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573 Putnam Pike
Greenville, RI 02828
Phone: 401-949-3630
Fax: 401-949-0530

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Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs
10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday (Sept-May) 1 - 5 p.m.
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Welcome to the Children's Room

(401)-949-3630 Ext. 2

Email our Children's Librarian, Barbara Wells

Email our Children's Assistant, Cara DelSesto

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Homework Help is Here!

Need some help with your homework? Check out our live homework help.

 

Miss Humblebee's Academy
Get ready for
preschool and kindergarten

Borrow an E-Reader

Borrow one of our Leap Pad E-Readers, made by Leap Frog. Please contact the Children's Room to reserve a Leap Pad. They are loaned out for 1 week, with 1 renewal. Overdues are $2.00 daily

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Children's Authors

 

Rules for online safety

Click here for the Greenville Public Library’s Children Book Review Blog

 

 

Children's Room News

December 2017 Children's News

Sensory Friendly
Storytime 
December 16
at 12:00 pm
An interactive storytime adapted for children with autism or other special needs ages 12 and under and their families. Storytime features books, music, sensory exploration and socialization. Reserve your spot in person in the children’s room or by calling 949-3630 x2.

Paws to Read
Looking for a new friend who LOVES to listen to stories?  Sign up to read with a therapy dog on Monday
December 4.  10 minute sessions are available between 6 and 7 pm for readers ages 6-11.  Visit the Children’s Room or call 949-3630 x2 for more information.

Art with Adele
Discover art with artist and teacher Miss Adele on Thursday December 28 at 11 am. Create your very own masterpiece!  For children ages 6-10. Please call 949-3630 x2 or visit the children’s room to register.

Every Friday  is Game Day from 3:00 - 4:30 pm . There are many fun board games for  children of all ages to play.  Bring a friend or make a new one !

 

Children's Bubble Display
 Dan Roy will display his collection of Mickey's Christmas Villages. His nieces bought them for him as a gift. He likes how they brighten up Christmas!

 

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