WELCOME TO KIDS KORNER
Welcome to Kids Korner at the Hill Public Library. We offer many books and programs to encourage kids to begin the life-long joy of reading. New books are always being added to our volumes and fun activities or programs happen each week. Stop in to the Children’s Hour Thursdays from 11am to Noon for a story and craft or visit us at one of the many upcoming programs…and remember they are FREE. We also offer museum passes to Hill families which you can find on our services page. We thank the Friend’s of the Library for financially supporting these.
Hill Public Library has joined more than 16,000 libraries across the country to participate in the 2019 summer reading program, A Universe of Stories. This summer's them will coincide with NASA’s 60 years of achievement and its celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Please join us for lift-off on July 10!
PICK UP A LOG, RECORD READING TIME, EARN PRIZES!
The library’s summer reading mission is to prevent “summer slide”. We encourage children preschool through high school to shoot for the moon and spend at least 20 minutes a day reading and exploring galaxies far, far away through books. (All reading logs should be returned by August 15!)
Hill Public Library Special Guests
Please join us!
The Jennie D. Blake School has received a Summer Readers Grant through the Children’s Literacy Foundation. CLiF awards Summer Readers grants to organizations serving kids at high risk of experiencing a “summer slide” in literacy skills.
This event is free and children and their families from surrounding communities are welcome. Please share with friends!
Boston Museum of Science Traveling Program “Night Sky"
Brown Bag Story Hour
Every Thursday at 11am we read a story and do a craft with pre-school and elementary age homeschoolers. During the school year we meet inside the library, but for the summer months we meet at the pond across the street for our story and enjoy a bag lunch together. Join us!