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
Pirate and Princess Storytime, a specially themed event at South Cobb Regional Library will be held on Saturday, September 2nd from 2 pm to 3 pm. We will be reading books all about pirates, princesses and princes. To make it
The theme for the 2017 Summer Reading Program is “Build a Better World”, and on Tuesday, June 13th, Corporal Youlanda Leverette of the Acworth Police Department will be coming by Acworth Library to teach kids about how they can play a role
Treat your babies to fun at Kemp Memorial Library on Tuesday, October 25 from 11:30 am to 11:50 am with a Farm Animal themed Babies Play and Learn program. Children’s Librarian Carmella Dowdell is passionate about introducing little ones and their parents
Cobb County Public Library System invites children and families to Dr. Seuss-themed programs scheduled for late February and early March. The master storyteller’s 110th birthday is March 2. Below is a listing of Dr. Seuss events on the CCPLS calendar.
Maria Dominguez is the beloved Children’s Librarian at East Cobb Library. She moved to Atlanta from Palm Beach County in Florida, where she worked for many years as a Librarian. Maria has dual Master’s degrees in Library Science and Counseling,
Beth Silzle is one of CCPLS’s most treasured story time presenters (pictured here with a very cute library patron). She has years of story time experience, and currently teaches Toddler Story Time at Switzer Library. Beth is completing her MLS
CCPLS Associate Director Jonathan McKeown promotes learning at the library by sharing his gigantic collection of Legos with all of our library branches. Jonathan often presents our Lego programs, which are always a huge hit at Cobb County Public Libraries.