BOREDOM BUSTER for teens & ‘tweens

Computational Fairy Tales! Computer science concepts as told through fairy tales. Includes over 70 stories written for a variety of audiences, from those with absolutely no programming experience to those with significant computer science backgrounds (By Jeremy Kubica, a Software Engineer at Google).

Also suitable for kids & adults who want to learn about programming!

Guide to Free Streaming Video Services

Stuck at home for social distancing? Use this streaming video guide from Consumer Reports to find the best sources for movies and your favorite TV series! See also
ADDENDUM: CBS All Access does currently offer a 1-month free trial (expires 4/23):

And don’t forget streaming videos available with your SP library card from Hoopla and RBDigital!

BOREDOM BUSTERS for all ages

With countless communities and countries around the world entering lockdown and social distancing to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, the world is at present a very different place.

StayHomeSounds knows that – along with sounds – everyone has their own story to tell. They’re inviting anyone around the world to send them a sound recording from wherever YOU are, and tell them a little about how things are wherever you live.
You can listen to the sounds and read the stories so far, too!

BOREDOM BUSTER for all ages

April is National Poetry Month! Why not celebrate by reading a poem, writing a poem, sharing a poem?

You’ll find more resources to help you enjoy poetry at

Children’s programs online from South Plainfield Library

News from the SPPL Children's DepartmentHave a look at the latest news from our Children’s Department! Don’t worry – we also have some plans for adult programs in the works as well!–virtual–storytimes—more—South-Plainfield-Public-Library-.html?soid=1131040863779&aid=fMGeucB0DmI

NOTE: If you’ll be joining us on Zoom, check out our Zoom security tips first!

BOREDOM BUSTER for all ages

Want to learn how to download some free e-content (books, audiobooks, movies & music) from HOOPLA? Ms. Jess is here to help! Have a look:

Additional help is available at:


While the library remains closed, is providing free remote access to their ANCESTRY LIBRARY EDITION! See for instructions on how to log in with your library card number.
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