Looking for a good Children’s book?

These lists may help!

Promoting reading to newborns, infants, and toddlers and encouraging parent and child bonding through reading.

Renaissance provides digital solutions to assist students and families learning from home.

Chester County Reading Olympics is designed to inspire students to read for pleasure and learn the value of teamwork at the same time!

Families and teachers everywhere trust Common Sense for expert reviews, objective advice, helpful tools, and so much more.

The world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations. Our mission is to help people find and share books they love.

Here you will find books for kids on lots of topics, author/illustrator profiles and literacy activities for individual books.

Diverse and inclusive books to instill a love of reading, lifelong learning, and curiosity in the children in your lives.

A collection of books that represents outstanding historical and contemporary books from throughout the world. 

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There are thousands of ebooks and audiobooks, hand-selected by your library, available for reading.

Authoritatively ranked lists of books sold in the United States, sorted by format and genre.

Sign up to get books recommendations delivered to your inbox each month for your favorite genres.

Over 20+ years, the NoveList team has continued to innovate and develop solutions for readers’ advisory, catalog enrichment, email newsletters, library marketing, and more.

7 Websites With Free Online Books For Kids

These books are for kids up to 9 years old, focus on new titles, and emphasize quality. Happy Reading!

Children’s Programs Supported by:

Ongoing Children’s Programs 

Stay tuned for Summer Programming and check out all of our programs and events on our Community Calendar

Online

Paws for People

1st & 3rd Tuesdays @ 6:00pm
Please email John Hendrix to join

Due to a limited amount of participants (6 per meeting), you can register to read to a Paws Dog via zoom meeting Tuesday afternoons.

In-person

Storytime

Mondays @ 10:00am

Our storytimes emphasize early literacy skills such as talking, singing, reading, writing, and playing. Our goal is to provide fun and rich experiences that build a love of books and learning. Stories are based on a theme and accompanied by a craft.  Ages 2-5.

In-person

Toddler Music Camp

Mondays – April 11 & 25 and May 9 & 23 @ 10:00am

Sing, dance, and march to the beat with your friends at the Children’s Library. This music camp is facilitated by Children’s Performer/Preschool Music Director Linda Bunting. Ages 0-6.
No registration required. 

In-person

Lego Club

Wednesdays – April 13 & 27 and May 11 & 25 @ 3:30pm

Put your building skills to the test at LEGO Club. Build, create, and play…the sky’s the limit! Work on your own or team up with a friend to make the biggest and coolest creations.  Ages 5-11.

In-person

Sunshine Yoga

Thursdays – April 7 & 21 @ 10:00am

Fun poses for parents and kids.  Watch as your child transforms into a cat, a monkey, a dog, a lion and much more!

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