We have acquired Early Literacy Stations (ELS), complete educational solutions loaded with 50 educational software titles for kids ages 2 to 10. The computers are currently available at the Philip S. Miller (Castle Rock), Parker, Lone Tree, James H. LaRue (Highlands Ranch) and Castle Pines libraries.
Douglas County Libraries now offers library card holders Adventure Pass: free passes to Denver Firefighters Museum, the History Colorado Center, Dinosaur Ridge, and the Butterfly Pavilion. You may reserve and print passes from your own computer up to 30 days before your visit.
Reading Buddies pairs teen volunteers with young readers for maximum learning and maximum fun!
Teens ages 13-18, do you like to read? Become a Reading Buddy and read with a reluctant 1st-3rd grade reader. Earn community service hours!
Parents of struggling readers ages 6-9, your child may benefit from reading with a trained teen buddy. Together, they'll play games, choose books appropriate for your child's reading level, read, and review to increase reading comprehension.
Meets the second Tuesday of every month at 4:30 p.m. Kids in first through third grades read and discuss a book and make a theme-related craft. Snacks provided. Sign up at the Children's Desk to get a copy of the book.
Our 2014 book titles are: