allow kids to safely explore the web.
September 17 marks the third annual Batman Day, which began in 2014 as a celebration of the Dark Knight’s 75th anniversary and continues as a celebration of one of the world’s most popular superheroes.
The first Garden State Teen Book Awards voting process occurred in 1995. Librarians and library staff from throughout New Jersey gathered to discuss the previous year’s award-winning and highly-rated Young Adult titles, as they have every year since.
Our 2016 Summer Reading Program is a homerun with kids of all ages and there’s still time to “get in the game” and earn prizes before celebrating your reading success at some special end-of-summer parties.
Get ready for a visit by the South Jersey Hellhounds Quidditch Club as we highlight the differences between quidditch in the movies vs. the real world.
Celebrate the work of this talented singer and actress with selections from our catalog!
Paper bags are an invention that we take for granted in today's plastic-based society. In the late 1860's, flat-bottom bags were hard to come by because each bag had to be made by hand.
Local technology expert Sujit Pal will be coming to the Evesham and Bordentown libraries to lead Snap Circuit Programs.
Celebrate the value and contributions of libraries during National Library Week (April 10-16). This year’s theme is Libraries Transform.