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2018 Lego night event, kids working on a table with adults assisting

The Tri-City library offers a variety of services beyond just books to help engage and entertain children.  Wether it's finding a perfect book, browsing our DVD collection or firing up one of our xboxes for a quick game, we have something for every child.  More details about the programs and activities coming up relating to our kids programs can be found below along with news items for parents of young children.

During the summer this will also be the location for our summer reading lists to keep everyone imagining the world within the pages during that long stretch between June and August. Please signup for our email newsletter as well to get proactive emails regarding our programs and our monthly newsletter regarding all the activities going on at the library.



Recommended Reading (Kids)

This months featured review

There are no bears in this bakery
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There are no bears in this bakery

by Julia Sarcone-Roach

This clever tale about an orange cat named Muffin who watches over a bakery, could not be more charming! While perusing the outside of the bakery one night, Muffin hears strange sounds coming from the backroom and discovers a surprise visitor.

The teacher in me loves the descriptive language and the skillful use of onomatopoeia and similes in this book, so I was thrilled when my children asked to read it again and again. They were immediately drawn in by the engaging illustrations and adored the comical ending. This entertaining read aloud is sure to be a hit in both classrooms and homes.

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News

New collection of "STEM" books added to the Library

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

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The Tri-City Public Library has recently added a significant number of books for kids K-12 on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) books. Most of the titles were selections from the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) "Best STEM Books" for 2018 and 2019.

The books range from picture books to young adult non-fiction on a wide range of topics such as astronomy, nature, biographies of scientists and doctors, mathematics, engineering and computing. There are also science-based fiction books for young readers to encourage curiosity about science and related topics.

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Want to give other readers your recommendation?

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We need your help in letting others know what to read.  If you have read a good book or seen a good movie and think you can give us a well written review, without giving away all it's secrets, then please click "Read More" and fill out our featured reader form.  With your parents permission submit your name and information about the book you read and if selected you and your review will be featured in the "Kids" section of the website.  This is just one way that we want to make this section all about you and what you're interested in!

Tea is for more than drinking

Making Matcha Green Tea Play Dough

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Everyone loves play dough, but sometimes it's even more fun to make your own.  this article goes into the details on how to create a safe natural play dough using Matcha green tea for a coloring agent. It's a perfect sensory playtime activity for younger children, and the older kids can be involved in making the play dough and learn a little about working in the kitchen.  Simple instructions along with a helpful video make this the perfect "how-to" for entertaining kids.

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