Library Kids Page

Please note the COVID-19 tab has a number of great free resources for kids during this crisis. We will move some of these links over to this page at a later date. Please note in-person programming may still be on hold; for the latest information about programming (including virtual) and the modified schedule of your local branch, please visit the COVID-19 tab.

Welcome to the Library Kids Page!

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Story Time @ Your Library

Quincy Library

Baby Bounce Story Time -- Weds. 10:00 am
Preschool Story Time -- Weds. 10:30 am

Portola Library

Preschool Story Time -- First & Third Weds. of the month 10:30 a.m.

Chester Library

Preschool Story Time -- Tuesdays 10:30 am

Greenville Library

Baby Bounce Story Time -- First & Third Weds. of the month 10:30 a.m.
Preschool Story Time -- First & Third Tues. of the month 11:00 a.m.

Baby Bounce is aimed for kids 0-36 months old, Preschool is aimed for kids ages 3 and up, and Older Kids (currently unavailable) is aimed for kids ages 6-11.

Program includes stories, games, songs, and crafts.

Please see the Events page for any updates or changes to schedule, such as cancellations.

Links for Kids

Great websites for Kids
A list of great websites for kids, sponsored by the Association for Library Service to Children   (While the website is retired, the links available on it still work; it is just no longer being updated.)

AR Book Finder
Search for books with corresponding Accelerated Reader quizzes.
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Encyclopedia Britannica: A comprehensive interactive resource for research and learning for grades K-12. Includes correlations to CA Content Standards and other valuable teacher resources. Click on your corresponding school level. Opens in new window is a website dedicated to enriching every student’s reading experience. Check out Book Guides, Meet-the-Author movies, Vocabulary Lists, Build Your Own Booklists, and so much more.


ABCs of FireVirginia Tech’s Recovery Effort After Adult and Child Trauma (R.E.A.A.C.T.) Team created a helpful Guide to Fire Safety, Prevention, and Recovery.  (Please note some resources mentioned in the document are Virginia-based only.)

[Watch this space for more links to be added]