Whether you’re participating in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) or writing at your own pace, writing is a solitary and, at times, [Read more…] about Books and Other Resources for Writers
If you have a smartphone, you might rely on voice command apps like Siri and Google Now to make your life easier. Ok Google, text John [Read more…] about Please Stop Tracking My Every Internet Move
More than 80 million Americans are searching for information about their ancestors. If you’d like to join them, and learn [Read more…] about Discover Your Family History
The winners of our Not Just a Lemonade Stand Contest were recently honored at a party held at our Yardley-Makefield branch. [Read more…] about Not Just a Lemonade Stand Contest Winners Honored
Children are naturally active, but like adults, they’ll move more if they’re having fun doing it. If you’d like to encourage your child to get physically [Read more…] about Roar like a Lion, Jump like a Frog
It happens all too often. You open the fridge looking for something to eat, reach into the back of a shelf, pull something forward, and [Read more…] about If an Egg Floats, Toss It & Other Helpful Hints
If you’re ready to get your driver’s permit, you’re excited and nervous. You can’t wait to get behind the wheel, but you’re worried that you won’t pass [Read more…] about You Don’t Have to Fail Your Driver’s Test!
Over 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, many of them being cared for by family members and friends. In Pennsylvania, there are [Read more…] about New: Memory Care Bags for Alzheimer’s Patients
Congratulations to Allison Templeton of Yardley, who was named 2nd Place Grand Prize Winner and Pennsylvania State Winner in the “A Book [Read more…] about Yardley Student is 2nd Place Grand Prize Winner in Library of Congress Essay Contest
It’s back-to-school time, and if we could, we’d give you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils to celebrate. [Read more…] about Back to School? These Student Resources Can Help.