Kid’s Corner

Looking for Online Resources while the Schools and the Library are closed? Try some of these!

ABC Mouse – Digital Learning games, activities, and more.

EPIC – Digital books, learning games, puzzles, and more.

Exploratorium – Museum website with science and social studies videos

Liberty Science Center – A collection of lesson plans and learning activities for parents and educators of all ages

Music Tech Teacher – Practice learning music and music theory

MyCapstoneLibrary – Free Trial of Capstone Online Digital Library (Username & password: njtrial20)

RAZ Kids – Digital books, Level Reading resources (login required)

Scholastic – Lesson Plans and Reading Practice offered during School Closure Period

Starfall – Interactive videos and learning tools

Scratch Jr. – Coding practice

Unite for Literacy – Digital books, nonfiction, bilingual options

VOOK – Animated storybooks, similar to TumbleBooks

WorkSheetsWorks – Printable worksheets to practice skills

*Don’t forget to follow the many Zoos, Aquariums, and Museums around the country for fun and educational videos, challenges, and more. 


Children’s Authors Offering Storytimes and Other Video Services

Mac Barnett – Author of “Triangle,” “Circle,” “Square,”  & “Extra Yarn” – Live Reading Daily 3:00PM

Dan Gutman – Readings from his newest My Weird School Book, March 16th (posted on his Facebook page)

Oliver Jeffers – Daily book reading at 2:00PM

Tara Lazar – Author of “7 Ate 9,” Morris County Author -Daily Readings, Writing Tips, and more at 12:00PM

Todd Parr – Ongoing readings of his books on his YouTube channel

Peter Reynolds – “The Dot,” “Ish,” “Be You” –  Readings around 12:00PM each day.

*Many celebrities are also sharing stories online.  Find them on their Instagram and Twitter pages or by following the hashtags #operationstorytime or #savewithstories.



Welcome to the Children’s Webpage!

To find out about our Storytimes, click here.        For Children’s events, visit our programs page.

New Books! 

Looking for help finding your Guided Reading Level? Try these resources!

BookWizard – Scholastic tool for finding the level of a book

 For a Guided Reading List from Ms. Kate, click here.

For more resources, visit our Homework Help page!


To learn more about our 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten Program,

 Click here.

Click for Storytime Info                Click for Children’s Program Info

Do you have an iPod, Kindle Fire, or other tablet? Try Tumblebooks!



Download eBooks and Audiobooks from the Cloud Library. Check out their collection of children’s books by clicking below.

Cloud Library