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For Kids | Programs | Resources | Games | Community

Please see the listing on the right or visit the calendar of events for a full listing of programs at each library location. Library programs for children include:

  • LapSit (Ages 6 months--3 years)
    A special program that incorporates singing, finger play, rhymes, and stories that will entertain and stimulate children’s language skills.  A parent or caregiver must stay with the child for the program.
  • Storyhour (Ages 3--5)
    An hour of stories, crafts, and fun for preschoolers age 3-5.
  • Kids' Book Club (Ages 6--8)
    Students will receive free books that they will read and discuss with the group, as well as complete a craft and have a snack based on the themes relevant to the book. Children must be pre-registered to attend. 
  • Young Readers' Club (Ages 9--12)
    Students will receive free books that they will read and discuss with the group, as well as complete a craft and have a snack based on the themes relevant to the book. Children must be pre-registered to attend.
  • Homeschoolers (Any homeschooled child)
    Programs for homeschoolers are offered at the Accident, Grantsville, and Oakland libraries.

 
The following items can be found at your local library: 

  • Non-fiction books 
  • Fiction for all ages 
  • Picture Books 
  • Board Books 
  • Educational Toys
  • Biographies 
  • Books on Tape 
  • Books on CD 
  • DVDs 
  • Read-alongs
  • Xbox, Nintendo Switch and other video games (for use in the library only)

 

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Watch a video and read a story!  Favorites include Chicka Chicka Boom Boom; Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type; Curious George Rides a Bike; Good Night, Gorilla; Harold and the Purple Crayon; Harry the Dirty Dog, Knuffle Bunny; and The Snowy Day. You will need your Ruth Enlow Library card to access this resource remotely.

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TrueFlix™ is the only online resource that leverages the award-winning True Books content to help students hone literacy skills, build knowledge of subject-area content, and cultivate 21st Century skills through the inquiry process.

 

The Lexile Measure: Match your child's reading level with appropriate books at this link:  http://www.lexile.com.