Join us for…
Spring Break @ the Library

Monday, April 10th @ 10am-1pm: Imagination Playground. Imagine, design and build with our Big Blue Blocks, all ages welcome.

Tuesday, April 11th @11:00am-12:30pm: String of Beads. Hear a story and make your own string of beads. For ages 5-10. Call ahead or stop by to sign up.

Wednesday, April 12th
Lego Day:
Come play with our huge Lego collection!
10:30am-12:30pm: Lego Duplo for ages 4 – 7
1:00pm-3:00pm: ages 8-12

Teddy Bear Sleepover @3:45-4:30. Bring your favorite teddy bear or other stuffed friend to the library to hear stories, put your friend to bed to spend the night in the library! Come back on Thursday morning to wake your bear up and share some snacks.

Teddy Bear Pickup on Thursday, April 13th @ 11am-12pm Pick up your teddy bear from its sleepover. Stories & snacks,

Online Resources

The award-winning curriculum is designed to help young children (ages 2-6+) build a strong foundation for future academic success. It’s 100% educational, with 3,500+ learning activities across all major subject areas—reading, math, science, social studies, art, and music.
Best of all, kids love it.
And it’s free to use in this library!

From Age of Learning, Inc.

Kids’ Site of the Month
April 2017

BaseballRox: It’s Baseball Season! This site is for anyone who loves baseball or wants to learn more about the game. Videos provide coaching instruction and tips for all aspects of the game. Baseball related links (quotes, video game reviews, players, etc.) and online games such as Guess the Stadium provide more depth for the true baseball fan

…and check out a few other Great Sites for and about Kids:


Teen or Young Adult Volunteers Needed in the Children’s Dept.

Help is needed preparing crafts & activities for upcoming Storytimes & Children’s Programs. The hours are 10:30 am- 12:30 pm on the following days:
April 8th
May 13th
June 10th
Call or stop in the Children’s Department & speak to Ms. Staub (908) 322-4377.

Summer Reading Club

Keep an eye out for the start of our Summer Reading Program: Build a Better World  Hear what award-winning author and Summer Reading Champion Kwame Alexander has to say about summer!

Keep an Eye on Our Guinea Pigs!

Click here to be a Guinea Pig Volunteer Family of the Month!


BROWNIE BEATRIX SQUIGGLY (the big one) joined the FML family in the spring of 2011. The new babies arrived in July of 2015 and are named CINNAMON SUGAR PANCAKE (the brown one) and COCONUT MARSHMALLOW CUPCAKE (the white and tan one).

They are all girls and like to snack on all sorts of healthy things like Italian parsley, green beans, dark lettuce, spinach, carrots and carrot tops, and apples that people bring them. Please no celery or peppers.

Children’s Dept. Staff

Susan Staub
Danielle Hirschhorn
Anita Wallden
Meredith Scheiner