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Dia! International Celebration

Saturday, April 26

2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.


Join us for a Dia! celebration with stories, foods, and crafts from countries around the world!



Enjoy a performance by The Estilo Ladies Team of Philadelphia's Estilo Dance Studio!





No registration required

Lower Level, Conference Center











Click here for more info!




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Check It Out: Busy Bags!

Come up to Youth Services to check out our new Busy Bags! These provide a variety of early literacy activities designed to keep your toddler or preschooler learning and having fun. Busy Bags check out for 2 weeks with a limit of 2 per card.


Sensory Saturday

Ths story time, open to all children, is especially designed for children on the autism spectrum. Using a visual schedule to guide us, we will focus on structured activities, including interactive stories, movement, songs, and sensory fun. Recommended for children up to age 8 with a parent or caregiver.


*NEW* Sensory Saturday will now end with a craft or tactile activity.


Join us on Saturday, June 7 from 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. Registration will open on May 15.


Early Literacy Calendar: Sing...Make...Read!

Help your child get ready to read! Print out April's Early Literacy Calendar and do the activity of the day!


App of the Month: April

Click here for our latest App of the Month, reviewed just for you by our Children's Librarian.



April's Pick: Going Places 2

April Book Buzz

Each month our librarians review great books and then give you their best book recommendations.


Click here to see this month's feature titles!



support cherry hill public library!






Are you looking for a way to get rid of unused toys while also getting in some charitable giving?


The Youth Services department is looking for donations of new or gently used Full-Sized Historical American Girl Dolls to start an educational circulating collection of dolls that would encourage an interest in local history. 


Once acquired, the dolls will be bundled with accompanying American Girl doll books as well as historical information about Cherry Hill and New Jersey during a particular era.


We have a particular interest in the Rebecca, Addy and Julie dolls. Dolls can be brought to the Youth Services Department or shipped to:


Cherry Hill Public Library
1100 Kings Hwy North
Cherry Hill, NJ, 08034
Attn: Youth Services


Help us bring history alive by donating a doll! 

Youth Art Tiles

Support your Library and receive a permanent spot in the Library's Youth Services Department. Purchase a personalized, hand-crafted tile for your child, or a loved one.


$75 Each

Makes a great gift!




Click here for an order form or call 856-903-1207 for more information.



  Help CHPL grow its collection and develop new programs & services! Support the library by purchasing a book or program item from our Amazon Wishlist and select the option to have it shipped directly to the library. It's so easy!