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Kids Biblio Boxes

Comstock Township Library is now offering "Biblio Boxes" for kids!

Set up a bit like a subscription box, every month we will open spots on our sign-up page* for children in grades K-5. Every Biblio Box will be tailored by our librarians to your child's reading preferences.

Each box will include 2-3 surprise library books, along with candy/snacks, an activity or craft, and other surprises and goodies! Your child gets to keep everything but the library books!

Only those with a valid CTL library card may participate**, and this service is free! 

Sign up HERE

Do you have a child in grades 6-12? Check out our Teen Biblio Boxes, too!

*Spots are on a first-come, first-served basis, and boxes must be picked up within 1 (one) week of release date or they will be forfeited to someone on the waiting list.  
**Each month's b
ooks will be checked out to the library card. Parent/guardian cards can be used for children. 

Rules and contest are subject to change at any time. 

Capstone and PebbleGo Interactive E-Books for Kids

Our friends at Capstone Publishing are providing free remote access to their PebbleGo, PebbleGo Next, and Capstone Interactive eBooks sites for kids. 

Access Instructions:

  • PebbleGo (English & Spanish) for elementary school students:
    • Visit and click “Sign In”
    • Username: engaged
    • Password: learning


  • PebbleGo Next for students in grades 3-5:


  • Capstone Interactive eBooks for kids of all ages:


1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Read a book (any book) with your newborn, infant, toddler, or preschool-aged child. The goal is to read 1,000 books before your little one starts kindergarten.

The rewards are lasting…
  1. Reading aloud surrounds children with rich language and builds vocabulary and listening skills.
  2. Reading exposes children to new experiences and helps children understand the world around them and empathize with others.
  3. Reading aloud models the importance of reading and shows children reading is fun! 
  4. Reading with your child brings you closer together and creates memorable bonding moments.
  5. You are your child’s first teacher. We want to encourage you to read, sing, talk, play, and write with your children every day. Starting early—before kindergarten—is key to a child’s success when they begin school. The Comstock Township Library is here to support you and your child as you begin your journey toward reading 1000 Books Before Kindergarten! Stop by the Youth desk to get your first sheet today.

Download our easy to track sheet and start counting your books today!


COVID-19 Resources for Parents, Guardians, and Caregivers:

Child Mind Institute – Supporting Families

Common Sense Media – Resources for Families

Fordham Institute – Resources for Learning from Home

A Mighty Girl – 50 Ways to Keep Kids Engaged at Home

National Association of School Psychologists – Talking to Children


OUTREACH OPPORTUNITIES (virtual only visits during COVID-19)

Would you like a trained librarian to host a storytime or outreach at your institution? We would be more than happy to visit your classroom, daycare or group! Contact our Head of Youth Services: Liz Castleberry at

Note: Attendance at Library events constitutes consent to be photographed for use in print and/or electronic publicity for the Comstock Township Library.