1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
A fun challenge to read 1000 books to your child before kindergarten! It's never too early to start fostering a love of reading.
Personal Care Corner
The NJWTPL Personal Care Corner is a collection of hygiene and personal care items that you may be running low or short on. We have things like toothbrushes, deodorant, shampoo, soap, diapers, and period products.
We run children's programs throughout the year, for ages 18 months to 5 years old.
Our summer program is at an end, but stay tuned for an announcement about our next round of programming!
We are HIRING!
We are looking to hire a Children's Librarian/ Head Clerk. If you are interested in joining our staff click on the button below to see the job description and how to apply!
Mon - Thur: 10am - 7pm
Fri: 10am - 6pm
Sat: 10am - 3pm
Current Library Programs
Breakout Boxes gamifies learning to create an engaging and empowering experience for students of all grade levels. Standard-aligned games challenge players to apply their content knowledge in a collaborative way. Uncovering clues alongside their peers creates an engaging and enriching adventure that successfully unlocks the love of learning! Call the Library and talk to Jennifer Abbey or Kelsie Purcell to set up a program at the library or classroom!
Wanting something to do after school? Look no further than our Dungeons and Dragons program for teens! Hosted by Sean Johnson (Pastor of UMC North Judson and awesome Game Master for D&D), the teens that come always have an amazing evening of fun, laughing, and socializing with the other players!
The program is currently on hiatus for the summer. Check back for more information once the school year begins!
We host a Canvas Painting Class! The class is the 3rd Wednesday of every month and costs $5 a person. There are only 20 seats available, so sign up quickly! Sign-ups start at the beginning of the month. Children 6 and up are welcome.
We run children's programming throughout the year. There are two age groups: 18 months to 3 years and 3 to 5 year olds. During these programs, you can expect to read books, sing songs, do sensory activities, play, watch a fun or educational short video, and do crafts. Information about the current programs can be found on our website, our Facebook Page, or you can call the library and speak to Jennifer Abbey.