Mon-Thurs: 10am-8:30pm
Fri-Sun: 10am-5pm


Welcome to the Children's Page

The Children’s Room at the Plainsboro Public Library offers a vast array of exciting programs and services for kids of all ages. Please come in for a visit-- we’d love to help you find the perfect book.

See for yourself why many people say we’re not like any other library they’ve ever seen!




Moving Stories with Miss Debra on Mondays at 11
Join dancer and movement specialist, Debra Orenstein for a magical hour of stories, music, and movement!  All ages.  

Little Critters with Miss Colleen on Tuesdays at 11
Get ready to hear some wonderful nature stories and make some treats for our feathered and furry friends! All ages.

Let’s Pretend on Wednesdays at 11 (3/18 and 3/25 only)
Kids of all ages are invited to come and hear some delightful stories and let your imagination run wild! 

Lapsit Time on Thursdays at 11
Songs rhymes, dancing, and stories are sure to delight babies and toddlers ages 0-30 months with their caregivers!

Saturday Stories on Saturdays at 11
Start your weekend off right with wonderful stories for kids of all ages.

Read, Sing, Play & Explore with Miss Liv on Saturday, March 14 at 11
STEAM based Storytime for all toddlers and school age kids.
(What is STEAMS:Science T:Technoglogy E: Engineering A: Arts M: Mathematics)

Sunday Fun Day! at 11
Join Miss Miss Meaghan or Miss Tara for Sunday morning stories and fun! All ages.


Afternoon & Evening Programs

No Registration Required

Musical Stories with Miss Emily on Wednesday Evenings at 7
Emily Vorp and accompanist Bill Bauer are here to delight one and all with sing-along songs and stories for all ages!  

Science Adventures with Miss Meaghan on Thursday, March 5 at 7
Stories, experiments, and exploration galore!  For ages 4 and up.

Why There Are Flowers Stories and a Craft on Tuesday, March 10 at 4:30pm
Celebrate the end of winter with stories about what flowers do and then make your own colorful paper flowers. All ages. Children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Family LEGO Time on Wednesday,  March 11 at 4:30pm
We’ll provide the LEGOs, you provide the fun!  Ages 4 & up with parent/caregiver.    

Pi Day Celebration on Saturday, March 14 from 1-3 pm
Help us celebrate Pi Day and Einstein's Birthday as well!  Drop in and join us in pi-related activities.  All ages. Children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Afternoon & Evening ProgramsAfternoon & Evening Programs

Registration Required

Bedtime Math Crazy 8s Club: Bouncy Dice Explosion on Thursday, March 12 at 7pm
Join Miss Liv for a Bouncy Dice Explosion: Your big chance to throw things because you’re supposed to. Find out your chances of rolling a 2 or a 5, then, try to be the winning chip on a giant human Bingo board. Grades K-2.
Online registration begins on Sunday, March 1. 

Book & Film Club on Mondays, March 16-30 at 6pm
Join Miss Colleen on Monday evenings to read aloud Because of Winn Dixie by Kate DiCamillo. We will watch the film on our last day.  Grades 3-5.
Online registration begins on Tuesday, March 3.

Explore….Extreme Weather! on Wednesday, March 18 from 4-5:30pm
Learn how to use the library's databases and resources to conduct research on "Extreme Weather". You will need to find answers to the questions that you are given, and we will then discuss our favorite researching methods.  Grades 3-5.
Online registration begins on Monday, March 2. 

B&C Book Club on Thursday, March 26 at 7pm
Join Meaghan for a discussion of
The Alchemyst  by Michael Scott. Please read the book and bring your copy with you. Limited copies will be available at the Reference Desk on the 2nd floor. Grades 6 & up.
Online registration begins Thursday, March 5.

Sunday Book Group on March 29 at 1 pm
This month we will discuss Into the Wild  by Erin Hunter (Warriors Series Book 1) Please read the book and bring your copy with you. Limited copies will be available at the Reference Desk on the 2nd floor.  Grades 4 & up.
Online registration begins Sunday, March 1.

Please visit our calendar to register.

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