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NJ State Library Talking Book & Braille Center Dedicates its Wall of Recognition

On Saturday, June 1, 2013, the NJ State Library Talking Book & Braille Center dedicated its Wall of Recognition. First two honorees were Congressman Rush Holt and the Grounds for Sculpture.

NJ State Library Talking Book & Braille Center Project Brings NJ Authors to Audiobooks

When it comes to finding alternatives to meeting their customers’ needs, the New Jersey State Library Talking Book and Braille Center explores every option. Such was the case when one of their patrons, Elizabeth Heap, suggested to her friend Richard Muti that the book he co-authored with Charles Buckley, “The Charmer,” be made into an audio book by the National Library Service for the Blind.

Wrestlemania XXIX Reading Challenge - Register Your Library by November 2

WrestleMania 29 is coming to New Jersey and the New Jersey State Library and the folks who operate MetLife Stadium & the IZOD Center would like to see a New Jersey winner in the WrestleMania Reading Challenge.

Join Us and Be Counted! Take a “Snapshot” of Your Library on October 24

Get ready to take a “snapshot” of your library on Wednesday, October 24, 2012, for the Fourth Annual Library Snapshot Day across New Jersey, sponsored by the NJ State Library and NJ Library Association.

State Librarian Mary Chute meets Samson the Wolf at East Brunswick Library

The wolves of Howling Woods Farm are a popular attraction to visitors at their Jackson Township, NJ site - a 10 acre forest in the Pinelands National Reserve, about 3 miles away from Six Flags Great Adventure.  Visitors may see the wolves by appointment on most weekend afternoons, but occasionally, the wolves make an appointment to see people in their native habitat, such as a li

Assemblywoman Angelini Reads at the Tinton Falls Library's Summer Reading Program

On July 18, Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini visited the Tinton Falls Public Library Vacation Reading Club to read a story to the children who attended the program "Critters of the Night".

Senator Kean Visits Kenilworth Public Library's Summer Reading Story Time

NJ State Senator Thomas H. Kean, Jr. dropped in to check out the Summer Reading Program at the Kenilworth Public Library on Thursday, July 19 at 11 a.m.

Auto-Graphics Selected to Continue to Provide JerseyCat Interlibrary Loan Services

The New Jersey State Library has signed an agreement with Auto-Graphics to continue to provide the interlibrary loan services that support the JerseyCat interlibrary loan system.

New Jersey Schools and Libraries Raise Funds for Refugee Camp Library

On World Refugee Day, June 20,  the Book Wish Foundation announced that booklovers from across New Jersey pledged their support for Darfuri refugees' literacy by raising nearly $4,000 towards developing libraries in Darfuri refugee camps in Chad!

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