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The Leon County Public Library is committed to fostering a love for learning in children of all ages. The library offers a wide range of services and resources to inspire curiosity, creativity, and lifelong learning.


Find your closest story time.

View upcoming events for kids of all ages.

Locate a library food distribution site.

Early Learning

Join the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Beanstack reading challenge.

Build literacy skills using the 2024 early literacy calendar.

Educational Resources

Participate in Homework Hub, our free tutoring service.

Search Gale in Context: Elementary and Middle for kid-friendly research databases.

Watch Kanopy Kids for streaming films and documentaries.

Reading Resources

Find Accelerated Reader (AR) and Lexile tools by reading level.

Join a Beanstack reading challenge to earn prizes.

Access eBooks and eAudiobooks through Boundless, Hoopla, and Libby.

Check out our Read-Along Talking Books and Wonder Books.

Parent Resources

Review the Protection of Minors policy in the Patron Code of Conduct.

Access the parental permission form for unattended children (ages 10-17)

Reserve a meeting room or the Teen Lab.

For Checkout

Book Nook Bundles support literacy development for kids from birth to eight years old.

Sensory Kits use a themed, layered approach to emotional and physical learning. 

The Library of Things has items for the whole family to enjoy.

Launchpads are children's tablets containing primarily educational games.