In August 1962, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko introduced a new kind of hero: a character whose story and personal struggle was something that could resonate with everyone.
Wondering why we celebrate on the fourth day of July? Explore the facts with these library resources.
Did you know Burlington County is home to several threatened and endangered species?
Members of the Bordentown Library's Teen Advisory Board are proud to announce that they are the New Jersey state winners of the Collaborative Summer Library Program’s Teen Video Contest.
The Facts on File Encyclopedia of Health and Medicine defines yoga as “a 5,000-year-old practice originating from India that blends exercise and meditation”. Yoga uses breath control, which helps connect the mind, body and spirit. Types of yoga include Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa and many more.
Joss Whedon’s hit television series debuted on March 10, 1997 and follows the story of Buffy Summers, a valley girl cheerleader who is born with supernatural abilities to defend humanity against vampires, demons and other big bads.
Remember, remember it's the fifth of November and for lovers of intrigue and plot, today's a good reason for all fans of treason to come see what the library's got!
On September 15, more than 130 countries will participate in the Seventh Annual International Dot Day, a day that celebrates creativity and collaboration by challenging everyone to “make their mark.”
“Scooby-Doo Where Are You?” premiered on September 13, 1969 and it’s no mystery that 47 years later, the show continues to appeal to a wide range of audiences.
Stop by the library and borrow a museum pass to board the Battleship New Jersey, one of the most decorated vessels in U.S. history.