Don't forget that every Friday afternoon the library offers classic movies for free in our meeting room. The movie starts at 2:00 each week and refreshments are served. Check the Classic Movie Fridays page for upcoming films.
Classic Movie Fridays
Children's librarian Anna attended a BCCLS Joint Committee meeting, which discussed standards for acquiring picture eBooks. This is still a sticky area of publishing because publishers do not always ePublish picture books as they were meant to be viewed (ie, eReaders display one page at a time, rather than a two-page spread). What are your thoughts on picture eBooks? We would love to hear from you.
Museum Pass Program
The library will acquire passes to the American Museum of Natural History. Please stay tuned for more details.
Tenemos un nuevo proveedor de proporcionar libros de nuestros hijos españoles. Este nuevo proveedor tiene una amplia gama de libros publicados en español. Damos la bienvenida a sus sugerencias para nuevos títulos.
We have a new vendor providing our Spanish children's books. This new vendor has a wide array of books published in Spanish. We welcome your suggestions for new titles.
Geometric String Art
We had a great time today in Mrs. DiLascio's Geometric String Art class! This craft took a bit on concentration and was surprisingly relaxing.
Summer Program Calendars Available
Summer programming calendars are out! Please check the Children's & Teen Events and Yoga for Young Adults pages for more information. Sign up for the summer reading program will begin Monday, July 8.
Children's Librarian Anna Coats led 4 panels at BooksNJ, which was held at Paramus Public Library. BooksNJ featured 80+ authors for all ages and from all genres, readings, panel discussions, storytelling, facepainting and crafts for kids, book sales and signings. It was a wonderful Sunday family event. We look forward to seeing you at BooksNJ again next year!
Director Kenneth French and Children's Librarian Anna Coats attended the New Jersey Library Association (NJLA) Conference, which was held in Atlantic City.
Ken attended programs on eBooks and New Jersey libraries, services for Spanish speakers, building video game collections, and planning for the Library's expansion.
Anna co-chaired the panel discussion "Conversation Starter: How to Handle Difficult Behavior in the Children's Area" and held the poster session REFORMA: The National Association to Promote Library & Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish Speaking. Anna also got a copy of Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel autographed by Jeff Kinney. Teens: stay tuned for details on how to win this book this summer.
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