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What's New: For Adults
What's New: For Children
What's New: For Teens
Link to new Children's materials is now located on the
The Library has subscribed to four Scholastic reading programs that
you and your child can access from home using your JTL library card.
They will also be available on patron computers at the Library. You will
need to use ear buds to listen to the programs while at the Library. You
may bring your own, or you can purchase a pair from the Library for a
small fee. We hope you enjoy these programs.
is an online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks from
Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to build a
love of reading and learning. This engaging resource for children in
grades Pre-K – 3 will help early readers develop and practice essential
reading skills and introduces students to a world of knowledge and
allows students to graduate from “learning to read” to “reading to
learn” and master content area knowledge in science and social studies.
FreedomFlix features dynamic e-books of the
Children’s Press best-selling Cornerstones of Freedom series that
include embedded popup features such as maps, timelines, virtual tour
clips, primary source videos and audio clips that makes history come to
ScienceFlix is transforming the way students access science topics,
acquire scientific knowledge, and build a lasting interest in science,
technology and engineering. Curriculum-driven leveled content is
integrated with interactive features and intuitive navigation in this
highly engaging mobile-ready science resource. With its emphasis on the
latest STEM thinking and the Next Generation Science Standards,
ScienceFlix provides students with a better understanding of science
concepts and ideas through hands-on projects, videos, multiple text
types and so much more.
SCIENCEFLIX is now available!
Calendar of Events
Dec. 1, 8, 15 & 29.
TIME FOR STORIES
Twos & Threes
This early literacy program will offer age-appropriate activities for
participants and for those transitioning from our Read, Rock and Rhyme
Please join us for stories, rhymes, finger plays, music and more.
Dec. 3, 10, 17 & 31.
READ, ROCK & RHYME
Birth to 24 months
Read, Rock and Rhyme is fashioned after the Mother Goose on the Loose
program that integrates the latest research in early literacy and infant
brain development with traditional story time elements. Join us as we
share books, rhymes, musical instruments, songs, movement, flannel board
tales, puppets, finger plays and more.
Dec. 2 & 30
STORIES & MORE
Ages 4 and up.
Join us for stories, songs, rhymes and a short book-based film or
Dec. 4 at 6:30
HORIZON WINGS PRESENTS: BIRDS OF PREY
Do you know which
features all raptors have in common? We will find out when we’re visited
by a hawk, an owl, a falcon and a bald eagle. Learn their individual
stories as well as the characteristics and behaviors of each species
Dec. 6 at
DROP-IN HOLIDAY CRAFT
Stop by between 10 - 12:30 to make this cute Owl
MOVIE: POLAR EXPRESS
Head to the Library to
enjoy this holiday classic!
Ages 7 and up. Adult & Tween help will be needed!
PIPE CLEANER PETS
Inspiration for this
program came from seeing Boutique-Sha's new
book Making Pipe Cleaner Pets. She offers instructions for
creating 23 different dog breeds out of pipe cleaners, but we'll only
tackle a few. The book will be in our collection after the workshop, so
you'll want to check it out!
Kids and adults alike will enjoy making these
Dec. 30 at 2:00
WINTER MUSIC & MOVEMENT CONCERT FOR KIDS
Presented by: TURTLE DANCE MUSIC
Turtle Dance Music has a unique style for working with
children. We love people who march to the beat of their own drum. Our
flagship program which has been hailed as 'fantastic", "fun", "turtle-iffic!"
and "the best show we have ever had" is the Inclusive Music and Movement
Concert For Kids! a humorous and animated performance that appeals to
children as well as families! The show is incredibly funny and parents
have said things like, "My five-year-old loved the show at the Lebanon
Fair. She never stopped laughing." The show is also designed to be
accessible for children and teens with special needs. We have developed
all of the activities and techniques in the program based on research
from the Autism Intervention and Early Childhood Development Program at
Montclair State University and from ideas and schools of thought from
New York University, Columbia University and Montclair State University.
Turtle Dance Music leads the audience through songs that span many
genres and decades while accompanying them with hands-on, visual, and
sensory experiences that children can take part in. We use several
different instruments that children can try out including: Acoustic
guitars, Banjo, Technology, Viola, Bass, Saxaphone, Harmonicas, Electric
Violin, Didgeridoo & many more!