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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 three new 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 earbuds 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
Calendar of Events
April 7, 14 & 21
TIME FOR STORIES
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.
April 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30
READ, ROCK & RHYME
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.
YEAR-ROUND WORM COMPOSTING
Master composter and horticulturist Carol Quish, from the UConn Home &
Garden Education Center, will teach us about vermicomposting. That's the
term for using worms to compost food waste. You'll learn how to create
compost inside the home without odor or mess! Learn how through Carol's
PowerPoint presentation and study her functioning worm farm. This
program will enthrall all ages!
If you’re an animal lover, you’ll definitely want to make it to the
library for this wonderful live animal show. It’s always a surprise to
see which animals will arrive to educate and entertain us!