In this section, find resources, services, materials, and experiences for children and tweens. In other sections, find more for families with early learners (ages 0-5), homeschooling families, and teens (13+). And get ready for a library visit with our social narrative (pdf), written to help children prepare for and feel comfortable visiting the Main Library.
Find the latest book lists, on-demand videos and tutorials, at-home activities, interactive programming, and more below!
Summer reading is here!
Oceans of Possibilities runs all summer! It’s for kids age 3 and older to track their reading and earn rewards. Sign up in Beanstack, learn more, track your progress »
On-demand: Virtual learning videos & projects
- For all ages: Dial-a-Story »
- For early learners:
- For grade schoolers: Librarian-curated resources and activities, by topic »
Beyond books: Learn through conversations, play & creativity
Toys, dolls, and themed kits—some containing books and open-ended questions, and materials to help young children share ideas and feelings with grown-ups and peers and others full of hands-on play-and-learn activities—are available for checkout. Browse beyond books »