Check out some of these new books featuring all kinds of experiments and activities for kids to try out. From the kitchen to the yard to the garage, these fresh experiments and recipes (and beautifully designed books) will inspire kids to try something new!
Join on Wednesday afternoons from 2:30 - 3:30 pm to unleash your imagination, create, and explore! The activity on May 15 will be an arts & crafts project and May 22 will be STEM-based. DIY Idea Lab will then take a break for the summer, but stay posted for lots of other hands-on acti
May 2019: Ron's Big Mission by Rose Blue and Corinne J. Naden. Check out the library's monthly book pick and accompanying discussion questions to foster conversation about diversity and difference between caregivers and kids. Take the book home to read and discuss with your family, or
Join us for one of our two lunch book discussions for kids! The next Ravenous Readers for kids in grades K through 3 is on Saturday, May 11 and the next Literary Lunch for kids in grades 3 through 5 is on Saturday, May 18. Please register ahead of time so we can make sure to order eno
Know someone looking for kids' books written in Vietnamese? Send them to us! For the next few months, the Reading Public Library is hosting a deposit of kids' books in Vietnamese from the Boston Public Library.
Thursday, May 16 @ 4:00 - 6:00 pm. Create your own short animated films using digital animation software, such as Stykz and OpenToonz! This class is great for all levels of experience. Taught by our friends from EMPOW Studios, this class is for students in Grades 3 - 5. Registration r
Thursday, May 9 @ 4:00 - 6:00 pm. Kids in Grades 3 - 5! Come and create with our friends from EMPOW Studios! Students then learn to use digital animation software, such as Stykz, to create their own short animated films. Registration required.
Thursday, May 2 @ 4:00 - 6:00 pm. Scratch the surface of programming with Scratch! Developed by M.I.T, the Scratch platform is one of the most engaging ways to teach kids to code. Students learn the basics of computer programming by arranging puzzle-like blocks into lines of code in a
April 2019: Something Beautiful by Sharon Dennis Wyeth. Check out the library's monthly book pick and accompanying discussion questions to foster conversation about diversity and difference between caregivers and kids. Take the book home to read and discuss with your family, or togeth