Youth & Teens

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Electronic Resources

Youth

The Malden Public Library Children’s Department serves children from birth through fifth grade, along with their parents, caregivers and teachers. In addition to great books, we offer regular storytimes, special events, and a summer reading program. Class visits are available by appointment. You may also renew your library books online with your library card and […]

Youth Links

Search Engines KidsClick! Web Search Yahoo! Kids Ask Jeeves for Kids Information Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary and Thesaurus Britannica.com – Britannica Encyclopaedia online. Factmonster.com – Weather facts, homework help, quizzes and games. Internet Public Library – KidSpace – A wealth of resources on math, science, art, health, sports and more. Rhymezone – Rhyming Dictionary. ALA’s Great […]

Booklists

“Read to Me” First Picture Books Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown (J PIC BOOKS BRO) Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear? by Nancy Carlstrom (J PIC BOOKS CAR) Whistle for Willie and The Snowy Day both by Ezra Jack Keats (J PIC BOOKS KEA) The Carrot Seed by Ruth Krauss (J PIC BOOKS KRA) […]

Homework Assignment Alert

If you are a teacher in the Malden School System and have assigned a project or an in-depth homework assignment, please let the Children’s Room know so that we can better serve your students’ needs. Materials can be set aside in a designated area for large group assignments if the library is notified in advance.

Teens

The Young Adult Room at the Malden Public Library is located on the first floor of the main building. It’s where you can find seating reserved for teens in the 5th through the 12th grade . . . a space where teens can use computers, hang out with friends, as well as just sit and […]