Kids Page

Art Contest

The Conflict Resolution Day Bookmark Art Contest is back for 2017!
The Dispute Resolution Center of Montgomery County seeks entries for its contest, which is open to all Montgomery County students in grades K - 8. To Enter: Use the Art Contest Template below to create your work of art and submit it by 5:00 PM September 29, 2017. For more information, please click on the Contest Rules link.
Art Contest Template      Contest Rules      En Español

For Parents:

Children at the Library (About our policies)

Helpful Resources

Library Services
(Printable handout of what the library has to offer!)

Kid Reads

Our Kid Reads page shows off some of our newest books for Kids.


Story Time is offered at several branches. Check our online calendar for dates and times.

Find kid-friendly websites and databases to help with homework and homeschooling in several school subjects.

Reading Lists &
Award Books


Grades PreK - 3.
Hundreds of books with interactive features meant to reinforce early reading skills and build a love of reading.


Request personalized book recommendations for all ages and reading levels from our experienced staff!


Talking picture books, read-along books, games, videos and more!


¡Libros parlantes, ilustrados, libros de lectura, juegos, vídeos y mucho más!


Thousands of ebooks and digital audiobooks for kids are available for checkout


Hoopla provides access to streaming Children's Music and audiobooks.


Browse and search by popular topics. Designed to support student research.


Reading Resources

Recursos para niños en Español


Checkout the Launchpad tablet from your branch.
(Checkout Policy)

Children in the Library are the responsibility of their parents at all times. The Library has neither the staff nor the legal authority to supervise children in the library.

It is tempting to believe the library is a haven that your child can visit without worrying about safety. A library is a public building, open to all. Please use the same precautions for insuring your child’s safety that you would in any other public location. Children under the age of 13 should not be left unattended in the library.  

Children under 13 must have a parent, caregiver or guardian over the age of 18  in the immediate vicinity of and in visual contact with the child. If a child is found inside the Library without a parent, caregiver or guardian they will be considered unattended.

At closing, if a child who is 17 years old or younger is left unattended in the library and a guardian cannot be contacted or does not arrive within 30 minutes, law enforcement officials will be contacted.