Children's Department
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Ask the librarian
Study  Stuff
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Our programs
Program flyer

MCL feature films (15pp)
& children's non-fiction
Parenting books on order
NJ ParentLink
Download audiobooks
(Use My Account/M.A.I.N.)
For the family:
County Parks calendar
Audiobooks (old classics)

New Jersey history sources
Endangered species
The 21 counties of NJ
L: World Atlas (L = log in with 13 numbers on library card)
L: Curriculum Resource Center (log in)
L: Science Online (log in)
Lenni Lenape--learn about the people who lived here first
Could you run NJ?!--how our government works
Family learning
NJ Education Assn For Parents
NJ Dept Education

...& everything else
About Authors: book reviews & biographies
Ask Dr. Math, from Drexel
The Food Timeline--food origins and historic recipes
KidsClick!--homework help AND fun stuff to do
Internet Public Library--excellent collection of links for young learners.
Great stuff on the US Presidents
Carmen Cents, lessons in money from at the FDIC Learning Bank
Maps from National Geographic--be sure to click on Printable Map before you print
Historic events and birthdates
Great Sites...sponsored by the American Library Association
Library databases--magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias & more!
Reading Lists
Greek print & media collection
Reading is Fundamental (RIF)
Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC)
Summer Reading and Learning for Children
All ALSC lists
NoveList--find fiction by author, series, plot, and reading level
Send us your mailing address if you'd like a packet of our Great Reads lists
See also School & Learning, from
& study tips/worksheets from NJ Ed Assn
Fun & games
Animal Cams!: from the National Zoo
Come Home to Little House (Laura Ingalls Wilder) .
Crayola Games Page .
Disney fun & games
FEMA Ready Fun & Games">Fun & Games
Guys Read Jon Scieszka suggests books for boys .
Little Explorers which letter of the alphabet will lead to what words and pictures? .
PBS Kids all the television shows with games and coloring .
Paper Flower Garden grow flowers on the computer! Print and color when you are grown.
My Pyramid the food education game .
Rubik's cubes--fun & puzzles
Space Weather When is the next meteor shower? can you see sun spots? .
Thomas the Tank Engine Stories, games, and fun
World's Largest Roadside Attraction "largest" things...largest cow, catsup bottle, cuckoo clock ...
Sounds to hear
Audiobooks, from Aesop to ...
Travel & language--learn a new word, in many different languages! every day
Classics for Kids: a media guide
Greetings in 55 languages were shot into space!
Say Hello to the World!--Listen to "hello" in over 30 languages.
Whale song
Activities & museums
You can borrow passes to 4 local museums, from the library:
Craftsman Farms, Early Trades and Crafts, Macculloch Hall and Morris Museum

Ayres Knuth Farm, Denville
County Parks activities calendar
(Baby & Me hikes, ice skating camp, etc.)
Planetarium @CCM
Mennen Arena (ice skating)
Morris Museum
Early Trades & Crafts Museum, Madison
Mommy & Me
West Morris YMCA
Madison Area YMCA
Aviation Hall of Fame & Musuem
Lakota Wolf Preserve, Warren County
The genius of Thomas Edison--papers, inventions & more
Liberty Science Center--scout troops can sleep here overnight!
NJ Nature Conservancy (Chester)--hikes and outdoor programs
Franklin Institute--Philly, well worth the day trip
American Museum of Natural History--NYC, a classic
The Exploratorium--San Francisco, excellent online exhibits
How Stuff Works--everything from pop rocks to microwaves

serves not only children and their parents, but also teachers, librarians, authors, illustrators and editors. Our collection includes large type juvenile books, read alongs, CDs, books on tape and a very popular Professional and Parenting (PROP) collection. We answered nearly 13,000 reference questions last year and welcomed 2,900 people to our programs.

Questions about our department or programs? Contact Princess Thomas, supervisor. If you have a homework or reference question, drop us a note or call (973) 285-6980

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27 June 2014