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News and Announcements for Logan Library Children
Afterschool Activity: Chess and a Craft!

Join us for the Logan Library's Children's Chess Club! For beginners and experienced players. Learn how to play chess or play with someone new.

For those who aren't into chess, we're also going to be making paper bracelets. This is a challenging but fun craft for kids, ages 8-up. (Younger children will need help to do this craft.)

Thursday, February 22
3:30 PM
Lake Bonneville Room
Posted by Logan Library - Children's Chat on Tuesday, 20 February 2018
Registration is open for Preschool Storytime

Pre-School Storytime is a 30 minute program for children ages 3 to 5, which introduces them to books, reading, and the library.

The Logan Library holds five preschool storytime sessions each week:

11:00 AM on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday
1:00 PM on Tuesday or Wednesday

Click HERE to register for the session you would like to attend.

You may register your child for one block of Storytime (you will need to re-register for the next block). This block of Storytime begins February 27-March 1 and will last 5 weeks. See the storytime schedule here.
Posted by Logan Library - Children's Chat on Thursday, 15 February 2018

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Children's Library Services
The Logan Library provides many programs and services for Children.

Storytime and Toddler Time
Information about our storytime program for children ages 3-5 and our program for toddlers ages 18-35 months.
Spanish Storytime / Hora del Cuento
Spanish-Language storytimes are held every Wednesday in the Logan Library's Lake Bonneville Room. Children of all ages and their parents are invited to attend.
After School Activity Programs
Information about our weekly After School Activity Program for children ages 5-11.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
A fun, exciting, and free way to start your child on the path to success! Any child ages birth to five years can participate.
Children's Catalog
A special catalog just for children.
Children's Booklists
Recommended fiction and nonfiction reading for children.


Fun Web Sites and Homework Helps
Featured databases and websites

Homework Helps

  • Mad Sci Network - An excellent place to find science information on the WWW, this site includes links to lots of places to find science fair information as well as information on a variety of science topics.
  • Jishka Homework Help - This website has information in a lot of different subject areas, including "today's popular topics."

Online Research by Subject

  • Websites, article databases, electronic books and more organized by subject.

Fun Websites for Kids

  • NASA Kids Club - There are numerous activities and games at this site, as well as information. One game allows people to calculate how much they would weigh on the other planets and the moon, and how old they would be on another planet where years might be much shorter or longer than they are on Earth. The activities include Space Art, games, coloring activities and jokes. Kids can join the NASA Club for Kids here.
  • Dinosaur sites - A list of great sites about dinosaurs compiled by the Logan Library

What Happened on Your Birthday?

  • Websites to help you discover historic events occurring on the day you were born.

More Homework Helps More Fun Web Sites


NoveList K-8 Plus
A database about books specifically for younger readers.

Recommended Children's Book

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Hervé Tullet

This interactive picture book is brilliant in its simplicity. It starts with a simple yellow dot in the middle of a blank page and the instructions "press here." When you turn the page, interesting things have happened to the dot.

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