While all children move through the same stages as they are learning to read, some need different levels or types of support as their building their newly acquired reading skills. We've put together a great list of titles and series that focus on first sight words and rhyming words, supported by large print and pictures that support the text. Additional resources to help you help your young reader are also listed on the First Early Reader list.
Wondering what to do during the winter school break? Spend some time together exploring the sciences with entertaining and interactive adventures for all ages at the Discovery Center! With your library card, you can check out a Discovery Center Family Pass that provides adminssion for up to four people, including at least one adult and up to three children age 3 and older. For more information about the passes, visit the Discovery Center Family Pass page.
Looking for a way to entertain the kids on these bitterly cold winter days? Look no further than the Library! We have a variety of toys available for checkout. From puzzles to farm animal sets, our toys are great for building fine motor skills, and they promote early literacy. The best part? No batteries are required! Our toys run on good old fashioned imagination. Checkout the Library's toy catalog today!
Here at the library, we celebrate families year round, but what better time than the holiday season to celebrate the diversity of the families in our community? From single parent homes and foster families to traditional two-parent homes, families come in many forms. As society's definition of family evolves, so does the literature. Favorite authors like Todd Parr and Patricia Polacco, to name a few, have published works depicting diverse families. Check out our list to find fun books that celebrate and explore families!