Parents & Teachers
Programs for Parents
Mom's Book Club
Wednesday, January 29 at 7:00p.m.
Enjoy conversation, relaxation, an evening out, and book discussion with other moms. Pick up a copy of What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty at the Youth Desk.
Baldwin's Parenting Resources:
The Youth Room has many resources for parents/caregivers and their children including:
- A Parenting Collection where parents and caregivers can find books on child development, discipline, and more.
- Parenting magazines
- Books, music, DVDs, CD ROMs and audio books for youth of all ages.
- A special collection of Braille books and books in foreign languages.
- Puppet and toy collections available for checkout.
Click on the links below to find out more information on parenting topics at the library:
Local Parenting Resources:
Click on the links below to find out more information on local parenting resources:
The Youth Room has many resources for teachers, including a special Teacher Resource Collection. Visit the Youth Room and ask a Librarian to show you the resources available to help you and your students!
Our Youth Librarians are available for class visits! If you would like your class to visit the Library or a Librarian to visit your class, contact the Youth Room for more information or to set up a date and time. We will be happy to design a visit specifically to your needs. Our ongoing outreach programs include the following:
Preschool Visits - Enjoy a special story time here or let us come to you.
First Grade First Card - First graders enjoy a special story time, an orientation on using their library card and the Youth Room resources, and a complimentary beginning reader provided by a generous gift of The Friends of the Library. Come to us or we will be happy to bring the library to you in your classroom.
Historical Tour - Enhance the curriculum by having a special tour highlighting the history of the library and the accomplishments of Martha Baldwin. Call for an appointment.
Fifth Grade Research Skills - Get ready for Middle School by seeing all of the research tools the library has to offer. Visit includes using databases, a tour of reference materials, catalog searching, and help researching pre-assigned topics. Internet safety is also addressed.
Teachers: Please let us know about your assignments so we can help parents and students when they come to the Library. If you alert us, we will post the information about the assignment, gather materials together, and help guide students to appropriate material. Give us a call!