Family Place Libraries are nationwide network of libraries that embrace the fact that literacy begins at birth, and libraries can help build healthy communities by nourishing healthy families.
A proven change agent, Family Place Libraries transforms libraries into community centers for early literacy & learning, parent education and engagement, family support and community connectivity helping to ensure all children enter school ready and able to learn.
Learn more about Family Place Libraries™ on their website.
A Family Place Library is a resource for you!
- A special area that’s user-friendly to parents and preschool children together with age-appropriate toys and books, resources for parents, and comfortable seating.
- Parent/child workshops engaging preschoolers in educational play and creative activities while introducing parents to valuable information on speech and language development, child development, nutrition, physical fitness and movement, books and reading. Knowledgeable professionals give advice on being your child’s first teacher. Join us for Play Grow Learn and Play Grow Learn Plus!
- Up-to-date collections of books, magazines, and other media to assist the parents, caregivers, and teachers of young children.
- Staff members trained in Family Place Library service.
Please check with the staff at any Family Place Library to find out when the next Parent/Child Workshop series begins. Enrollment in each series is limited by space.
Visit our Youth Resources page here.