To say the least, the library has tons of stuff for kids. From programs to online stories read to you, kids will learn AND have fun at the library.
Storytimes are perfect for the young children. They provide stories to help kids learn, provide crafts that are fun and help with motor skills, and gives them the chance to interact with kids their own ages before and during beginning school years. Since they are so helpful to kids, we have a lot of them through the whole year. If you have a child that you think might be interested, come on by and check it out. I can almost guarantee there’s one this week.
Summer Library Program
There’s literally a summer program for everyone and for kids, the program is designed to help bridge the gaps between school years and prevent learning loss. Or, if preschool or younger, it helps them to learn to love books and improves their ability to learn in the future. The library’s program offers a lot of fun prizes and encourages reading throughout the summer. There is almost a program every day of the summer, too, so there’s never a reason to be bored!
The library has a large collection of children’s materials for practically every interest. From trucks to princesses, the library has over 7,000 picture books, children’s music CDs, DVDs, and board books all available to check out from the library.
Now, the picture books are in sections called “Neighborhoods” so that you can find the subjects that you want to find without having to know the author. Looking for stories about bugs? How about the full section of Halloween? Kids don’t think by author so we’re not either.