Leap into Literature Leap into Literature is a new reading program at William Jeanes that allows 1st though 3rd graders to leap into literature. Explore fiction and non-fiction books with Mrs. Linda Doll, who for 20 years has volunteered as a tutor in the Colonial School District, as well as led various reading activities here at the library.  As books are read, participants will expand their knowledge of literature through discussion, and will then follow up by producing a take home craft that will allow participants to experiment with different mediums. Wednesday, September 20th @ 4:15

Paws and Read School-age children are invited to come practice reading with Therapy Dogs International volunteer teams. The main objective of this program is to provide a relaxed and “dog-friendly” atmosphere, which allows students to practice the skill of reading. The child relaxes, pats the attentive dog, and focuses on reading. At Paws and Read, children practice the skill of reading, build self-esteem, and associate reading with something pleasant. Wednesday, September 20th @ 6:30

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WHAT CAN WE HELP YOU FIND?

Nancy Corson Writing Contest sponsored by the Friends of the Library Find out which stories were selected as winners for each grade!

Children’s Storytimes Is your child a baby? A toddler? A preschooler? Does your child have a sensory integration or autism spectrum disorder? We have something for everyone, at different times on different days!

Reading Lists Discover Caldecott and Newbery award-winning books, going back almost 100 years!

Sign up for Children’s E-News Sign up for our e-newsletter to stay informed about upcoming events and programs in the children's department!

1000 Books Before Kindergarten An early literacy program for babies, toddlers and preschoolers.

E-Resources for Kids Find out about the all the online resources we have to offer your child, both from within the library, as well as from home!

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