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Special Access to Ancestry: Friday, March 27

Ancestry​ is now available to all SCLSNJ digital library card holders at home through April 30, 2020. I don't know about you, but I have always wanted to learn more about my family tree - about where my grandparents came from, how they made a living, and most importantly, if I am related to ... read more about Special Access to Ancestry: Friday, March 27

Recommended Reads: Thursday, March 26

Looking for your next great read or listen? Explore for librarian-curated recommendations and updates about e-books, e-audiobooks, and some other fun stuff available to you while you're safe at home. Links for finding your next great read:Library ReadsBooks librarians across the country recommend and love.NextReads NewslettersReceive an email newsletter containing an annotated list of new books ... read more about Recommended Reads: Thursday, March 26

#WeCountWednesday: Wednesday, March 25

The goal of the U.S. Census Bureau is to count every person living in the United States, once, only once, and in the right place. #BeSafeAtHome and respond online today at When responding online you will be prompted to enter your unique Census ID which can be found on the Census Bureau invitation letter sent to every residence ... read more about #WeCountWednesday: Wednesday, March 25

Dial-a-Story: Tuesday, March 24

This week's Dial-a-Story is "Interrupting Chicken" written by David Ezra Stein and read by Christine Jansen, SCLSNJ's manager of youth services programming and collaborations. Call (908) 458.8409 to listen now. DID YOU KNOW: The more words a child hears at home, the more words they will understand and speak at school. Explore ReadyRosie at for short videos in ... read more about Dial-a-Story: Tuesday, March 24

#MythbustingMonday: Monday, March 23

In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, myths frequently spread online due to poorly researched misinformation, entrenched confirmation bias, and malicious disinformation campaigns. Help combat what the World Health Organization (WHO) has deemed an infodemic by being discerning of information sources at our disposal. Trusted sources include: WHO: CDC: State and local health departments: ... read more about #MythbustingMonday: Monday, March 23

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