|Children’s Programs||TumbleBooks- eBooks for eKids!||Wiggle, Giggle Rhymes|
|Children’s Email List Serve||Online Resources||Leveled Reading|
|Kid’s e-Books||Program Pictures and Videos||Summer e-Logs|
|Clisby’s Crafting Projects|
Children’s programs at the Pawling Library include a comprehensive offering of weekly and monthly literacy activities for children birth to grade 4. For more information on what is being offered right now, check out our calendar. You can also check out our Winter Programs Guide.
Check out TumbleBooks- a huge collection of children’s eBooks, book videos, read alongs, and puzzles and games!
Continue having fun at home with our bouncing rhymes!
Interested in receiving important information about upcoming programming sessions and other free opportunities for children and families at our library? It’s easy! Simply complete the brief sign up and add firstname.lastname@example.org to your approved contacts list.
Here’s where we’ve gathered resources to help you and your child.
Choosing the right book is easier when you know where to start. This list groups chapter books by their reading level, so you can quickly find a title that is just right for your reader.
This is a new separate environment that contains juvenile titles, categorized by reading level, genre or material type.
See our home grown photo-movies taken at children’s programs right here at the Pawling Library!
Allison Clisby took on the challenge of running crafting classes for her Silver Girl Scout Award. Directions for those projects are now available here!
Keep track of books your child is reading. Our new Super Hero logs are a great way to inspire your child to read and feel good about their growing list of titles.
This is a great summer reading motivator for kids.