Storytime is a great way for children to socialize and to stimulate the mind. Reading and a positive environment with millions of words helps brain development and encourages learning. Your Cobb County public libraries offer storytimes for kids of all
Picture Books Pals at Stratton Library is a great way for young readers to build confidence in their reading skills. This children’s book club is for kids entering grades K-2 and will meet on the upcoming Thursdays in September from
Otter Goes to School, written and illustrated by Sam Garton, tells the story of ambitious little Otter dressing up as a teacher and starting her very own school. Her stuffed animal friends all have a special talent they seem to
The Scholastic Summer Reading Road Trip will be welcoming children’s author Carmen Agra Deedy at the Switzer Library in Marietta on Friday, July 21st from 10 am until noon. She will be signing books and answering questions for her fans. Her
Sunday, June 18th is Father’s Day and to celebrate all the dads in our community, we invite our patrons to check out the books we have in our “rad dad” collection. In My Dad, by Anthony Browne, a little boy
May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, a celebration of culture, history, family, traditions, innovation and more. Cobb County public libraries offer an array of books for all ages showcasing Asian and Pacific Islander authors and stories, including: Hot, Hot Roti for
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 14th, and we invite children of all ages to celebrate with a good book from your Cobb County public libraries. Is there anything a mommy can’t do? This is the question posed in author Carl
Lightning strikes twice with these two awesome Friday the 13th reads for middle grade readers, available now at your Cobb County Public Libraries.