It can be a lonely time for kids, when they are not able to see their friends at school everyday. Here are some fun ideas from Adventure in a Box to get your kids chatting and playing with their friends over FaceTime, Google Hangouts or any other video chatting apps you might have on your phones and devices. Check out the blog post here: Games to Play on Facetime with Friends. Also be sure to check out their Free Printables page for some screen free fun, like games, art projects and more! Adventure in a Box: Free Printables.
We will not be able to meet in person for storytime today, and our hunt for Leprechaun gold will have to be postponed. We are looking out for the safety of everyone, but we will still miss you all until we can meet again. So on the days that we cannot meet in person, I’ll be posting stories and songs, here on the Kids Page, that you can share at home together! Also, be sure to check out Tumblebooks on our resources page for even more stories!
Due to current health concerns, we have decided to cancel all adult, teen and children’s programs through March 31st. Programs may resume in April. Keep checking our website and Facebook page for further updates.
In the meantime, check out our web resources for eBooks, eAudiobooks, and streaming services that you can access with your library card. Go to Tumblebooks on our Resources page for free online picture books and juvenile books.
Did you read the Rebecca Caudill nominees this year? Come to the library to vote on your favorites! This month is the Tournament of Books where books will face off against one another March Madness style!
Just in time for spring, here are a few books that will hopefully inspire us to spend some time outside, especially as the weather gets a little warmer and the sun begins to shine!
We have so many amazing resources for kids, parents, and teens. Do you have research for a project you need to do? Need help citing something? Want to find a book on a specific topic? We are here to help!
Come into the library or email Miss Ranea!
We have most textbooks from the Peotone Schools. Textbooks can only be used in the library and are not for check out.
The Monarch Award is designed to encourage children to read critically and become familiar with children's books, authors and illustrators. The these books intended for Kindergardners through 3rd graders.
The award is designed for students in grades 3-5 who are ready for longer titles than found on the Monarch list, but not quite ready for the sophistication of some of the Rebecca Caudill titles. The award may include both timeless classics and current titles, as well as books that have appeared on Monarch and Rebecca Caudill lists.
The Rebecca Caudill Young Readers' Book Award is an annual award given to the author of the book voted most outstanding by students in grades four through eight in participating Illinois schools. A list of 20 books are published in the Spring and the final award winner is chosen from this list.