Services for Children – Books Are Just the Beginning!
The Children’s Services Department at the Durham Public Library is dedicated to fostering a love of reading and learning by offering a diverse array of books, audiovisual materials, toys and games, and fun and educational programs for children from birth to age 12.
From board books for babies to picture books, puzzles, and puppets, the Durham Public Library offers a variety of resources for young children that will entertain while helping them learn basic literacy skills.
Weekly storytimes are offered for children from birth to 5 years and special programs are offered periodically. Check our program schedule for a current list of events.
Looking for something to read? You’ve come to the right place! Easy readers, chapter books, graphic novels, non-fiction titles, and fiction both classic and brand new — the Durham Public Library has what you need to complete a homework assignment, learn a new skill, or just kick back with a good book. We have audiobooks and videos, too!
If it is something to do that you’re looking for, check out our fun programs, book discussion groups, and summer reading program.
The library staff is always happy to answer questions or help students find resources for school projects. Can’t make it to the library? The following resources can help:
- iConn Databases: There are a number of useful databases for students. You will need your library card to log in.
- B.J. Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper: Links to an extensive collection of free online education resources
- ConneCT Kids: Information on Connecticut
- IXL Math: Math practice for pre-K through geometry
For More Information, Contact: Christine Michaud, Children’s Librarian, (860) 349-9544 or firstname.lastname@example.org