B.B. King was a talented artist who defined the genre of Blues for many fans and musicians. King's music remained on top music charts for nearly four decades and he won 15 Grammy Awards, a Lifetime Achievement award, and was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as well as the Blues Hall of Fame.
Who knows the most about football? Challenge yourself, friends & family!
Each year, we look back at the top circulating items throughout the system. It's an exciting way to see what people have been reading & watching over the past 365 days!
Last night, the library brought Stop Motion Animation to the BCLS kiosk at the Moorestown Mall! Several creative kids made videos while others learned the techniques and watched the magic happen. This time, we demonstrated the basics of animation using hand-drawn illustrations!
In 1977, George Lucas released his first film in a series that took place in a galaxy far, far away and launched a franchise of astronomical proportions!
In 1993, Michael Crichton released his novel about a disastrous attempt to create a theme park of cloned dinosaurs. Over twenty years later, we're still lost in one of the many fantastical worlds he created with his words.
Pixar and Aardman studios may have a few new animators to watch out for! The Burlington County Library invited kids and parents to learn the basics of claymation animation and create short, looping videos of their own during yesterday's program!
Banned Books Week is a celebration of your freedom to read whatever you want! Authors, publishers, libraries, teachers and more take time this week to acknowledge the books that have been banned across the world and encourage readers to pick up a copy. In this blog, we highlight the top ten banned books of 2013 (all available in our collection)!
Everyone loves Friday, it's the ending of a work week and the start to another wonderful weekend! If you're looking to kick-back and relax any day of the week, pretending that it's Friday doesn't hurt either. Whether you're looking for a funny book, something new to cook, or even a horror movie...Friday is at your library!
The summer can feel like a movie overload. It can start to feel as if you're required to see all of the sequels, new releases, animated tales and reboots released week after week. Honestly, there are just too many to keep up with and that's one reason to look back through the catalog of over 70,000 movies available to borrow for free, from the library!