A playground of its own, the library offers programming and events to educate and entertain, designed just for kids.
- Every Child Ready to Read
A national program offering simple tips for parents and caregivers to develop early literacy skills in children birth to age 5.
- Accelerated Reader
A website to help find accelerated reader information and books.
- Overdrive for Kids – Fiction & Nonfiction
- Britannica Online for Kids
Middle school and high school students are encouraged to use the library through special programs geared just to them.
Stay curious and informed by participating in library programming and events, just for adults. The following services are aimed to help you find titles that fit your interests.
- NPR: Books
National Public Radio has author interviews on pod-casts, book reviews and more.
- Talking Volumes
Multimedia regional book club sponsored by the Star Tribune, Minnesota Public Radio, and the Loft.
- New York Times: Book Reviews
Search book reviews since 1981.
- Stop, You’re Killing Me!
Here’s a spot to die for if you love mysteries!
- MN Writes, MN Reads
For writers interested in easy-to-use, free resources for publishing and sharing e-books, and for readers interested in discovering books by local writers.