Libraries empower children to become lifelong learners
Georgia’s public libraries are a place where children and families can discover the joy of reading, get help with homework, learn through hands-on STEAM activities and get free admission to great places around Georgia.
Children can express their creativity at one of the many library makerspaces around the state. These activities encourage engagement and critical thinking as they help children learn about robotics, engineering, cooking, electronics and more!
Many libraries offer weekly storytimes and early literacy activities for preschoolers.
Our libraries are innovating programs to engage youth in everything from gardening to encouraging reluctant readers.
Take advantage of special programs, including children’s story hours, summer reading programs and homework help. If a child has special needs, ask about services the library offers for children with visual or hearing impairments. There’s something at the library for everyone.
Find your local library and check their events calendar to find programming near you.
Explore this page to see what else libraries can offer your child.