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Youth Services: Infant - Grade 8
Your Library plays a very important and active role in encouraging and developing an interest in lifelong literacy and learning. The goal of Youth Services is to serve the child, infant-age 5; student, grades K-8; and adult by providing and maintaining a collection of materials, offering assistance in readers services, retrieving information, and presenting programs to stimulate reading.
Youth Events (thru November)
Upcoming Events for Kids
Discover your Library out and about at businesses that partner with the Library. Stories will be shared, services highlighted and you may register for a library card. Already have a St. Charles library card? Show it to receive a special gift.
You are invited to hear stories at Creek Bend Nature Center at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve, located at 37W700 Dean Street. After the program, explore the Nature Center, walk the trails and enjoy nature at its best. Cosponsored with the Forest Preserve District of Kane County.
These story times are especially for children with autism, sensory processing or other developmental needs. The stories and activities will include sensory elements of repetitious language, music and movement to engage the child through age seven.
Bilingual Spanish Story Time is a sharing of books, fingerplays, activities and songs in both Spanish and English. We encourage the adult to participate with the child by serving as a role model, leading the child or showing him/her how to participate.
Durante los Cuentos en Español e Inglés compartiremos historias, juego de los dedos, actividades y canciones. Nosotros incentivamos la participación del adulto con su niño, sirviendo de modelo a seguir, guiando a su niño/niña como participar.