Children’s Library

children’s books

Search our vast catalog of children’s books. See something you like? Place it on hold, select your pickup location, and we’ll notify you when it’s ready for pickup.

Here’s a list of children’s books just added to the catalog.

Children’s Book Bundles

Are you missing the ability to browse our shelves for books for your children? We are open with limited hours and capacity; however, we understand that not everybody can visit us to browse our shelves. Visit our Book Bundles page to submit your Book Bundles request and we’ll pick out a bundle of books just for you!

curbside pickup

Visit our Curbside Pickup page for details on having books brought out to your car.

e-books/e-audio for kids

Our OverDrive service offers many ebooks for elementary school students including:

You can check out ten titles at a time per library card. Titles automatically return after 21 days or you can return them early.

Visit our Kids OverDrive or use the Libby app if you are using a smart device/tablet. Visit our eCollection page for more details.

Photo of children;s event at Bookstock 2019.

events for early childhood

Visit our Early Childhood Events page for event highlights, story times, links to our events calendar, and more.

events for children & tweens

Visit our Children & Tween events page for upcoming highlights and a listing of all upcoming events including chess clubs, STEAM activities, arts and crafts, book clubs, and more.

Children's BookLetters

children’s bookletters

Children’s BookLetters is a monthly collection of books selected by our Children’s Librarians and emailed directly to you. Sign up to begin receiving these monthly emails.

Don’t feel like subscribing? That’s OK. You can also access the newsletter here.

children’s reading lists

Browse our reading lists of award winners, new books added to the catalog. Lists include direct links to our catalog where you can place them on hold.

student resources

Visit our Student page for resources for Early Childhood, Elementary, and Middle School students. Resources include online learning tools, research databases, online World Book, eBooks, and more.