Kids & Families

Welcome to Youth Services! We are passionate about literacy, connecting kids with great books, encouraging reading for pleasure, and developing curious minds. If you need assistance, please contact the library and ask for Ms. Ann.

New Books for Kids @ the Library

Picture Books

Kids Fiction

Snowman

We all know what it is like to feel frozen in January in Wisconsin, so we decided to have a little fun and create an all ages winter reading program with a twist on frozen--instead of feeling frozen, let's celebrate winter with the popular movie Frozen! Sign-up begins January 5, so stop by either location to pick up your Frozen BINGO card. Complete the reading activities and turn in your card each week for a different mini-prize. Earn a grand prize entry for every BINGO completed, and you can earn up to four BINGOs during the program.

The Frozen Winter Reading Program runs January 12-February 7 and will end witth a Frozen party on Saturday, February 7 at 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Kimberly. Wear a Frozen costume and enjoy a story plus fun activity stations as part of our Take Your Child to the Library Day celebration.

Bring in the whole family to check out all the great new books and some of your old favorites at the library, and read away those winter blues. 

Check out the latest reviews from the Books to Hoot About! blog on InfoSoup.

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Title: The red sled

Author: Lita Judge

Review by: Elizabeth, (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

This delightful book lets the pictures tell the story. The reader laughs as more and more animals find their way on to the little girl's red sled.

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Title: Names for Snow

Author: Judi K. Beach

Review by: Elizabeth, (Seymour) Muehl Public Library

This pretty book describes some of the many ways we can view snow. It captures all the loveliness and variety of the season.