Kid’s Corner

Online Summer Reading Club – Opening June 15th 2021 (packages available for a limited time at your library)
The TD Summer Reading Club is Canada’s biggest, bilingual summer reading program is geared for kids 5-12. This free Club is offered at more than 2,000 public libraries across Canada, as well as online. The Club celebrates Canadian authors, illustrators and stories, and inspires kids to explore the fun of reading their way. This is key to building a lifelong love of reading. For more information visit the TD Summer Reading Club Website.

Saturday Program

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No upcoming events

Home Learners
North Hastings Public Library is happy to support Home Learners through online resources. Inter-Library Loan and in-house materials. We even offer exam invigilation at competitive rates. See staff for details.

E-Resources for Kids

Partner Resources for Parents/Guardians

Recommended Reads

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Squirrel loves fall. He chases swirling leaves and collects food with his little brother. Squirrel has so much fun that he forgets where he puts his food!
Will he find it again before his little brother eats it all?
It's Halloween on Mouse Island, and it seemed like everyone was out to get me, Geronimo Stilton! My cousin Trap kept pulling scary pranks on me. And then my sister Thea told me I had to write a book about Halloween in less than one day!
Where do clouds come from? Why does the wind blow? Why is snow cold? Walk outside with a child and it will be clear right away that kids want to know all about weather. With an unbeatable combination of age-appropriate writing, solid information, and an affordable and portable format, The Best Book of Weather makes even the biggest weather mystery understandable. Covering subjects from the power of the sun to the changing seasons, climate, and even dramatic events like hurricanes, this is the perfect companion for strolling and observing with young weather bugs.