Kids News

Whether your kid loves or loathes reading, you’ll find information and tips here on raising a reader and lifelong learner. Have a question or tip you’d like to share? Join the conversation!
Kids

Gobble-A-Break!

Join in the fun this Thanksgiving week.

Through the whole week in the Children's Room:

  • Turkey Treasure Hunt - find all the turkeys hidden around the room and earn a prize
  • Turkey Activities - matching games, coloring sheets, and more
  • Guessing Jar - guess how many candies are in a jar for a chance to win a big prize bag

Fri, Nov 24

Out and About in the County

We love visiting! The past month or so, youth services staff have had a blast getting out in the community. We go to school events, day care groups, community events, and more! If you'd like the library to be a part of your event, please reach out to us! If you want to bring your group to visit us, you can set up a visit by emailing us at [email protected] or calling 920-322-3940 for the youth services department. 

Read it again, please!

 

Read It Again Please!

Does your child have a favorite book they want read over and over again? Or worse, wants YOU to read over and over again? You've probably memorized every word and by now you could throw the book out the window!

Reading with Babies

Recently, the Children's department was asked to compile a list of great books for babies for a local service group. Not toddlers or preschoolers, but great fit books for babies This got us thinking about all of the great reasons why we read to babies long before they are able to read with us or understand the plot of a book.

Reading to your baby:

Take the 1000 Books Challenge!

Have you heard about our 1000 books Before Kindergarten program? If you have a child that is not yet in kindergarten, this is a program for you! 


Here's how it works:

Play is hard work!

The Importance of Playing With Your Child 

We love to play here at the library. We offer playtime after toddler storytime and have various toys and activities in the children's room for you and your children to play with while you visit.

Before they were movies...

Did you know some of your favorite movies are actually based-off a book? The animated movie Coraline is based off the book with the same name by Neil Gaiman. The out of this world adventure of Home is based off the book The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex. Often times the movie will be different from the book. The next time you visit the library we would love to hear if you liked the book or the movie more.

Here's a list of our favorites;

List of Book Club Kits for Kids and Teens

Wondering what book club kits we have for kids and teens? Check out our list below.

More coming soon.

Looking for one we don't have? Click HERE to email us or give us a call at 920-322-3940

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