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Did you know the Library has all kinds of free programs and resources to help you have fun with your grandchildren? Check out our program calendar for a complete list of times and locations.


Enjoy Books with Your Grandchildren


Tips for a Successful Visit with Your Grandchildren

  • Bring your library card, the child's card, or the parent's card. (We can't look up a parent's library card so a child can check out materials.) If you don't have a library card, it's easy to get one. Just use our online application. A parent or legal guardian must be present for a child to apply for a library card.
  • Ask the Children's Librarian for reading, listening, and viewing recommendations. We're here to help!
  • Attend a storytime or other program. Prepare to be entertained by and with your grandchild.

Being a Grandparent

Recommended Reading

To find more titles, try searching our catalog with one of these subject headings:

Websites

  • Grandparenting. This AARP resource covers all grandparenting issues, from lighthearted to serious.
  • Grandparents.com. Activities, news, toy and gift reviews, and expert advice—just for grandparents.

You’ll find more related websites in Sites by Subject, a directory of websites maintained by library staff.

Places to Go (Beyond the Library!)


Raising Your Grandchildren

Raising a second family? Find the legal, benefits, and policy information you need as your grandchild's primary caregiver.

Recommended Reading

Websites


Still Need Help?

The Ask a Librarian page lists all the different ways you can get assistance!

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