When kids have questions, the books of David Macaulay are a solid place to start seeking answers. Macaulay’s nonfiction explores the art, design, and mechanics of buildings, technology, the human body, and more. His books are heavily illustrated and visually engaging, with clear writing that respects the interests and abilities of children. Come to the library to browse his fascinating work for yourself!
Come celebrate children and books at Oakland Public Library!
Celebrate children and books with bilingual magician Germar the Magician! In this fun show, Germar delights children and invites them to participate. If you miss him at your local branch, you can catch him at another!
Refreshments will be served at many locations (check your local branch), and each child will leave with a new book!
Lakeview Saturday, 4/20/13 11:00 AM
Elmhurst Saturday, 4/20/13 2:00 PM
Dimond Tuesday, 4/23/13 7:00 PM
Asian Wednesday, 4/24/13 10:30 AM
The Main Library Children's Room "READ" installation, in honor of National Library Week, is constructed entirely of origami.
It's National Library Week! Last week you got a sneak peek at preparations for the origami installation at the Main Library. It went up on Saturday, and now the Oak street face of the library (with the entrance to the Children's Room) reminds you of just one of the many fun things you can do inside or outside your library. A group of preschoolers are checking it out...arriving for Monday morning storytime. Come see it for yourself...but don't wait! The installation will stay up through Saturday