Reading and Writing Programs for all ages

Reading and Writing Programs at the Brandon Public Library
 
Preschoolers:
 
      First up, we have Baby Time. This fun, casual program is designed for infants (under 18 months) and their caregivers. Running for four consecutive Tuesdays from 10:15 to 10:45 am, Baby Time consists of simple rhymes, bounces, and activities. A library staff member gently leads caregivers through the program.

eResources

If a new phone, tablet, or computer is on your Christmas List, make sure some of your first downloads are connections to your library's eResources.

Instantly borrow eBooks, audiobooks, comics, movies, music and more, 24/7 with your library card using hoopla.  Download the app or go to hoopladigital.com -- Register with your library card -- Borrower free digital eBooks, movies, and more with no late fees!

Book It . . . At the Public Library

BOOK IT . . . AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
 
The Brandon Public Library’s Children’s Department offers you and your child the opportunity to select from thousands of books as you discover what will become your favourites to read together.  New titles are being added to the collection throughout the year, so there is always something new to discover.
 
Sharing stories with children is a service that the Brandon Public Library offers through the provision of programs.

Summer Programs

Summer holidays are on their way, and so is Summer Reading at the Brandon Public Library! The TD Summer Reading Club is a Canada-wide program to encourage kids to keep on reading, learning, and exploring all summer long. Children of all ages are invited to sign up for a free Reading Log at the Library’s Children’s Services Desk. Children record how much time they spend reading, and earn draw entries to win prizes. This year’s prizes are all Canada 150–themed. The Summer Reading Club has something for younger children too.

Plant a Seed Grow a Reader

The Brandon Public Library’s Children’s Department offers you and your child the opportunity to select from thousands of books as you discover what will become your favourites to read together. Sharing books with your child is a great way to spend time together, and an opportunity to help your child begin a lifelong relationship with the printed word.