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While the library is closed, we’ll be posting a new storytime video online each Tuesday morning. Here’s our first one!

Online literacy resources for families

ListenUp Vermont- audio and e-books

For ListenUp Vermont you will need to use your library card. Please get in touch if you need a card or your library card number by emailing us

Schedule of author read alouds and activities

Free kids’ audio books through Audible

KidLit TV

April is National Poetry Month! Check out some of these fun poetry resources:

Ken Nesbitt’s Poetry for Kids
21 Poems Kids Like
Poem in Your Pocket Day

Storytime–has moved online. New storytimes will be available each Tuesday morning. Click here for our first one!
Children’s Storytime for ages birth to 5 on Tuesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. and on Wednesday mornings at 10:30 a.m. A fantastic time to borrowbooks, enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays and rhymes!  With a “letter of the day” and a focus on one of the six early literacy skills, songs, crafts and the opportunity to meet new library friends!


Red Clover Storytime will be moved to an online platform. Participants will be emailed a link.
Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. through April 8th

Grades K-4

The Red Clover Award is a state-wide kids’ choice book award. 10 books are chosen every year to be voted on in the spring by kids from across the state. Our storytime focuses on one of the 10 nominated books each week, and includes a special project to explore the book in more depth. We end our 10 week session with a voting party to choose our favorite book for the year. Please contact the library to sign up your child. (802) 626-5475 or email

Zine-making Workshop with author Lassiter Williams–postponed

Wednesdays at 3:30
March 18
For ages 10 and up (focused on teens and tweens)

Lassiter Williams is an author and writing instructor who lives in the Northeast Kingdom.  Her YA novel, The Rage, was published in July of 2019. This workshop will cover basic story development, give kids the chance to share writing ideas and stories, and will result in each young writer creating their own unique zine. To sign up, please contact the library at (802) 626-5475 or email For more information on Lassiter Williams, visit

Check out some highlights from our 2019 Summer Reading Program!

Summer Reading Kick-off with magician Ed Popielarczyk

Moon rovers with Colleen Lariviere

Messy Play- Family Fun Night


Space jewelry

Float building for Stars and Stripes Parade

Studying moon rocks with Bobby Farlice-Rubio of the Fairbanks Museum, outside the portable planetarium

Heliand Consort family concert


Literacy Fair with Modern Times Theater




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