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Children's Library

We are excited about our children's 'Early Literacy Stations - ELS'. ELS is a computer workstation loaded with more than 45 educational software titles for kids ages 2 - 10. ELS offers children a safe, standalone computer not connected to the internet that is age appropriate, engaging, and academically relevant for children. There is an imaginative interface that encourages exploration. The stations have a colorful keyboard, a tiny mouse, special earphones, and a touch screen to promote easy learning and discovery.

Children just love it!

Story Time

Story Time programs introduce young children to books, rhymes, music and other fun activities. Every week the library offers programs matched to the typical attention spans and developmental levels of different ages of children. Library Story Times incorporate the early literacy skills that children must master before they can learn to read.

PLEASE contact our Children’s Services Assistant in advance of story time to learn how we can best accommodate your group(s).

Easy Reader Area

Easy Readers is the area just for the little ones who are being read to or who are just learning to read. See the comfy rocking chair for parents to use while reading to their little ones.

There is a special collection for those just learning to read, with books from Pre-Reading to Level 3. And check out the collection of books to help parents teach a child to read.

Storytime for preschoolers is held every Wednesday at 10 - 10:30 am. At the same time on Tuesdays is storytime for infants and toddlers.

Little One's Library

Our Younger Patrons enjoying Story Time


StoryTime @ the Library
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StoryTime @ the Library
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StoryTime @ the Library
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At Your Library I love

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PBS Kids

Each of the educational shows your children watch on PBS have their own learning section through Try sing-a-long songs, sorting and counting games, watch videos and more.

Sesame Street

Younger children will love everything about Sesame Street's online home. They can choose from hundreds of the show's video clips and play games that help them learn letters, animal sounds, rhymes, colors and more.

When a mom mention she's looking for some great educational websites for her kids, it's not long before is mentioned. The site has been online since 2002 and works with your children through letter recognition all the way through to reading plays, nonfiction and comics.


CoolMath calls itself "an amusement park of math and more." Children can play online math games that help them with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, money and more. CoolMath is geared toward ages 13 and up, but sister site is appropriate for ages 3 through 12. includes math gamesfor preschoolers.

Make Me Genius

A site that guarantees to make your child a genius has a lot of promises to live up is filled with videos that cover a variety of subjects, such as physics for kids, photosynthesis, the nervous system, solar system and electricity. All of the videos are kid-friendly and will keep even your youngest children interested from start to finish.

TIME for Kids

From the publishers of TIME magazine, TIME for Kids is loaded with interesting articles, photos and videos. Politics, the environment, entertainment, sports and health are just some of the topics covered. TIME for Kids isn't as interactive as most of the other website on this list of educational websites for kids, but the site does tackle subjects that are in the news now while being written for an audience of children.

National Geographic Kids

Watch animal cameras, learn interesting tidbits about animals, see and share photos of nature, learn about different countries and try science experiments. These activities don't even begin to scratch the surface of the National Geographic Kids website. There's even a "Little Kids" section for the younger explorers in your house.

The KIDZ Page

The Kidz Pagehas more than 5,000 pages of learning games and activities. Online coloring pages, jigsaw puzzles and word games are just a few sections of this massive site. Each holiday also has its own section of activities and games to enjoy with your children.

How Stuff Works

When your child wants to know why the sky is blue, how a tornado forms or any number of other questions she can come up with on a daily basis, head on over to How Stuff Works. The articles break down subjects like autos, culture, entertainment, science, money, technology and more. Games, quizzes and videos also round out your children's learning experience.

Fun Brain

One visit to Fun Brain and you'll want to bookmark it for your kids. Math, reading, online books and learning games are just some of the site's many treats. Fun Brain caters to preschoolers through 8th graders.


Can't get to the Exploratorium, a hands-on muesum in San Francisco, CA? Their website offers hunders of videos, apps, and activities on everything from what happens to meat when you cook it to why voice sounds so good in the shower.

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