Children (Ages 5-12)
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Book Picks and Reading Lists
Try our kid-centered book lists and picks. From read-alikes to award winners, discover a new favorite.
eLibrary for Kids
Browse kid’s eBooks, eMagazines, and eAudiobooks available for free through Overdrive or Libby app.
BookFlix pairs video storybooks with nonfiction eBooks to create a fun link between fact and fiction. Scroll down to B in the A-Z list of Research Databases.
Need help finding books? Request a Book Bundle! Tell us your child’s age and interests, and we’ll gather materials for you.
Early childhood educators, researchers, youth librarians, parents, and caregivers can all attest to the benefits of being immersed in nature. Young children's brains develop rapidly and the more experiences they have that involve all their senses, the better. Time...
June 1 - August 6, 2022: Join us for a summer of exploration . . . and a little bit of detective work! Read, write, create, and investigate during our summer reading program for kids.Upcoming Events[diec_event_carousel show_venue="off" show_name="off"...
In celebration of National Poetry Month in April, the library held a poetry contest for youth ages 10 - 18. We so enjoyed reading the creative works of our budding local poets.Opening Doors Owen M., age 11 A world without doors would be pretty niceIt would let in the...
It isn't any secret that people of all ages enjoy scavenger hunts. At the library, we use this fun activity in the children's space because it offers: an activity to do whenever the library is open a chance to practice problem-solving and observational skills a social...
Explore. Discover. Investigate. The library is here to help families discover and learn about nature, whether it be exploring the backyard or hiking a local park. Check out the library’s Nature Backpacks and embark on an adventure with real hands-on tools that kids...
Help your child find books that are just right with the Five-Finger Rule. Have your child read one page of a book. Ask your child to raise a finger for every word that's too hard for them to read. If your child raises more than five fingers, the book may be too...