Come read, play and grow with us!
Our newly updated play space offers fun, enriching activities geared towards children up to age five. Stretch imagination and build early literacy skills with a variety of toys and puzzles, connect with other children and caregivers, or cozy up for some one-on-one book-sharing.
See more photos of our new play space here!
Looking for a book? Need homework help? Want to sign up for a storytime or STEAM program? Come ask us—we are here to help!
You never know what exciting STEAM or literary school-age or preschool projects might "pop up" in our brand-new Pop-Up Program area. Tables are available for homework and tutors, too.
With four public iPads featuring curated apps and four public desktop computers specifically reserved for children, we help serve as Digital Media Mentors.
Whether you need a homework or technology break, or just something fun to do while you're here, check out our rotating collection of Maker Kits for school-age kids and discover something new.
Look for us out in the community, too!
From the La Grange Farmers' Market and special classroom visits to Mobile Book Bins across our community, Children's Services is always looking for ways to bring the library closer to you.
Let us know how we can partner with you!
Week of April 1 - Storytimes Resume
Our programs are open to children of all abilities. To request special accommodations, please call the Children's Services Desk, or email Patti Eaton, Children's Services Assistant Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
by Lesa Cline-Ransome
Langston must move from Alabama to Chicago, Illinois with his father after his mother's death in 1946. Langston is lonely in his new surroundings, and to make things worse, he's tormented by bullies. However, one thing provides a refuge: the library that allows and celebrates all people. It also introduces him to another Langston, poet Langston Hughes. Hughes' poetry allows Langston to keep his… Continue