Books for Kids at the Keene Public Library

There are lots of great books for you to choose from in the Keene Public Library's Youth DepartmentThe Keene Public Library's Youth Department provides books and other library materials for children from birth to middle school. You'll find fiction books, informational books, graphic novels, recorded books, DVDs, Playaways, and magazines.

Additional books for middle and high school aged students are housed on the first floor in the Teen Corner.

We also house a parenting collection in the Youth Department that contains materials for parents and other care givers. 

Librarians are always available to offer book recommendations and information on how to select the best books for children of all ages is available online.

We are always interested in your recommendations and feedback.  Let us know what you are enjoying. And, if you find something that you think we should have in our collection, let us know by filling out a suggestion for purchase form.

World Wide Web Recommended lists for finding good books:

AudioBook Cloud - Streaming audio books Best Books for Babies and Toddlers - from Family Educaton
Born to Read Books Building a Home Library Bibliographies
Caldecott Medal & Honor Books, 1938-Present Dealing with Tragedy
Global Fiction Graphic Novels for Elementary School
Hi-Lo Books for Upper Elementary Historical Fiction
Iditarod Books Newbery Medal and Honor Books, 1922-Present
NH Readers' Choice Awards Series and Sequels

Tumblebook Cloud Jr. - An online collection of ebooks and read-along chapter books, non-fiction books, graphic novels, educational videos, and audio books for kids in grades three to six. 

Tumble Talking Books

TumbleBooks - Streaming online books and games for the youngest kids.

Tumble Books

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