Older kids can watch this video to help them make their own finger puppets.Read More
Each Tuesday, June 15th through August 3rd, we will have a different “Take & Make” activity for you to pick up from the lower level Youth HELP desk.
When it comes to crafts, we’re not horsing around. HighTAIL it to the Youth floor so you can get your paws on them.
One per child, while supplies last (so you can’t be shellfish).Read More
The PDL Youth Summer Connection (formally the youth summer reading program) will be virtual again this summer!
Register through Beanstack! (or the Beanstack Tracker App)
We will have weekly take & make crafts, a scavenger hunt, a social media challenge and so much more!Read More
Reading Buddies is a fun program that pairs young new readers (grades K – 3) with a teen buddy for read aloud practice and reading fun. This summer’s program will be held over Zoom on four Monday evenings July 12 – August 2. In each session, the buddies will be selecting books online to share together. Each session will end with some words-based fun with the whole group.
Parents – Register your child for the July 12 session using this youth signup. They will automatically be signed up for the remaining three sessions on July 19, July 26 and August 2.Read More
This summer, because we can’t do it in person, we are offering “Babytime” in a bag!
Register your baby for an awesome bag with a board book, toy, booklist and more. We have even included our favorite animal themed rhymes, songs and finger plays for babies.
One per child, while supplies last.Read More
Take a picture of your young reader sharing a book with an animal and post it to social media. Tag us and use #PDLTales2Tails.
No pet? No problem! Stuffed animals and shelter animals enjoy books too. You can even snap a pic with our stuffies on the Youth floor.
Send your pictures to email@example.com and we’ll put them on our website. See all submissions here.Read More
Check out Early Literacy Tips every Sunday on our Facebook page!
They will then be added to our Early Literacy Tips page right here on the Youth Page. Just look for the button on the right.
Each tip will give simple practices for parents & caregivers to help develop early literacy skills from birth to age 5.Read More
Plymouth District Library is participating the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program by offering stickers and bookmarks when you come in and show us your reading/listening log. You can come in each time you reach 100, 200, 300, etc.Read More
Enjoy book recommendations tailored to you and your family’s individual preferences. You can log and keep track of what you are reading, as well as a variety of age appropriate booklists. You can have all your family members under one easy to use account.Read More