Youth Library Programs and Events
All In-Person Programs Canceled Until Further Notice.
Click here for our Winter Reading page.
Scroll down for Winter Reading Teen Artwork!
For more information, please call the Carnegie Library, 863-3214 or email
Angela: firstname.lastname@example.org Meghan: email@example.com
Story Time- Wednesdays ONLINE. Children of all ages and their families are invited for stories, songs and a craft with Children's Programs Assistant Meghan Doyle. Videos will be posted here and on Facebook by 7:00am the earliest and by 10:00am the latest every Wednesday. The most recent one will be available below.
Music and Movement for Children- Thursdays ONLINE in a Facebook Live (and recorded) event. The weekly bi-lingual, English-Spanish, series with Tom Carroll and Laurie Davidson.To participate click the link below:
Thursdays by 8:00am. Here is the link to their Facebook page where you can find the event.
C/WMARS Online Databases and Resources
Boston Public Library eCard: Sign up for a free BPL eCard to access many digital resources for kids and adults. Resources for kids include learning databases, language learning (Little Pim), TumbleBookLibrary, and TumbleMath.
Free School Meals for Kids (More info about sites, schedules, etc.)
SalasinProject on Facebook
The Salasin Project has run a FREE program for children (5-10 yrs.) and families via zoom and/or Facebook since Aug. 18 (10:30–11 AM every Tuesday). The program, Joyful Children and Families, is interactive, fun, and engaging. The program will cultivate healthy communication skills and develop a child’s ability to increase the sense of well-being and mindfulness by fun and intriguing activities and practices.
Young Adult Anti-Racist and Social Justice Resources
A curated list of resources in Wakelet - a format much like Pinterest boards, created by Sophie Gagnon, a Teen Services Librarian.
Association for Library Service to Children: Ideas for Kids during the Coronavirus Crisis
This is a Youtube Channel created and run by children's book writers and illustrators. With all this talk of potential quarantines and school closures, we wanted to do something to offer relief for parents and kids who might find themselves stuck at home. On this channel, you'll find workshops, readings, activities, art projects, writing games, writing advice, and more:
Jarrett J. Krosoczka—author & illustrator
Award-winning illustrator will be hosting free drawing webcasts every weekday at 2pm EST for at least the next few weeks.