Kids and families

The library brings families together in a safe, welcoming space that all can enjoy. Find activities, tools, and materials for every member of the family.

Wildfire resources for kids and families

Many young people react to trauma in different ways than adults do. We’ve put together a list of resources to help guide conversations with children surrounding disasters like the wildfires we recently faced in southern Oregon and along much of the west coast of the Unites States.

Learn to help children cope with emergencies, ease stress, understand common reactions, and more.

Early Learning Institute
Tips for Parents and Teachers learn more
Center for Disease Control
Read about caring for children in a disaster. learn more
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Learn how to help children cope with trauma. learn more

Recommended reading

Dive into our curated recommendations of ebooks, audiobooks, blogs, and more.

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Online learning resources

Our librarians have curated a collection of fun, engaging, educational online learning resources for kids and families.

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Parent resources

We all want our children to grow up happy and healthy. The library can help.

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Early literacy

Explore resources to learn about how you can help your child develop their early literacy skills in everyday life.

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Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

Sign up your child to receive a free, age-appropriate book in the mail each month!

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Check out virtual storytime with our Wolf Creek branch manager while library facilities are closed due to health concerns.

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