Weekly Youth Services Programs
Come for Morning Storytime every Monday and Thursday in the library meeting room from 10:00 to 11:00 AM. We'll have stories and songs, followed by free play.
Goodnight Storytime is held every Tuesday from 5:15 to 6:15 PM in the library meeting room.
We have Drop-in Legos every Thursday from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the children's department. We've got the Legos, just bring yourself!
Resources for Toddlers/Preschoolers:
Check out the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program. Complete the program and win a prize!
Click here to learn more about beginning literacy skills.
Look what else we have in the Youth Services Department:
- Puppet theater
- Play kitchen
- Kids Movies
- Books on CD
Resources for Children:
Stay informed about upcoming children's programs.
Check our calendar for dates.
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BJ Pinchebeck's Homework Helper
KidRex, a safe-search tool from Google.
Q-Files, The Great Illustrated Encyclopedia
DK Find Out!
Internet Public Library for kids
Great websites for kids, links to sites on a variety of subjects, and sponsored by the American Library Association
Math and Science:
Science Fair Central
Bitesize, maintained by the BBC
Writing and Grammar:
How to write a book report
How to cite your sources
KidBib Toolkit, a citation generator.
Geography and History:
World Factbook, maintained by the CIA
Resources for Teens:
Have you thought of a great program you'd love to see at the library? Email the Youth Services Librarian with your ideas. If you have book suggestions send them our way as well.
Check out these downloadable books.
YALSA Book Lists Great book lists for teen readers.
Based on the Book:
Database for books turned to movies.
No Flying, No Tights:
An excellent site for graphic novel book reviews.
Free Test-Prep Resources:
TestPrepReview offers a wide range of practice tests, including the ACT, SAT, and GRE.
Number2 is a free resource with ACT, SAT and GRE prep, but does require users to register.
SAT prep from The College Board