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Children's Area

The children's area is a wonderful destination for starting to engage your child in lifelong learning. 

Come enjoy an excellent selection of stories as well as a puppet theater, floor puzzles, early literacy computers, and a relaxing atmosphere to connect.

 

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Storytimes

This isn't your mama's storytime! Join us for three fun-filled, laughter-inducing, play-embracing storytimes each week. All storytimes are meant to strengthen your bond and encourage early literacy skills & a love of reading at every age and stage.

 

Toddler Storytime - Mondays at 10:00am with Miss Angie

Baby Storytime - Mondays at 12:00pm with Miss Monta

Toddler Storytime - Thursdays at 10:30am with Miss Teri or Miss Charlotte

 

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Homework Help

Take advantage of free Homework Help in the teen area during the school year.

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays from 3:30-6:00pm

  • Qualified homework coaches
  • Study supplies
  • Friendly workspace
  • A library of resources!

No registration necessary, open to K-12 students.

Need help outside of these hours?

Live Homework Help connects you online with qualified tutors 7 days a week, 1pm-10pm. Safely chat with tutors, share a 'white board' to draw your math problem, and more. Students can also submit their papers and receive personal feedback within 24 hours. Log in using your library card.

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Programs

The children's area is a busy place for all ages, with a weekly Lego Builders Club, Toddler Yoga class, Pinback Button-Making, children's author visits, Saturday art classes, books clubs, and so much more for young children, elementary age, tweens and teens.

 

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Graphic Novels

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We have an excellent and expanding collection of graphic novels and comic books to tempt even the most reluctant reader. Not sure where to start? Ask Youth Services Librarian Angie for some personalized recommendations.

 



study rooms

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Need some space? We have two study rooms in the teen area that can seat up to four students. Great for group projects or for being productive on your own.