Have you visited the Youth Collection lately?
You don’t need to be an Education major to take advantage of the amazing tree room, relaxing rocking chairs, unique squishy floor tiles, and award-winning children’s and young adult books.
Do you know about the many things Youth has to offer?
- African American Read-in
- Story Hour
- Book Talks - Our Youth Librarian, Katelyn Browne, will host book talks this spring semester to help you find new books for your teaching or personal reading. Join her in person in room 373 on the 4th Thursday of each month at 3:45 pm
- Other fun events have been hosted in the past like Hunger Games, Humans vs Zombies, etc
- Classroom Instruction
- Research Help - Our Youth Library staff are available for consultation between 8 am and 4:30 pm Monday-Friday, or any time by e-mail.
- Youth Newsletter - Sign up to receive their monthly newsletter to find out about upcoming events and activities.
- Enter monthly drawings for new book giveaways!
- Books for future teachers, literature students, and everyone!
- Award winning books
- Unique collection - a combination of research materials and a current library collection
- Classic youth books from your childhood (and your parents' childhood!)
- Rocking chairs, squishy eggs, and other comfortable seating
- Tree Room - our tree stays green all winter!
- Can be used by anyone, whenever the library is open
- Floor Tiles
- Displays & Decorated Doors