In the Children’s Room, you can find:
- books & graphic novels, audiobooks & Playaways, DVDs & Blu-Rays for children ages birth through approximately age 11
- a baby/toddler play area
- The Zone, a space for patrons ages 8-12 to work on homework, hang out, and use computers
- Topsfield Reverie, a mural painted by David Fichter, which depicts scenes in Topsfield using local landmarks.
- Children’s events and calendars. Check out our online calendar for event listings.
Please be aware that the Children’s Room closes 10 minutes before the rest of the library.
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- Unattended Child Policy – Children under nine years of age should be accompanied by an adult while in the library.
- Behavior Policy
- Ebsco’s NoveList K-8+ – keep track of reading & to find new books to read by topic, genre, or readalikes!
- The MGH Clay Center for Youth Healthy Minds – Includes articles, podcasts, and more for parents and guardians, devoted to supporting & promoting the mental, emotional, & behavioral well-being of young people.
- Families for Depression Awareness – Families for Depression Awareness helps families recognize and cope with stress management, depression, and bipolar disorder to get people well and prevent suicides
- HandHoldMA.org – tips & resources for families designed to help navigate their child’s mental health journey
- CFCE of the North Shore -a locally-based program that provides child development services and resources to families with young children