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National Winnie the Pooh Day at Jersey City Free Public Library

In recognition of National Winnie the Pooh Day, the Jersey City Free Public Library (JCFPL) acknowledges the enduring legacy of A.A. Milne’s creation, Winnie the Pooh. This day provides an opportunity to highlight our commitment to promoting literacy and lifelong learning through our diverse collection of children’s literature.

Available Resources and Initiatives:

  1. Children’s Literature Collection: Our library houses an extensive collection of A.A. Milne’s works, including various editions of Winnie the Pooh. These books are available for loan and can be found in our children’s literature section, both in physical and digital formats through platforms like Libby and Hoopla.
  2. Educational Platforms for Children: JCFPL provides access to educational tools such as ABCmouse and Beanstack. These platforms are designed to engage young readers and support early literacy, in alignment with our commitment to educational development.
  3. Guidance for Parents and Educators: Our staff can assist in selecting appropriate reading material for children of various ages. Resources like NoveList K-8 are also available to help parents and educators choose books that suit different reading levels and interests.

The observance of National Winnie the Pooh Day at JCFPL underscores our dedication to serving the community’s needs through providing welcoming spaces, fostering lifelong learning, and enhancing community well-being. We invite our patrons to visit the library to explore the timeless world of Winnie the Pooh and the wide range of educational resources we offer.

For more information on our collections and services, please visit Jersey City Free Public Library.