Are you waiting for snow, like me? I love a snowy day. Walking in a fresh snowfall, making snow angels, sledding or building a snowman can be so much fun. Click here for a list of great winter reads to help in enjoy the frosty season or try this snowflake craft below. Click here to print pdf for craft.
Looking for a great Back to School story to share with your kids? Click here to browse our titles and place a hold. Then make a few school bus snacks, read and enjoy!!
On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment was formally added to the Constitution giving women the right to vote. In commemoration, the Ardsley Public Library Children's room has created a book list to celebrate the achievement of female suffragists.
Click here to check one out today!
Click here for our full list!
We know that many of you are probably missing being able to browse the library shelves in person. While we can't wait to have you all back when it is possible to do so in a safe way, we wanted to make things easier for you in the meantime. Hopefully, you have seen our general guide to using the online catalog, but we decided to make one specifically for help with searching for children's books. Please reach out to us with any questions, and we are always available to make recommendations for books as well!
ADV FOR KIDS - How to use WLS catalog - color by Ardsley Library News
Looking for something to do this week? Try this fun experiment with your kids! Let us know how it goes by sending a picture to email@example.com.
Help us celebrate National Ice Cream Month! Call us at (914) 693-6636 to check out some ice cream themed books!
Interested in any of these books? Place a hold on them using the online catalog or call us at (914) 693-6636.
We have been having a great time so far at our two previous science programs run by Suez Outreach and Education Program. In fact, they've been such a hit that we have extended the programming through August! Click here to register your children.
It can be difficult to talk with your children about Black Lives Matter and racism in America. One way to make it easier is to use age appropriate books that will help your child understand the reality of the situation at an appropriate level. The books here range in subject, from historical looks at the Civil Rights Movement, to contemporary looks at racism, to biographies of famous activists.
Place a hold on our online catalog or call us at (914) 693-6636.
Keep checking back as we order new books and continue to update this list! If you want more specific recommendations, please call or email us for help.