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Youth Services

Weekly Youth Services Programs

Join Youth Services Librarian Alecs Mickunas every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 10:15 AM for Storytime Live! online with Zoom. Find the link to join in our online calendar. Stories will be selected for preschool-age children through children in early literacy. The activity’s emphasis is on learning social skills, literacy, art and play! Please log-in 5 minutes early to ensure sound and video are working properly. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Look what else we have in the Youth Services Department:

- Computers
- Puppet theater
- Play kitchen
- Doll house
- Train table
- Duplo table
- Puzzles
- Games
- Kids movies
- Books on CD

Resources for Toddlers/Preschoolers:

Check out the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program. Complete the program and win a prize!
Click here to learn more about beginning literacy skills.

Resources for Children:

Stay informed about upcoming children's programs.
Check our calendar for dates.
Be sure to like us on Facebook.

Homework Help:
KidRex, a safe-search tool from Google.

Q-Files, The Great Illustrated Encyclopedia

DK Find Out!

Fact Monster

Math and Science:
AAA Math

Bitesize, maintained by the BBC

Writing and Grammar:
How to write a book report

How to cite your sources

Geography and History:
World Factbook, maintained by the CIA
Resources for Teens:

Have you thought of a great program you'd love to see at the library? Email the Youth Services Librarian with your ideas. If you have book suggestions send them our way as well.

Useful Links:
Check out these downloadable books.

YALSA Book Lists Great book lists for teen readers.

Based on the Book:
Database for books turned to movies.

No Flying, No Tights:
An excellent site for graphic novel book reviews.

Free Test-Prep Resources:
TestPrepReview offers a wide range of practice tests, including the ACT, SAT, and GRE.

Number2 is a free resource with ACT, SAT and GRE prep, but does require users to register.

SAT prep from The College Board

And check out our Channel!