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The Youth Services Department

Youth Services Black History display

In honoring Black History Month, we’ll have very worthwhile books available in the Children’s Department.  The wide variety on display will highlight biographies, history, novels, poetry and music.  Check them out!

HeartThe books to celebrate Valentine’s Day will be ready to share in the library or to check out to enjoy at home.  And of course we will have our annual exhibit of stories that touch the heart.

It’s still winter so curl up with a good book and a teddy bear.  We can then read teddy bear stories together.

Join us on Saturday afternoons for board games and puzzles.  We’ll also have coloring sheets, word searches, and crossword puzzles on the topics of Black History, Valentine’s Day, and teddy bears!Tell All the Children Our Story: Memories and Mementos of Being Young and Black in America by Tonya Bolden

Tell All the Children Our Story: Memories and Mementos of Being Young and Black in America by Tonya Bolden
JUV/973.1496/BOL

Fort Moses and the Story of the Man of Build the First Free Black Settlement in Colonial America by Glennette Tilley Turner
JUV/975.918/TUR

Ida B. Wells: Let the Truth Be Told by Walter Dean Myers
JUV/921/WELWake Up Our Souls: A Celebration of Black American Artists by Tonya Bolden

Wake Up Our Souls: A Celebration of Black American Artists by Tonya Bolden
JUV/704.039/BOL

The Riches of Oseola McCarty by Evelyn Coleman
JUV/921/MCC

Powerful Words: More Than 200 Years of Extraordinary Writing by African Americans edited by Wade Hudson
JUV/081.089/HUD

Harlem Stomp: A Cultural History of the Harlem Renaissance by Laban Carrick HillHarlem Stomp: A Cultural History of the Harlem Renaissance by Laban Carrick Hill
JUV/810.989/HIL

Jazz A-B-Z: An A to Z Collection of Jazz Portraits by Wynton Marsalis
JUV/811.6/MAR

   
                     
    Other websites for kids:   IPL Kidspace   Fact Monster   Homework Helpers    
                                                 
   

Click here to visit All Kids, an Illinois healthcare program for supplying health insurance for Illinois' children. For more answers to questionsYouth Services entrance regarding this program, please click here for the All Kids booklet.

Para leer acera All Kids en Español, oprima aqui.

Find a Book is an online tool that allows children and parents to search for books that are at the child’s reading level.  Searches can beperformed in English or Spanish.

Kids.gov is a beneficial website for students and teachers.  Children from kindergarten through 8th grade can use Kids.gov to find help with their homework, view educational videos, learn about the government, and play games.  Teachers can find lesson plans for their daily activities. 

Please take a look at the Kid's Health website by the Nemours Foundation.

   
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