Kristen Roberts

American aviator and explorer Amelia Earhart once said, “A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions and the roots spring up and make new trees.”

As the coronavirus pandemic turned the world upside down, borrowing habits at Bethlehem Public Library shifted to reflect a new reality.

Every year when December rolls around, families look to the library to keep kids entertained and engaged during the school holiday.

Take a closer look at the fascinating world of fossils with amateur paleontologist David Clark on Tuesday, Dec. 15, as he gives a virtual tour of his prep room and fossil collection.

As we embark on a holiday season like no other, it is hard not to think about how we are living through a history-making time.

Have you heard of a mug rug? It’s a plus-size coaster that has room for your mug and a small treat like a piece of cake or a cookie.

When it comes to free Wi-Fi at the library — you can take it with you.

Attention, gamers! Are you itching to try out the Nintendo Switch? We have the consoles available to borrow from our Library of Things.

In the early days of the stay-at-home order this spring, many of us spent the days baking, sautéing and cooking our way to some semblance of comfort as we tried to make sense of the surging virus t

With the popularity of television shows like “Who Do You Think You Are,” the ease of sharing information over the internet, and the reconnecting of distant relatives using social media, it’s no won


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