Welcome to Children’s Services, where we are committed to fostering children’s interest
in and appreciation for the joy of reading and learning. Here you'll find a useful
intriguing collection; support for teachers, students and parents; programs for
ages and interests; and skilled staff always ready to help.
Please note: The Library makes weather closing decisions independently of the schools or town agencies.
See our full policy here.
Contact: Children's Services 203-438-2282 x12002 email@example.com
NEW ENGLAND SCHOOL SCRABBLE® CHAMPIONSHIP
Saturday, March 25, 2016, 10:00 am-4:30 pm (registration starts 9:30 am)
Open to players in 3rd - 12th grades.
Registration forms available to download here or pick up at the Library.
Registration: Entry/materials fee $10 per player. Entries close Monday, March 20.
NO WALK-IN REGISTRATIONS. Bring a lunch or money to buy food nearby.
Contact: Cornelia Guest at CorneliaSGuest@gmail.com, 203-244-5324
Children's New Nonfiction
New Picture Books
New Juvenile Chapter Books
BookFlix now available! An online literary resource for children that pairs video storybooks with related non-fiction eBooks.
Check out the OverDrive digital collection website experience just for kids and teens! Free for users with a library card. Digital titles are available anytime, anywhere and expire automatically, so no need to worry about late fees.
We have eBooks for the very young! Tumblebooks lets you enjoy the illustrations onscreen as you listen to favorite picture books read aloud.
|Hoopla provides streaming and downloadable music, movies and TV shows as well as eBooks, audiobooks and even comics. There is no limit to the number of people who can "check out" an item at a time, so no waiting! And you can activate the Kids Mode portal to feature content that has been deemed suitable for children up to age 12.|
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