HPL Children's Activities
The Children's Room is on the second floor of the library, with books, audio, and video for infants to teens. It also includes comfortable chairs for reading, tables for activities, and a selection of toys and games.
For more information about children's services call the library at 609-466-1625.
Ocean Codebreakers & Word Searches
Summer Reading Program
The Summer Reading program is designed to encourage children to keep reading during the months of school vacation. Young readers and soon-to-be readers sign a pledge indicating the number of books they would like to read (or have read to them) during the summer. There is a reward for each child who achieves their own goal, as well as an end-of-summer celebration! The library offers special programs each week related to the summer reading program theme. This year's theme is Oceans of Possibilities! PS: This year, our summer reading program is available to adult readers, as well!
Children’s Story Time traditionally takes place each Monday beginning at 10:30 am. It is designed for children ages five and under and their companions, and includes several read-aloud stories, finger plays and often a book-related activity.
We will gather Mondays at 10:30 am, at the Gazebo in the Hopewell Borough Park. Masks are not required for fully vaccinated attendees.
Also see Suggested Activities for Preschool Story Time with Miss Jennifer for a selection of read-aloud books and activities to extend each story.
Children's and Family Events
Many thanks to to our good neighbor and children’s book writer & illustrator Barbara DiLorenzo, who decorated our summer Quest rocks so artfully and wrote the poetic clues that led us to them! Our thanks also to her daughter, Maddy, who sourced the rocks for her Mom!