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Announcing...Miss Humblebee's Academy!

Miss Humblebee’s Academy prepares your three to six year old child for success in kindergarten and beyond! This interactive online learning program provides hundreds of lessons developed based on standards from the U.S. Department of Education, Head Start, and more. Children are guided toward kindergarten proficiency while completing fun activities that introduce key concepts in math, science and social studies, language and literacy, art, and music. Sound cues allow children to work independently while assessments and progress reports measure improvements and allow you to track learning. Best of all, Miss Humblebee’s Academy is accessible on computers and tablets at home or on the go, making learning possible anytime and anywhere!


FREE with your Cherry Hill Public Library Card!








Join us for a night of fun with New York Times bestselling author Wendy Mass as she talks about her work and the process of her writing. Then meet her and get your book signed!


Monday, June 6

7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


Space is limited, registration required. Click here to register.





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.




The Fairy Ring or Elsie and Frances Fool the World

 by Mary Losure


This is a true story about a young girl named Frances, who begins living with her cousin Elsie after her father leaves for the war. Since she is living in a new place, Frances spends her time exploring.  One day when she is down by the beck (a stream) Frances sees a small fairy. She can hardly believe it, but there it is and then she sees more. She finally tells her family and, they think she is crazy, but not Elsie. For years to follow, Elsie and Frances tell everyone they really did see fairies and even take pictures of them! This is a very nice story, especially for girls. (J Fiction)


Reviewed by: Kristin





The Adoration of Jenna Fox

 by Mary E. Pearson


Jenna Fox awakens from a year long comma. She doesn't remember the accident, she doesn't remember her life, and she doesn't remember who she is. In her search for her identity she discovers that her parents may have engaged in unethical practices in their desperation to save their daughter. An intriguing mystery about what makes a person a person and the power of love. (Y Fiction)


Reviewed by: Candace















The Madman of Piney Woods

by Christopher Paul Curtis


Benji  and Red aren't friends; in fact, they've never even met. But they've both heard of a mysterious wild man who lives in the woods, and they've both been told to stay far away from him. When a chance encounter brings them together, Benji and Red begin a reluctant friendship and learn the true story of the Madman of Piney Woods. Christopher Paul Curtis has created another captivating and thought-provoking story set in the world of Elijah of Buxton. (J Fiction)


Reviewed by: Melissa