Kids Jr. Booklists
These librarian-created booklists for primarily for ages 5 and under.
Are You Crying?
Featuring books that deal with feelings.
Tuck your little one into bed with these sweet tales that will lull even the most resistant into dreamland.
Best Babysitters Ever
Brothers and Sisters
Catch Me If You Can
Ah, the circus! There's nothing quite like the fanfare of the Ringmaster, the antics of the clowns, the smell of popcorn, or the trumpeting of elephants. While you wait for the circus to come to town, explore these books.
Dad and Me
Enjoy this collection of dog stories with your young children.
Explaining Death to Young Children
Books to introduce your preschoolers to fish!
I Feel Sick!
Nobody likes being sick, but having a good book can make it seem less lonely and give some hope that you'll feel better soon. Some times all you need is some extra TLC. When a trip to the doctor is necessary it's good to know what to expect.
I Want a Scary Book! . . . for younger kids
Just Choo Choos
This list is for the little ones who can't get enough of trains, big and small.
Loss of a Pet
Often a child's first experience with death is when a pet dies. Here are some books that may help to comfort and explain.
Math for Preschoolers
Moo, Quack, Arf - Animal Sounds
Ours by Choice: Adoption
Just like people come in all shapes and sizes, no two adoptions are alike. Here are a variety of stories about the way families come together.
Oink! Oink! Oink! Enjoy these tales about Pigs.
A good ship, a fine crew, a pet parrot and we're ready to sail. Come aboard for some high sea adventure, mate!
Ready to ease your child out of diapers and onto the potty? Here are a list of books designed to help with the transition!
Have fun sharing these rhyming stories with your little ones!
Do you have a little one heading off to school for the first time this year? Soothe his or her fears with books that explore the transition and delight in the new experience.
Stories for a Rainy Day
These books are perfect for kids who love to watch the rain run down the window or feel the rain on their faces.