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News and Announcements for Logan Library Children
Toddler Time!

Every Wednesday morning in July, from 11:05 to 11:25.

While the older children are attending the Summer Reading Program Science Storytime, bring the little ones (age 3 and under) to Toddler Time! We will have songs, fingerplays, and VERY SHORT stories for toddlers to enjoy.

Toddler Time is held in the Library's Reading Corner, next to the Picture Books.

Posted by Logan Library - Children's Chat on Thursday, 19 June 2014

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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.
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

  • IPL Science Resource Guide - From the Internet Public Library, pages on how to do a science fair project, samples of completed projects, ideas for projects, magazine articles on different areas of science, and resources to help complete a science fair project.

Online Research by Subject

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

Fun Websites for Kids

  • Space Kids - There are numerous pictures of outer space at this site and an exploration guide for Mars, a tour of the Solar System and Space News for kids.
  • Star Journey - A tour through the stars from National Geographic. Information on the Hubble Space Telescope, constellations and star charts are all located at this site.

What Happened on Your Birthday?

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

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Recommended Picture Book

How Rocket learned to read
Tad Hills

A little yellow bird teaches Rocket the dog how to read by first introducing him to the "wondrous, mighty, gorgeous alphabet."

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