Gale Virtual Reference Collection

Welcome to the library’s virtual reference collection, a place for conducting research that searches hundreds of full-scanned e-books. Browse along our virtual stacks and click on the subject category that matches your subject. Watch as the computer instantly searches through books and delivers the best information right to your desktop.

Explora Primary Schools

Kids will find everything they need to learn about Animals, Science, Math, Arts, Music, Social Studies, Geography and Biography. Explora is colorful and easy to search for school projects or just to have fun reading about your favorite subjects!

World Atlas

Combines detailed, printable, full-color maps of countries, provinces, and states with up-to-date statistical and local information.
From Facts on File is temporarily changing its hours to accommodate students during the Coronavirus crisis. Students can now work with a live tutor 7 days a week from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. brings live, one-to-one help TO YOU, FOR FREE to all East Brunswick library card holders.

Who can use the Learning Suite?

Everyone! K-12 and college students can get help with homework, studying, projects, essay writing and test prep in every subject. Adults can get help with job searches, GED prep and academic support.

The World Almanac for Kids Online

Handouts for your projects and more...with brand New Sections!
PLANTS:   More than 90 original, curriculum-based articles, along with Fun Facts articles and full-color diagrams and photographs, give students a clearer understanding of everything from plant structure, plant nutrition, and photosynthesis, to plant ecology, seedless plants, and plant ethnobotany.


Find content on animals, space, science, and all about the planet Earth using this database aimed at students in Kindergarten to Grade 3. Includes built-in reading and research tools such as leveled text, consistent navigation, fun educational games, spoken-word audio, and videos.  To log in, please use the following: Username: ebpl  Password: enter the first 5 digits of your library card barcode.  If you need assistance, please call the Youth Services department at (732) 390-6789.