Monona Library Children & Families

STORYTIMES
Please check the Calendar of Events for dates and times and the venue we will use.
Zoom Video Conferencing
Facebook Live 
Storytime Outlines 

Digital Story Room

DIGITAL CHILDREN'S ROOM with links to books and more! Click here!

THINGS TO DO

Offline & Online Things To Do at Home with Children (includes how to talk about race and racism, books online, craft ideas, tours, etc): Link to resources.

TAKE & MAKE KITS
This is a creative project meant to open up your imagination!  Click here for instructions. Share your Art! Email a picture of your creation to youth@mononalibrary.org

HELPFUL TOOL FOR PARENTS

The first five years of life can set the stage for success in school and later in life. It is important to ensure that every child is supported during this critical time of development.

4-C, in collaboration with United Way of Dane County, is happy to offer you a unique opportunity to learn more about your child’s development. Ages & Stages Questionnaires (ASQ) Click here.

EARLY LITERACY TIPS

FOR RAISING A READER!


Reading Rockets
Reach Out and Read
Scholastic
Monona Library Tips

EARLY LITERACY
1000 Books Before Kindergarten 

1000 Books Before Kindergarten is a reading program which encourages parents and caregivers to provide positive, nurturing early experiences by daily reading aloud to their children ages birth to five.

NEW TO MONONA? 

WELCOME! Schedule a tour of the Children's Room. Learn how to find books, movies, and other items you can borrow. Bring a photo ID and proof of current address to get your free library card. Monona Library is a fine free library.

PHOTO RELEASE POLICY
Children and adults participating in Monona Public Library’s programs may be photographed by library staff members, newspaper or television reporters/photographers, or others involved with the program. These photographs may appear without compensation in newspapers or in productions, publications, on the web, or other printed or electronic materials related to the role and function of the Monona Public Library. Parents who do not want their children photographed should notify library staff as soon as possible.



Accessibility

We make every effort to ensure our programs can be enjoyed by allIf you have any concerns about accessibility or need to request specific accommodationsplease contact the library at 608-222-6127.