The Library Shredding Fundraiser will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 9-12 sharp. Still only $5 a box. Rain or Shine! Please stop by the library at 77 Glenbrook Road and bring your items to be shredded by Security Shredding.
Posts by :
Our annual fundraising appeal letter has been sent out. Please join the Morris Plains Library Association today. Every gift, no matter the size, makes a difference. We rely on you for much of our support. Please also consider asking if your Employer has a matching gift program.
If you wish to donate used books to the Library, please contact the staff first. Because of our space limitations and our collection policies, we cannot accept every donated book. We only accept books that are in clean, undamaged, unmarked condition. We do not accept used paperbacks. Books that we cannot use in our collection will be donated to other charitable organizations, put in our “free book” case, or discarded.
Steve’s Crafting Corner was dedicated on Saturday, July 28, 2018 in memory of our friend, Steven Storgion. Steve worked at the Library for over 11 years. In addition to his library work, Steve was a very accomplished artist. The Library has added a collection of art books for children to encourage new artists.
Check out these new books!
Braced – Alyson Gerber
When twelve-year-old Rachel learns that her scoliosis has worsened and she will have to wear a back brace she is devastated.
Hello, Universe – Erin Entrada Kelly
Lives of four misfits are intertwined when a bully’s prank lands shy Virgil at the bottom of a well and Valencia, Kaori, and Ger band together in an epic quest to find and rescue him.
The Serpent’s Secret – Sayantani DasGupta
Up until her twelfth birthday, Kiranmala considers herself an ordinary sixth-grader in Parsippany, NJ, but then her parents disappear and a drooling rakkhosh demon shows up in her kitchen.
From Hero to Zero – James Patterson
Rafe Khatchadorian takes his trouble making ways across the pond and gets lost in London!
Surrender the Key – D.J. MacHale
After he begins to see apparitions, Marcus O’Mara learns of his connection to a curse and, following clues from a ghost, discovers a locked door behind which lie the unfinished stories of the dead– and only he has the key.