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STORYTIMES

Baby Storytime
Wednesday, 11 a.m.
Gum Spring Library

Baby Storytime
Wednesday, 11 a.m.
Rust Library

Preschool Storytime
Wednesday, 11 a.m.
Brambleton Library

Family Storytime
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.
Brambleton Library

Preschool Storytime
Thursday, 10 a.m.
Cascades Library

Toddler Storytime
Thursday, 10 a.m.
Gum Spring Library

Toddler Storytime
Thursday, 10 a.m.
Rust Library

UPCOMING EVENTS

Baby Storytime
Wednesday, 11 a.m.
Gum Spring Library

Baby Storytime
Wednesday, 11 a.m.
Rust Library

Preschool Storytime
Wednesday, 11 a.m.
Brambleton Library

Family Storytime
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.
Brambleton Library

Wednesday Wind Down
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Lovettsville Library

Preschool Storytime
Thursday, 10 a.m.
Cascades Library

Toddler Storytime
Thursday, 10 a.m.
Gum Spring Library

DATABASES & HOMESCHOOL RESOURCES

Make sure kids enter school ready to learn. Studies show that reading aloud to children from birth helps strengthen language skills and build vocabulary: two important tools for kindergarten readiness.

Visit any branch! Library staff will sign up parents and caregivers, and provide reading logs to track your progress. Click here for a printable log book.

To keep families motivated, there are rewards at the 100, 500, and 1000-book levels.

Reading to children in the early years develops the building blocks for language, reading and writing.  Click here for a printable guide.

The children’s section of the  Federal Depository Library Program's Basic Digitial Collection of Core U.S. Government Resources.

An online resource that pairs video storybooks with related eBooks to build a love of reading.

Offers unlimited access to thousands of digital comics, graphic novels and manga.  Titles can be downloaded to multiple devices.

Topical and biographical entries about the history and culture of Virginia. Entries are accompanied by primary documents and media objects, including images, audio and visual clips, and virtual tours of historic sites. Provided by the Library of Virginia.

(Formerly Kids InfoBits) Kid-friendly access to reference sources, newspapers, and magazine articles. Best for Grades K-5.

An all-in-one suite of tutoring services designed for students of any age, whether it’s tackling a tough homework problem, mastering a particular topic, or writing a paper. HelpNow services include expert academic tutoring and self-study tools to empower users to study at their own pace or collaborate with peers and teachers. A full-service test center offers practice tests for all levels in math, reading, and writing as well as college preparatory tests — including the SAT. Live tutoring is available seven days a week from 2 to 11 p.m.

This collection from Infobase includes clips from thousands of fun and informative video and audio titles on topics including music and arts, animals, sports and hobbies, math and science, history, reading, plus hundreds of educational interactives — kid-safe and ad-free.

A new database of over 2,000 digital books in World Languages, that allows kids to enjoy the magic of books in LOTE (Languages Other Than English). Each book also comes with English translations to help kids learn languages.

Designed specifically for public libraries, this database provides full-text magazines, reference books and primary source documents. It also includes an extensive image collection containing photos, maps and flags.

Reading recommendations in fiction and nonfiction for kids in grades K-8, and a great source for author and series information.

Loudoun County Public Library is dedicated to providing a welcoming environment that encourages children to visit the library, attend programs, and use library collections and spaces. Library staff is available to assist and support children in using the Library. However, Library staff cannot provide child care or assume responsibility for children’s safety. Parents, guardians, teachers, and caregivers are responsible for the behavior and safety of children on library premises.

  • Children nine years of age or younger must be attended and directly supervised at alltimes by a parent/guardian or caregiver aged 13 or older. Parents/guardians/caregiversare to remain in the immediate vicinity of their children using the library.
  •  If children nine years of age or younger are left unattended, staff will attempt to reach their parents/guardians. If they cannot be reached, staff will contact the appropriate authorities.
  • Like all customers, children are expected to abide by the Rules of Conduct (see policy 11). Staff reserves the right to contact parents/guardians or the appropriate authorities if a child of any age is disruptive or is in distress.
  • Minors under age 18, left at the library without transportation at closing time may bereferred to the appropriate authorities for his/her safety and well-being. Library staff may not transport minors.

One search box opens up a world of information. Internal links help you follow research leads, while informative videos, text to speech, and reading level guides ensure that all students can find information suited to their needs.