Click on the posters above to enlarge them and learn more about the Children’s Programs!
The Kinnelon Library Children’s Department is always looking for the next coolest thing to bring to you!
To register for any Children’s program, please go to the Children’s Desk on the 2nd floor of the library, or call 973-838-1321 and ask for the Children’s Department.
Please note that some programs include a small attendance fee (to cover the cost of an instructor, for example). If there is a charge for the program, please make your payment to the Kinnelon Public Library at the Children’s Desk on the 2nd floor (cash or check is fine).
To receive advance notice of any and all Children’s programs, please make sure to sign up for our Children’s Services E-Blast! The programs we offer are extremely popular and are first-come, first-served, so don’t be late to register!
Programs Currently Offered:
The Children’s Dept. at the Kinnelon Public Library would like to play a valuable role in Kinnelon’s Destination ImagiNation program. Our library is a place where kids can find what they to know and what they are good at and learn to apply it to solve challenges for DI. The library is also a place where groups can work together cooperatively. The Children’s Dept. has purchased all the books needed for the DI challenges (please ask at the 2nd Floor Desk).
Magic Tree House Secret Reading Club
(you must to be a member to attend)
TUESDAYS – Grades 1-3 – 6pm-7pm
MUMMIES IN THE MORNING, Mary Pop Osborne: Sept. 18
CIVIL WAR ON SUNDAY, Mary Pope Osborne: October 23
NIGHT OF THE NINJAS, Mary Pope Osborne: November 20
**We ask that your child read the book BEFORE the book club meeting.
Reading to Dogs!
On selected Friday afternoons, anyone who wants to may read a book of their choice to a trained therapy dog. The benefits of children reading to dogs was the topic of a Today Show presentation in February 2007. You can watch watch a video of that feature by clicking on the link below (there will be about 10 seconds of commercials while the video loads): Dogs can help kids read!