For Youth & Teens
- Babies & Toddlers
Pick up a take home activity to help your toddler learn colors and shapes and practice their fine motor skills.Take home your own Little Mouse, Little Mouse felt hiding game.
Use a paint marker to decorate your own ceramic mug.
- Ages 3 - 8 years
Create a pretty flower card with doilies, construction paper, and your own markers and glue.
Created by Librarians
Miss in-person programs? Our librarians are creating videos for all ages, including storytimes, crafts, activites, and book talks—all on our YouTube channel.
Social Justice Reading Lists
We hope these selections serve to educate and encourage a dialogue—with readers of all ages—on topics of social justice and diverse books. April’s topic is Asian and Pacific Islander Voices.
Curated by Librarians
Early Childhood Home Activities
Activities to build early literacy with your young children at home.
Grade School Home Activities
Ideas for things you can do at home to play, learn, and explore your interests.
Youth & Teen
- Middle Grade (Gr 5-8)
Nathan Hales’ Hazardous Tales: Donner Dinner Party breaks down this squeamish story from history in a way that’s both historically accurate and child friendly. This graphic novel tells the story Read more…
- Intermediate Chapter (Gr 3-5)
We hope these selections serve to educate and encourage a dialogue on topics of environmental justice, including access to a clean and healthy environment for all people, the disproportionate impact of climate change and pollution on marginalized communities, and collective solutions to environmental issues, from grassroots to global action.
- Teen (Gr 6-12)
We hope these selections serve to educate and encourage a dialogue on topics of environmental justice, including access to a clean and healthy environment for all people, the disproportionate impact Read more…
Westmont, IL 60559
Hours and Location
Monday - Thursday9 am – 7 pm
Friday + Saturday9 am – 5 pm
Sundaynoon – 4 pm