The Youth Services Department is committed to serving the community as a family literacy center. Our fiction and non-fiction book collections include selections for all levels of reading skills. Our Parent Collection incorporates family issue and parental interest materials. The Youth Services Department offers family-friendly audio books, magazines, music, and DVDs as well as access to computers for homework and educational game use.
We also offer a wide variety of dynamic, educational programs that are designed to encourage children’s creativity and enhance their love of reading.
Our friendly and knowledgeable Children’s Department staff is eager to assist you with your informational needs. Don’t know what to read? Our experienced staff will recommend quality authors and literature for your enjoyment. Come visit today!
We have lots of fun activities coming up this week! Remember, space is limited, so call ahead to reserve a spot for your child! If you signed up your child for a program, and he or she cannot make it, kindly call to let us know. Our phone number is 631-692-6820. Monday, July 6 Superhero […]read more...
We are super excited that Summerfest, our Summer Reading Kick-Off Carnival, will be held THIS Thursday, June 25, from 5-7pm in the Library upper parking lot. (Raindate is Friday, June 26) There will be: * Petting Zoo * Obstacle Course * Face Painting * Cotton Candy * Spin Art * Popcorn * Bounce House * […]read more...
Since the 3D printer will be at the library until June 29th, we are currently taking requests for items to be printed. We have a form upstairs in the children’s department, where you can select a color and an object. After three days, you can return to the library and take your item home. Items […]read more...
The 3D printer (on loan from SCLS) is on display in the Children’s Room until June 29th. Every day we will be printing exciting little objects – come and see!read more...
Did you know that March is Women’s History Month? We have some wonderful books on display in the Children’s Department. Check those out, and the highlighted titles below! Cooper, Ilene. A Woman in the House (and Senate): How Women Came to the United States Congress, Broke Down Barriers, and Changed the Country. 2014. Tracing the […]read more...
We are pleased to announce the winners and honors for the 2015 ALA Youth Media Awards! Newbery Medal Books: Winner : The Crossover by Kwame Alexander. Honor: El Deafo by Cece Bell Honor: Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson Caldecott Medal Books: Winner: The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend by Dan Santat Honor: Nana […]read more...