The Children’s Room provides a space for both play and learning with a wide variety of resources ranging from print to digital media. Families can find both fun and educational resources and build a love of reading.
Our collection (for infants to age 12) includes board books, picture books, novels, graphics, and non-fiction resources, e-books and e-audiobooks as well as resources for parents, caregivers and teachers.
The friendly staff is always ready to help children and their parents, caregivers, and teachers to find what they need. We’re open to suggestions, so let us know if there’s something you’d like to see at the library
We also offer a variety of free programs (for infants to age 12) and their caregivers. Check the website calendar for our full program and activity schedule. Please visit the service desk for additional details.
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Recommended Book List
Browse a collection of nearly 2,000 books, recordings, apps, and websites for children that spans 100 years, reflects the evolution of awards history from the Association of Library Service to Children (a Division of the American Library Association) AND delivers the latest, greatest materials for contemporary readers, listeners, learners, and gamers.
Websites for ages 3-14
Our library databases can help you with homework and finding more to read.
NoveList K-8 For kids K-8 and anyone interested in children’s literature. See recommended books, award winning books, and read-a-like books.
Kids Search is for students through the eighth grade. It searches a school factual database, a children’s dictionary and encyclopedia, and lots of pictures. It has professional resources for teachers, too.
Resources for Parents
The Coordinated Family and Community Engagement (CFCE) of the North Shore
A locally-based program that provides child development services and resources to families with young children.
Check out these sources for family-friendly events on the North Shore:
North Shore Kid
Macaroni Kid North Shore