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Congratulations to the Children's Library staff at the Brentwood Library!
In April 2013 Reading Rainbow named the Brentwood Library's Children's Library as third on the top ten children's libraries list. We are honored by the recognition and invite you to visit the Reading Rainbow's blog post.
Last year Livability.com choose our children's library as one of the top 10 children's libraries in the country. Libraries were selected based on their appealing spaces for children, full range of programs, large collections, new technologies, and proven success in getting kids to engage. We're so thrilled to be chosen for this honor! Click here to see the other libraries that made the list.
READ WITH LILY
Offered every first and third Monday of the month.
4:15 – 5:15 p.m.
Lily is a READing Paws dog and she loves to listen as children read stories to her. Whether your child needs practice reading aloud or they just love doing it, don’t miss this opportunity to meet Lily.
For more information or to register, call the Children’s Library at 371-0090 ext. 8380.
PRESCHOOL STORY TIMES
Preschool Story Time is held four times each week. Sessions last about 30 minutes and include stories, singing and crafts. Little visitors are welcome every Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 10:00 and 11:00.
- Saturday Family Story Time is held each Saturday at 10:30. The Morning Rotary Club presents the program once each month, and library staff present the others.
- Group visits are also welcome. We can plan a Story Time around the subject or theme your group is interested in. Please call or e-mail to make plans and schedule a session.
ELEMENTARY AGE PROGRAMS
The library is now offering programs for elementary age children.
A selection of periodicals for children is available for browsing. Periodicals cannot be removed from the library, but photocopy machines are available. The number of years of back-issues available varies according to the title. Contact the Children's Librarian for more information.
|TumbleBooks is a great new online service for kids! TumbleBooks are created by adding animation, sound, music and narration to create an electronic picture book which kids can read, or have read to them. There are games and puzzles that reinforce concepts from the book. They can even narrate and record their own TumbleBooks to send to friends and family!
| Check out these great new literary resources for children!!!
||Online resource that pairs video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to build a love of reading and learning. This engaging resource for grades PreK-3 will help early readers develop and practice essential reading skills and introduces students to a world of knowledge and exploration. To access BookFlix from within the library, click on the icon. To access it from home, click here and enter your library card number.
||Online resource that focuses on engaging subject-area content in science and social studies for students spanning grades 3-6. Watch videos, flip through books, explore content, and discover projects and activities. To access TrueFlix from within the library, click on the icon. To access it from home, click here and enter your library card number.
We can help with local school reading lists. Do you need to know what your child is supposed to read this summer? We can help, and we may even have an extra copy on hand!
- These lists of books will help parents and children find good reading material appropriate for the age of the child. If you need additional assistance selecting materials, just ask the staff in the Children's Library.
Books from Birth of Middle Tennessee
To register a preschool child (birth until their fifth birthday) of Davidson or Williamson County on-line, click on Books from Birth of Middle Tennessee Official Registration Form (one per child required).