Kids’ Spaces

Kennedy Children’s Corner

The Kennedy Children’s Corner is a place for kids to read, play and listen to stories. This children’s area is located right next to the picture books. Children younger than 9 years old must be accompanied by a caretaker 13 years old or older at all times in the library.

Youth Computers

Next to the Kennedy Children’s Corner there is a row of computers only accessible to youth younger than 18. There are also two dedicated ABC Mouse computers for very young users.

  • Youth computers have access to the internet, Microsoft Office, and preloaded games.
  • If youth need to print work, their first 10 pages are free.
  • Any restriction of online access is the sole responsibility of the parent, guardian, or caregiver. Parents are encouraged to guide their minor child’s internet use.

Kids’ Programs

Storytime, Girls Who Code and more!

All our programs are virtual right now, and we have programs for kids of all ages! Kids 0-5 can attend weekly storytimes with their parents. Elementary school children can attend Girls Who Code and Makers Club. Older children are welcome at Hour of Code. Teen programs are also available.

All Kids' Programs

Book Recommendations for Kids

Picture Books

Kids’ Books

Tween Reads