Bring your newborn to the library! Research shows that encouraging reading in a child’s first five years can aid in brain development, and will help provide a foundation in language and and literacy skills. The North Liberty Library offers a wide range of children’s books and staff will help you discover new books for your child, broadening their worldview.
The North Liberty Library has several infant-friendly events, everything from storytime sessions for babies and families, to a variety of special events throughout the year.Baby Programs
The toddler years are a crucial time for brain development. Libraries provide a wide range of resources to support families and create an environment where toddlers can build their social, emotional, literacy, and language skills.
The North Liberty Library hosts several programs and events for toddlers throughout the year.Toddler Programs
The library is the perfect place to encourage school-age children to read. Reading increases a young child’s imagination, social and emotional skills, as well as literacy levels and vocabulary. Library programs where children read together or participate in storytime, are engaging, active environments. Plus, owning a library card teaches responsibility to young people.
Bring your K-6 student to the North Liberty Library all year for fun and engaging programs.K-6 Programs