The Webb City Public Library has a dedicated Children's Library that has books to entice readers of all ages. The Library also subscribes to a few services and databases to help children with learning and entertainment needs. We have a dedicated children's computer lab with 3 stations, that have access to ABC Mouse, along with access to many educational programs and games.
Our Youth Service Librarian, Vicki Bibb, hosts a preschool storytime during most of the year on most Thursdays at 10:30 AM where she reads a couple of stories and has a craft for the children to do.
Our Friends of the Library hosts a new program titled Baby Bookworms on the last Wednesday of the month and the following Thursday from 10:30 AM to 11:30 PM. Baby Bookworms is an age-appropriate, hands-on preschool-type experience to introduce our littlest learners to the joys of literacy and the library. Activities will include read-alouds, music and movement, parent-child play stations, and time to check out books. A resource expert on child development topics will be available to answer questions each month. We welcome children, ages toddler through prek, and their “grown-ups”!
We also try and have 2 programs throughout the year geared towards homeschoolers, past programs include an art class and readers theatre. Be sure to watch our upcoming events calendar located on our homepage!