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It's a Frozen Sing-Along!*

Sing along to one of your favorite movies! We’ll be screening Disney’s Frozen and invite kids of all ages to join in the musical fun. Feel free to dress up as your favorite Frozen character for this event!


Saturday, February 21

2 p.m.


*registration required

Conference Center, Lower Level







2015 Comic Con

Saturday, February 28


Join us for our 3rd Library-run Comic Con! Local comic shop vendors, artists' alley and a little bit of something for everyone.


Mighty Writers' Comics Madness Workshop*

(ages 10-14) 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.

*registration required

Conference Center, Lower Level


Superhero Obstacle Course

(best for ages 3-7) 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Craft Room, Upper Level


Special Superhero Appearance!

(all ages) 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.









Saturday Matinee: The Boxtrolls

Saturday, March 7

2 p.m.


Bring a snack and join us for a free showing of The Boxtrolls! All ages. No registration required.

Rated PG :: 100 min. :: 2014

Conference Center, Lower Level



Meet a Star Wars Character

Saturday, March 14

1 p.m. - 3 p.m.


Calling all Star Wars fans! Join us for a meet-and-greet event with the 501st Legion. Bring your camera and meet costumed characters from the Star Wars saga at this family-friendly event. All ages welcome!


Conference Center, Lower Level





See what our staff is reading this month!

See something you like? Click on the title to check the book's availability or call a Youth Services Librarian for assistance and more great recommendations! 856-903-1229.



Rain Reign by Ann M. Martin



I thoroughly enjoyed this story, told from the perspective of Rose. She is a fifth grader and considered to be highly functioning on the autism spectrum. Some of her favorite things are her dog, her ongoing list of homonyms, and her uncle. In the text, she includes homonyms as she is writing. She is very attached to her dog Rain (reign, rein) and is devastated when she is lost during a hurricane that hits her area very hard. Her uncle is very supportive and helps, especially when her father is less so. 


Reviewed by:  Kristin 





El Deafo by CeCe Bell


El Deafo is a semi-autobiographical graphic novel that follows a bunny, Cece, after a brief illness that resulted in loss of hearing.  Cece struggles with feeling isolated from her family and peers due to her deafness.  At times she indulges in fantasies where she is the superhero El Deafo and her hearing loss is actually her super power. 

Cece explains how alone she feels and the illustrations further accentuate the feeling of being in a bubble, separate from other people.  Attempts at inclusion by well intentioned but misguided peers increases Cece’s sense of alienation.  Cece learns how to bridge her isolation to make friends and eventually actually speak with her first crush.  Ultimately, her deafness is her super power and saves the day!


El Deafo was recently announced as a 2015 Newberry Honor Book!


Reviewed by: Candace






Amy Namey in Ace Reporter by Megan McDonald


Those of you looking for a Mercy Watson read alike, try the Judy Moody and Friend series.  A great new beginner chapter book series about Judy Moody.  In Amy Namey in Ace Reporter, Amy wants nothing more than to be a reporter just like her mother.  So with the help of her good friend Judy Moody, Amy sets out to find an above the fold type of story.  

Will Judy and Amy be able to stay out of trouble long enough to have a newspaper article published?  You will have to check out this new book to find out!


Reviewed by: Jacquie




support cherry hill public library!


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.