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Children's New York Times Best Sellers

New York Times Children's Picture Books

Don't know which picture book to read next to your children? Browse the New York Times Best Seller Children's Picture Books list.

New York Times Best Sellers Middle Grade Books

Check out the New York Times Best Seller Middle Grade book list.

New Kids Books

Listen to this week’s Dial-A-Story online

Virtual Children’s Programming!Virtual Children’s Programming!

Visit the YCLD Facebook, opens a new window for virtual children’s programming!
Visit the YCLD Facebook, opens a new window for virtual children’s programming!

Read, Watch, Listen!

Things for Kids to Watch

Kids Book Lists


Learn more about Wonderbooks and how to check them out from the library! Wonderbooks are print books for children with ready-to-play audiobooks inside. Children can read along with the actual story and then switch over to learning mode to further engage with the story they just read.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Parents/legal guardians of youth 17 and younger can obtain a library card for their child by showing valid photo I.D. and providing their signature.
  • Guest passes are not issued to anyone under the age of 18. In order for kids and teens younger than 18 to use an Internet-enabled computer, they must have a library card in their own name.

  • Children under the age of 10 must be supervised at all times by a parent or a caregiver who is 16 years old or older.

  • Monthly calendars are available online and can be picked up in person from any branch. Each branch offers different programs, so be sure to check those calendars for what is happening where you live.

  • Unlike school libraries, most public libraries don't separate their books by grade level. We use the Dewey Decimal system to arrange non-fiction, and fiction is usually shelved alphabetically by author's last name.

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