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The London Public Library is bringing interactive, museum-quality exhibits to the library that inspire wonder and learning for all ages. Traveling Museum Exhibits feature six different “Natural Wonders” themes focusing on biodiversity and science learning. Each themed exhibit will be on view at the library bimonthly through Summer 2020 as part of a library grant […]
The TumbleBookLibrary is made possible through a donation from the Friends of the London Public Library in honor of Clayton Geib, a lifelong lover of books. The TumbleBookLibrary is an online collection of electronic children’s books accessible through the library’s website. Animation, sound, music and narration are added to existing picture books to produce an […]
VOX Books are books that talk. The permanently attached VOX reader transforms an ordinary print book into an all-in-one read-along. Simply push a button and listen to the story as you read along.
Join certified therapy dog Levi at the library on Tuesdays from 4 – 5 pm. Register your child for a 10-minute time slot in which they will read a story to Levi. Levi is a nonjudgmental listener who will encourage children to read and help struggling readers find confidence.
Here are the answers to the Stone Search. Take the whole family on a Stone Search. Stop in the library to pick up a form, then start on your hunt around London. Try to guess the 18 establishments within the city limits, with only seeing cropped pictures of the buildings. Every correct guess will enter […]
Create an alphabet scavenger hunt at your home. All you need is floor space, painter’s tape, and a bunch of random items. This is a fun activity to teach your child beginning sounds and lead them on a path to early literacy.
The Children’s Book Council (CBC) has announced the first-ever “Reading Beyond” book lists, created to provide guidance to parents, caregivers, teachers, librarians, and others interested in discovering books for children who read at an advanced level and are seeking more challenging, but still age-appropriate, books. Envisioned and created by the ALA-CBC Joint Committee, the Reading […]
Listen and read with BookFlix. Storybooks, e-books, videos, games, and more for kids in PreK-3. Watch a video book, then read a related nonfiction story. All Ohio PreK-3 students and their parents can use the state-funded INFOhio Resources free-of-charge. Home access requires a username and password. The username is lcs. The password is redraiders. Then click […]
Student Cards are available for children ages 5 – 17. These cards can be obtained by a child without a parent being present. Having a student card will allow a child to check out up to 5 books and/or audio books at one time. It also allows access to computers and all electronic library content. […]
Take the Reading Without Walls Challenge this summer. Just read a book in one of three ways. 1. Read a book about a character who doesn’t look like you or live like you. 2. Read a book about a topic you don’t know much about. 3. Read a book in a format that you don’t […]