“The more you read, the more things you’ll know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.”~Dr. Seuss
Check out the list of most recent titles from bestselling authors here. Then visit the children’s room at the library and let us help you find these books on our shelves!
An online collection of animated picture books that teach young children the joys of reading in a format they’ll love
Math ebooks for grades K-6
Ebooks for grades 7-12
Audiobooks for all ages
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What Can I Find in the Children’s Room?
The Children’s Room has several different sections which are labeled when you walk in:
Easy Readers: Choose Level 1 stories for children just learning to read, then gradually move up as they graduate to easy chapter books.
Non-Fiction: Information on animals, countries, history, science, and more. Easy Reader non-fiction is included in this section.
Biographies: Easy Reader biographies are also included here.
Board Books: Sturdy books for the littlest hands, in easy-to-access bins.
Movies: Check out Disney classics like “Cinderella” and “Snow White,” plus look for DVDs featuring your children’s favorite television characters like Doc McStuffins and Peppa Pig. PG-rated films are located in the Family section on the 3rd Floor.
Foreign Language: Books and DVDs in Spanish, plus materials in French, Italian, and German.
Parenting Collection (now shelved with Adult Non-Fiction): Current books on issues like discipline, autism, Common Core, and homeschooling.
Magazines: Includes children’s, tween, and parenting magazines.
Music: A wide variety of children’s music, plus Christmas CDs.
Audiobooks: New and classic books on CD for those long car trips to grandma’s.
Read-Alongs: Perfect for beginning readers, these kits contain picture books and accompanying CDs.