Drop by the library to make your very own suncatcher to bring home. While supplies last!! All day Wednesday, October 7. Read on...
Come to the library in costume to enjoy a fun filled Halloween party!! Light refreshments will be served! 10/31/15 at 11:30 a.m. Read on...
Come to the library to meet a real firefighter, learn about fire safety, and see a real firetruck!! 10/8/15 at 11:30 a.m. Read on...
Come to the library to create some fun monsters with candy and various art supplies! 10/23/15 at 11 a.m. For 2-5 year olds Registration begins 10/9/15. Read on...
Come join us for some fun leaf painting activities to stimulate your toddlers senses. 10/16/15 at 11 a.m. For 2-5 year olds Registration begins 10/2/15 Read on...
Come to the library to create some cool spiders, ghosts, and bats just in time for Halloween! 10/9/15 at 11 a.m. For 3-5 year olds. Read on...
Come to the library to see if you can guess what creepy object is in the mystery box!! 10/27/15 at 4:30 For K- 5th graders Registration begins 10/13/15. Read on...
Children will use various materials to identify and build structures on their own. *Supports STEM learning 10/14/15 at 4:30 For 2nd – 5th graders. Read on...
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month come to the library to make a pink wreath to hang on your door or mailbox. For parents and children in grades 4-6. 10/7/15. Read on...
Evening Family Storytime
Drop in for some after dinner stories to enjoy as a family. 10/15/15 at 6:30.
Baby and Me
Monday and Tuesdays 10 a.m. Beginning August 24th
An interactive early literacy program featuring board books, simple songs, movement activities, nursery rhymes, and fingerplays. For parents / caregivers and children 0-23 months.
Tales for Tots
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. Beginning August 26th
Have fun listening to stories and singing songs that will enhance early literacy skills. For parents/caregivers and children 2-3 years old.
August Kids Picks
More Kids Picks!
| Animal Facts to Make You Smile by Grace Hansen E 590 HAN First book in a fantastic series about animals and facts that most of us don’t know. Simple text and real life photos of animals in their habitat. Guaranteed to put a smile on everyone’s face! -Crystal
| The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson; illustrated by Axel Scheffler E DON Silly tale of a mouse who escapes being eaten by a fox, an owl, and a snake by inventing a lunch date with a strange monster: the gruffalo. Then, to his surprise, the mouse encounters the gruffalo himself--only some quick thinking will get him out of this mess! -Mike
| Spy Guy by Jessica Young E YOU Spy Guy is a spy—but not a very good one. He's too loud, too squeaky, and in need of a good disguise. All Spy Guy wants is to figure out the secret to spying. But as the Chief says, that he must discover for himself. With a lot of trial and even more error, can Spy Guy figure out the secret to spying? -Crystal
| The Last Train: A Holocaust Story by Rona Arato J 940.531 ARA The Last Train is the harrowing true story about young brothers Paul and Oscar Arato and their mother, Lenke, surviving the Nazi occupation during the final years of World War II. The Nazi occupation forces the family into situations of growing panic and fear: first into a ghetto in their hometown; then a labor camp in Austria; and, finally, to the deadly Bergen Belsen camp deep in the heart of Germany. Separated from their father, 6-year-old Paul and 11-year-old Oscar must care for their increasingly sick mother, all while trying to maintain some semblance of normalcy amid the horrors of the camp. -Lynae
| Unwanteds by Lisa McMann J MCM Every year in Quill, thirteen-year-olds are sorted into categories: the strong, intelligent Wanteds go to university, and the artistic Unwanteds are sent to their deaths . Thirteen-year-old Alex tries his hardest to be stoic when his fate is announced as Unwanted, even while leaving behind his twin, Aaron, a Wanted. Upon arrival at the destination where he expected to be eliminated, however, Alex discovers a stunning secret--behind the mirage of the 'death farm' there is instead a place called Artime. -Serena
More Kids Picks!
- Kids Links
- 50States.com - Useful facts and fun trivia about all 50 states
- AAA Math - Interactive math lessons that teach a wide range of arithmetic concepts
- ipl2 - Help with numerous topics from homework, hobbies, health and nutrition, and more
- National Geographic for Kids- Play games, watch videos, learn about animals, and places, and get fun facts
- Science Fair Project Resource Guide - variety of excellent web resources for science fair projects.
- Time for Kids - News magazine geared toward students in grades K-6.
- Weekly Reader - Supplemental resources for teachers and parents
- World Book Kids - Easy-to-read articles and videos, games, science projects, interactive tools, and activities. Contact the Youth Services desk at 704-663-1807 for login information.
- Crayola - Home to over 1,000 coloring pages, crafts, and lesson plans.
- Free Coloring Pages - Choose from 100's of printable coloring pages, connect the dots, mazes, games and more.
- FunBrain - Free educational games, books, and comics for preschool - 8th grade.
- PBS Kids - Play educational games and watch PBS Kids shows.
- Scholastic - Kids and parents can explore, play learning games, and read stories for Clifford, I SPY, Magic School Bus, and more.
- Stacks - Books, reading, authors, and games for kids 8-12.
- Seussville - Official site of Dr. Seuss featuring games, printable activities, character guide, and more!
- Star Wars - Movie information, games, and behind the scenes features for kids.