Children & Teen Services
The NRH Library has something special for all ages including story times, books, summer programs, events, and more, to help nurture a love of reading and learning.
Read with Mollie's Friends
Mollie, the therapy dog, and her other furry friends are ready to read with you!
Babygarten© at the NRH Library is a fun and educational six-week series of classes for children 0-18 months old.
View details on when and where Chess Club meets and who can participate.
Enjoy songs, rhymes, stories, and activities at our Storytime and Toddler Time programs!
Mid-Cities Teen Book Fest
The MCTBF is an annual event for teens to meet and greet YA authors.
Homework Help Resources
Learn about resources for homework help online.
Thu, Mar 30Toddler Time This 30-minute interactive program for Toddlers (1...Read More
Can't decide what to read next? Ask us! In the meantime, you can browse lists of award-winning books available at your library. Lists include Bluebonnet Award winners, BISD Battle of the Books, Newberry Award winners, and more!
Kits include the CD recording as well as the book to follow along. Kits are useful in helping emerging readers develop listening skills and they provide a read-aloud model. Kits are also great for bedtime, vacations, long car trips, anytime!
- Leveled Readers
This is a collection of 1st and 2nd-grade readers for children who are at the beginning stages of reading and need books that are well-suited for their skill level and with a limited vocabulary. Content of these books varies from simple texts for 1st-grade readers to easy chapter books for 2nd-grade readers.
- Parenting and Teaching Collection
This collection for parents, home educators, and teachers contains a variety of resources on parenting, homeschooling, classroom ideas, activities, and curriculum guides. These resources provide information on the development and education of children from infancy to young adulthood.
- Young Adult Collection
The Young Adult collection features not only fiction, non-fiction, and audiobooks selected for teens, but also manga and graphic novels. Young Adult books are written with readers ages 12 to 18 in mind. This collection is located on the 2nd floor of the library.
For more information or to ask a question, call the Children's Department at 817-427-6818.