The Children's Services at the Peninsula Public Library welcomes your entire family. Our goal is to make the
Children's Room a happy, inviting place for all children. The library is more than just a place to check out
books. It is a place to make friends, participate in fun and educational activities, and to feel connected with the community.

Our young patrons will enjoy a multitude of fun and
educational experiences at the library. The Children's Department has a variety of programs for children of all ages with
registration taking place in the Children's Room. Our programs and library materials are designed to meet the needs of the
community.

The Children's Room has a comprehensive book collection, including picture books, easy readers, juvenile fiction, non-fiction,
research materials, as well as magazines, e-book, DVDs and a collection of CD audiobooks. In addition, the Children's Room
has a computer area where children may play educational and recreational games as well as an iPad Kiosk filled with fun
interactive learning apps.

The collective resources of our online catalog, databases, and AWE computer educational games provide children and families
of our community with the tools to achieve their educational and leisure interests in the friendly environment of our
Children's Room.

Children's library cards can be acquired at the Circulation Desk. A child must be in kindergarten to obtain a library card.
A parent or legal guardian must present two proofs of residency and sign the application along with the child. Class and
nursery school visits may be arranged by calling the Children's Department (239-3262, ext. 211)
or by email: childrens@peninsulapublic.org.