The Children’s Library
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The Summer Reading Game is OPEN! Earn prizes for reading.
Welcome to the Children's Library!
Located on the second floor of the library, we have books, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks, magazines, programs, friendly librarians, & more!
Can kids get library cards, too?
Bronxville children of any age can receive a library card. The age at which they get a card is at the discretion of their parents. All that is required is a parent’s/guardian’s identification showing proof of address and their signature on the application form. Click here for more information.
Do adults need to stick around?
Parents or caregivers are responsible for their children’s behavior. Parents or caregivers may not leave a child under the age of 9 unattended at any time and must make arrangements to pick-up older children at closing.
We have added over 90 children’s ebooks to our collection covering a range of non-fiction subjects and literature classics. Click here to log in with your Bronxville Library card, and start reading today!
Password: public library
Check here for lists of songs & rhymes used in our baby storytime programs!
Our caterpillars became beautiful painted lady butterflies!
Click through our slideshow to view their transformation.
1,000 Books before Kindergarten
Early literacy is what children know about reading or writing before they can actually read and write.
The development of language and literacy begins at birth, with parents and caregivers serving as a child’s first teacher.
Support the lifelong learning process! Enroll your child in our 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program. Participants will earn a free tote bag, book, & more! For more info or to sign up, ask at the children’s reference desk.
Fun, Educational, and Safe websites for Kids:
Media Literacy Resources
Tools to identify fake news:
Battle of the Books!
Battle of the Books is a book-based trivia tournament for Westchester youth. The 4th Annual Tournament will take place on October 21, 2017. Wish our team luck!!
In the world of libraries, few things capture the heart as thoroughly as a children's book. Reading opens doors to other places and times, worlds and creatures. It helps us understand the here and now, putting words to emotions we feel and to experiences we share.
What is Early Literacy?
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Below are lists of great children’s books to get you started. Whether reading them for the first time or rediscovering favorites, these books are certain to become as cherished as an old friend. Read them for your own pleasure, or share them with someone you love. And remember, imagination has no limits!