Foster a lifelong love of reading with books for young readers about the most magical, wonderful places in the world... libraries! And we're not just saying that because we work at one. ;-)
These short novels are less than 200 pages long and a great transition for beginning readers who are maturing out of leveled reader books. Recommended for children ages 5-8.
March is Women's History Month, but if you're reading this in April, May or any other month, don't click away! It's always a good time to learn about the contributions that women have made to our world. Inspire girls and boys to dream, dare and make a difference with these books celebrating the accomplishments of women throughout history.
Ready for basketball's March Madness? Gearing up for the Major League Baseball all star game this summer? We've got lots of sports-themed novels at the library that will leave you ready for the big game all year round!
Rediscover fairy tales and folktales with these fun adaptations featuring unique and clever twists! Recommended for ages 8-12.
Meet important, interesting people throughout history in the pages of books about black pioneers, photographers, artists, musicians, magicians, inventors, innovators and more influential figures.
Kids love the challenge and fun of finding hidden objects in pictures. Check out our search and find puzzle books! Don't forget to sign-in to Flipster with your library card for the classic Hidden Pictures puzzles of High Five (ages 2-6) and Highlights (ages 6-12) magazine.
Fantasy for kids! Featuring children's classics, popular bestsellers, and new releases. Recommended for children ages 8-12.
Check out these graphic novels featuring some of your favorite characters from TV and movies! Recommended for ages 8-12.
Who says a time machine doesn't exist? These great historical fiction reads for tweens can take you on a trip to the past to see our nation being built from the ground up.
Check out these books featuring some of your favorite characters from TV and movies! Recommended for ages 8-12.
Many different people from many parts of the United States and beyond comprise the group of people called Native Americans. The books below are a small sampling of their rich and diverse lore. For more stories, please click here for another Native American Legends and Tales booklist.
This collection of books and audiovisual materials celebrates America's cultural diversity and patriotism, including stories of immigration. Recommended for children ages 4-8.
I know what you're thinking... science and math and Thanksgiving?! What's the connection? Learn about the chemistry of cooking, the importance of math and measurements and whip up some delicious experiments in the kitchen this Thanksgiving.
Are you looking for books that are only slightly spooky? Or perhaps you'd prefer silly and sometimes sweet -- rather than scary -- monster books for your little one. Enjoy these monstrously good reads featuring not-so-scary monsters, vampires, zombies and more!
Horses are beautiful and intriguing animals. And if you love horses and cannot get enough of them, you may be known as horse-crazy! This list includes children's picture books, young readers, classic horse stories, newer endearing stories and a few non-fiction titles. The Alvin Sherman Library children's collection also includes books on specific breeds of horses that can be found in the call number area of J 636.1.
Do words matter? What happens when someone uses angry words or does not tell the truth? How do kind words like "please" and "thank you" help others? This selection of children's books showcases the power of words. Recommended for ages 3-6.
This booklist was inspired by a list created by the Association for Library Services to Children (ALSC) to share the message of creating unity, acting with kindness toward others, and promoting peace. For more books about peace, see our Peace Begins With Me booklist.