Kids

  • Asia shares a story during Saturday Stories (usually held the first Saturday of every month).

Programs

Events Calendar
Winter & Spring 2020 Brochure

Special Events – Save the Dates

Hug-a-Bug-a-Boo Puppet Show

Saturday, February 1st, 3 PM
Interactive show with music & puppets by Mrs. Kate. Recommended for young family audiences.

Quilting in the African American Tradition

Monday, February 17th, 4 PM
Did you know enslaved people escaped using maps stitched into quilts? Kids will leave with a paper quilt block from the Underground Railroad Quilt. Find out more in this program with Sharon Gillins. Parents, grandparents, and guardians are welcome!

What’s All That Jazz About?

Wednesday, February 26th, 4:30 PM
Clever listening games, live music, dramatic storytelling, group participation, and humorous demonstrations lead the audience through a highly interactive and entertaining program presented by Shenole Latimer to introduce colorful and expressive American music known as jazz. Recommended for ages 4 – 10 and their families.

Spring Break Escape Room

Thursday, March 12th, 10 AM – 6 PM;
Friday, March 13th, 10 AM – 6 PM

Daylight Savings Time has our Time Machine all out of whack! Solve puzzles and follow the clues through history to Spring Forward back to the Present. Sessions for the Escape Room start periodically; sign up at the Children’s Reference Desk. Recommended for children 6+.

Regular Programs – Plan Your Week

Saturday Stories
Saturdays, December 28th – April 26th, 10 AM
Handpicked stories read aloud in the department.

Storytime
Wednesdays, January 15th – April 29th, 10 AM
A playful program featuring singing, storytelling, movement, and more promoting early literacy development and encouraging one-on-one interaction between children and their caregivers. Come early to get a good seat! Recommended for 18 mos. and older.

Baby Time
Tuesdays, January 21st – April 28th, 10 AM
Have fun bonding with the baby in your life while we share music, fingerplays, simple stories, puppets, and early literacy tips. Recommended for 0 – 18 months.

Stop Motion Videos – Summer 2019

Minecraft

If you ever get lost on the server, keep in mind Rosenberg City’s coordinates are 278, 70, 23. To access coordinate information, press F3. This will display a large amount of information, but the XYZ coordinates of your current location are on the left side of the screen about halfway down.

Minecraft at the Library

Catalog

About the Department

Children’s Department Staff from left to right, Michael Ben, Asia, Therese, Karen, Heather, and Brianna.

The family friendly Children’s Department is located on the 1st floor of the Rosenberg Library and welcomes children of all abilities, focusing on birth through the end of 6th grade. The department offers an amazing selection of materials; a wide assortment of scheduled and drop-in programs; and a 13 station Computer Lab. The department is equipped with a built-in puppet stage, and a custom designed interactive play ship named the R.L.S. Treasure Bound. The ship features manipulatives for our youngest patrons to promote reading readiness by introducing pre-literacy skills. There are two professional children’s librarians, two library assistants, and a page on staff to provide free outreach programs to groups in the community and are pleased to offer suggestions regarding age appropriate materials.

To request an outreach program for a group, assistance with recommendations, a class visit to the library, or a puppet show, please contact Karen Stanley at kstanley@rosenberg-library.org or phone (409) 763 – 8854 ext. 119.

Contact the Children’s Department
Telephone: (409) 763 – 8854 ext. 135

Hours:
Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday – Saturday, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday, Closed

Digital Resources

Book Lists