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Teen
YALSA Teen Top 10
Did you know that every year, teens like you in Grades 6-12 get to vote for their favorite new books? Every year, 15 library book clubs for teens from around the country are chosen to select a list of 25 books from the of the best books released in the past year.  Several of these...
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As the nation celebrates the life of Congressman John Lewis this week, Summit Free Public Library would like to make you aware that we have created lists of places to turn for information regarding race in America, especially for families. Please click any of the links below for more information: Books and eBooks on Race...
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2020 Summer Reading for LCJSMS and SHS Did you know that Summit Free Public Library has copies of your required summer reading books for Language Arts, English, and Social Studies?  They are currently on display in the Teen Room next to the new books.  In many cases, the library owns the physical print copy, audiobooks,...
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We are so happy to announce that the Summit Free Public Library’s Little Free Library has been installed at Investor’s Bank Field. It is located near the rest rooms and parking lot. The street address for Investor’s Bank Field is 70 Butler Parkway. Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization that inspires a love of...
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In honor of National Poetry Month, we held a haiku contest back in April. Participants were asked to create an original haiku poem about the Spring for the chance to win serious bragging rights! A haiku is a short un-rhymed poem having three lines containing five, seven and five syllables, respectively. Our judges took this...
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Our librarians are on call from Monday through Friday from 10 am – 4 pm. Do not hesitate to call us at 908-273-0350 extension 3 if you need help with anything, including: Info about Covid-19 Need help as an individual or business owner. Want to find ways to volunteer during this crisis. Want to find...
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Have your kids finished all of the books that you’ve checked out from the library before we closed?  Are you looking for more titles, but aren’t sure what to choose?  Let the Youth Services Librarians help you! Provide the librarians with helpful information, such as the books that your children have read, books your children...
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April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate, the Summit Free Public Library is hosting a haiku contest. Create an original haiku poem about the Spring for your chance to win serious bragging rights! A haiku is a short unrhymed poem having three lines containing five, seven and five syllables, respectively. Here’s an example: The...
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