Childrens Programs

Story Hour

Summer Library Program

Special Programs

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Story Hour meets every Tuesday at 10:00 from October - April. Ages birth-5 years. An adult must attend with the child. We encourage early literacy by exploring weekly themes through books, crafts, and music.

Each summer the Manson Public Library provides programs for three age groups, Birth-preschool, TK-2nd, and 3rd-5th. For five weeks we explore themes, related to the overall summer theme, through books, games, and crafts. This is one way to help stem the "summer slide" of students.

We offer special programs throughout the year. Past programs have included: tea parties, pirate party, and New Year's Eve party. As well as special guests such as Dan Wardell from IPTV and Bug Zoo by ISU extension. Keep a look out for these events on our events page and facebook.

Childrens Resources

The children's area features a table and chairs where young children may play. LEGO's may be requested at the desk. We also have an Early Literacy Station computer for kids to learn on. The computer features 4,000 localized learning activities.

Online Resources

Homework resources just for kids in grades K-5

Homework resources for grades 6-8

Free to use in the library, ABC Mouse covers reading, math, art, music and more.

Unattended Children Policy