Read, read, read. — William Faulkner

One of the greatest gifts adults can give
—to their offspring and to their society—
is to read to children. — Carl Sagan

You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child. - Dr. Seuss

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Closed Sunday

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Fall Children's Programs at The Lambertville Library

Get Crafty – Tues., Nov 6, 2:00
– Stop by when school gets out early and make a fun fall craft.

Melted Crayon Art – Wed., Nov 7, 6:30 – Ages 10 and up – Using hot glue, hair dryers and our bottomless supply of crayons, create a fabulous art piece. Pizza will be served.

Stuffed Animal Sleepover – Thurs., Nov 8, 6:30-7:00 – Wear your PJs to the library for bedtime stories. Bring a stuffed animal who wants to stay for a sleepover with other stuffed friends that night. Come back on Friday any time after 10:00am to pick up your pal. Who knows what adventures they will get up to?!

Legos at the Library/Parent Portal Info Night – Wed,. Nov 14 - Help will be on hand in both English and Spanish for a quick tutorial to access report cards via the parent portal, from 6-6:30. Log in any time from the library's computer desktop. Lego night group build will be upstairs from 6:30-7:30

Music with the Birdhouse – Sat., Nov 24, 10:30 – For our youngest patrons, sing, dance, play, explore rhythms and music with our neighbors from the Birdhouse.

Get Crafty – Tues., Dec 4, 3:30 – Arts and craft fun the first Tuesday of the month!

A Practically Perfect Party – Sat., Dec 8, 1:00-3:00 – Celebrate the return of Mary Poppins to the screen with a lovely day at the library. Make chalk drawings, meet chimney sweeps and decorate kites. And we have all her books to check out too!

Legos at the Library – Wed., Dec 19, 6:30-7:30Take a sanity break and come by for some down time with Lego group build evening.

Wooden Train Day – Thurs., Dec 27All Day – The library's vast collection of wooden trains and track will be available for building and playing in the gallery throughout the day.

Drop in Craft – Fri., Dec 28, All DayCheck out some books and help yourself to a seasonal craft while you're here.

Mad Science Holiday Show – Sat., Dec 29, 11:00 – Meet Eggbert, the helper elf of science, see a snowman defrost in record time and find out how Jack Frost makes super breath. Finally, discover what a magical, mysterious rock from the North Pole is made of.

Bouncy Booktime – Story time for ages 0-4 every Tuesday at 10 and 11.

Hey manga fans – stop by and check out all our new titles.



Homework Helpers

  • Kids Tools
  • BJ Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
  • Fact Monster
  • Internet Public Library for Teens & Youth
  • Hang Out New Jersey
  • Pathfinders for Kids from the Camden Co. Library
  • New Jersey State Museum
  • New Jersey Children's Museum
  • Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
  • Scholastic's Justice by the People
  • Congress for Kids
  • Funbrain.com Kids Center

  •       Explore the world of the Warriors!
          Khan Academy Watch. Practice. Learn almost anything for free. With a library of over 3,000 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and 315 practice exercises, we're on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.
          Enjoy games and activities with your favorite Dr. Seuss characters
          Bob the Builder Based on the PBS TV show, this website features online games, videos, activities and printables. Learn about machines and construction.
          Enjoy games and activities with your favorite PBS characters
          Sesame Street Educational games, stories, and more with Sesame Street characters
          StoryPlaceThe Children's Digital Library, with a Pre-School Library, an Elementary Library, and Book Hive. Online activities, booklists, coloring sheets, all in one great site!
          Paint like Jackson Pollock Use your mouse to create fun abstract paintings!
          Build Your Wild Self Have fun building a wild self by selecting tails, mouths, bodies, hair and find out about the animals in the New York Zoos and Aquarium!
          Starfall Short stories that concentrate on a vowel or blend sound. By clicking on a word, help is given. Primarily designed for first grade, also useful for pre-kindergarten, Kindergarten and second grade.
          International Digital Children's™ Library Read books from around the world when you visit this website. Hundreds of books in twenty-nine different languages are available.
          Leading to Reading An early literacy website where young children discover the world of reading and grownups enjoy the journey. Young children can read, sing, play, and explore a variety of subjects and books. Also available in Spanish.
          Nickelodeon Based on theTV show, this website features online games, videos, and activities.
          PEEP and The Big Wide World This web companion to the Canadian TV production shown on The Learning Channel and Discovery Kids' channel presents a baby chick and friends who invite preschoolers into the wonderful world of science.
          World of Victor Have fun with Victor, a toddler on the move. There are lots of games and sounds to play with, including puzzles, music, coloring, and mixed-up animals. Available in English, Japanese, Spanish, and French.
          StoryBlocks Children get ready to read long before they start Kindergarten. You can help by singing, talking, and playing with the children in your care. Watch our videos to learn fun songs and rhymes, and how they help build readers!
    Other Great Kids Sites
    Kids Tools
    BJ Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
    Fact Monster
    Internet Public Library for Teens & Youth
    Hang Out New Jersey
    Pathfinders for Kids from the Camden Co. Library
    New Jersey State Museum
    New Jersey Children's Museum
    Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
    Scholastic's Justice by the People
    Congress for Kids
    Funbrain.com Kids Center



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