The parenting collection of the South Brunswick Public Library for caregivers of infants and children is housed in the Children’s Department. It is designed to assist parents during the child rearing years. The emphasis is on special topics such as new baby, toilet training, child health, activities for children, standardized tests, education, discipline, and parenting for children with special needs.
From time to time the Library also offers Parenting Workshops and Seminars.
Virtual Storytime Alternatives
Are you missing storytime? We certainly are, but you don’t have to! We’ve put together a group of virtual storytime resources so your little ones can still enjoy the songs, rhymes and fingerplays they enjoy at SBPL. This is an ever changing list that we’ll keep updated as more resources become available.
Directory for Additional Resources
Medline Plus - Parenting
The National Library of Medicine, a part of the National Institutes of Health, created and maintains MedlinePlus to assist you in locating authoritative health information. The parenting pages include links to latest news and health professional articles on parenting topics, research and clinical trials. You can also find preformulated searches of the MEDLINE/PubMed database, which allow you to find references to latest health professional articles on your topic. Interactive tutorials from the Patient Education Institute explain over 165 procedures and conditions in easy-to-read language.