For Kids

Storytime

Virtual Story Time

Join Ms. Nicole, Brary Bear, and friends as they bring children’s books to life through puppet shows, skits, songs, and dances.

Virtual Toddler Storytime w/ Miss Alaysia

Geared toward, but not limited to friends ages 2+. This weekly program will include singing, talking, reading, writing, and playing with  Miss Alaysia.

Virtual Bookshelves

Interactive pages with genre lists and recommended reading links for different levels. These Virtual bookshelves are created and curated by our Youth Services Library Staff.

Wonder Time. Shows a close up view of a library robot toy.
Wonder Time To-Go

Program-to-go bags will be available at the 2nd floor desk each week while supplies last. “Wonder” about something new each week. Geared toward (but not limited to) ages 6-14.


Scholastic Teachables

Worksheets, lesson plans, learning games, and more! Find printable activities for any subject: math, science, reading comprehension, writing, and more. Download printable lesson plans, reading passages, games and puzzles.


Hoopla

Access to thousands of e-books, audiobooks, movies, TV, and more.

Blurb

Juvenile Fiction Newsletter

A monthly newsletter for readers who enjoy juvenile fiction. Book news and reviews, writing activities, weird words, strange stories, and much more.


Accelerated Reader

Get access to AR BookFind as well as your school’s AR information.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten logo.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Start Reading Today!

The McCracken County Public Library is a participant in the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten movement!


Novelist K-8

A fiction database designed with a bright, appealing layout, designed especially for elementary and middle schools.


These in-person Library programs have been suspended until further notice.

A toddler reads while a pet therapy dog looks on.
Love on a Leash

Third Tuesday each month, 6:30pm

Children will be able to practice their reading skills to the patient and lovable pet therapy dogs from Love on a Leash.

Family Game Night. A child plays a board game.
Family Game Night

Thursday from 5-8pm

Bring the whole family to play board games at the library. Also, you can learn Chess or Mahjong.

Creation Station. A child creates something with building toys.
Creation Station

Saturdays from 1-4pm

Join us in the 2nd floor conference room and let your imagination run wild with our collection of S.T.E.A.M. toys.


Youth Services
Extensions: 122 or 150
Email: [email protected]

Materials and programs for infants, toddlers, children, and teens.