Early childhood literacy helps children develop analytical thinking skills, stimulates creativity and encourages kids to learn. Cobb County Public Libraries offers storytime at many locations for babies and young kids featuring stories, talking, singing and a great chance for everybody
Storytime programs for babies and young kids. Activities for children enjoying a week away from the classroom. Several programs are being squeezed into the calendar around the Thanksgiving holidays at your Cobb County Public Library. We encourage children to read
Looking for something to do with your little ones? Cobb County Public Libraries has a variety of storytimes for young kids to enjoy! Storytime is a great way for children to socialize and stimulate their minds. Several studies have proven
Storytime is a fun way to engage kids of all ages. Reading helps brain development and nurtures young minds. Cobb County Public Libraries offers storytimes at many of our locations. Some of our upcoming storytimes include: Baby Storytime at Acworth
School’s out September 25-29 for students and staff of the Cobb County and Marietta City school districts, and some area private schools and homeschoolers. Enjoy the Fall Break with fun activities at the library! Upcoming events and activities at Cobb County
Cobb County students and families have lots of options for Spring Break 2017 at Cobb County libraries – fun games, opportunities to experience virtual reality, attend a Job Fair, enjoy a movie, go to a Sherlock Holmes party and more!
If now is the winter of your kids’ discontent, drop in for a free library program to clear away the winter blahs. Lots of special Mid-Winter Break programs will be offered at Cobb County Libraries while many students are off
State Representative Erica Thomas will lead Family Storytime programs on Wednesday afternoon at South Cobb Regional Library and Lewis A. Ray Library. An advocate for foster children, Rep. Thomas is the author of “It’s Erica!: Erica Gets a New Foster