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The Walla Walla Public Library... Your community resource for information, knowledge & reading!
Have you heard about CrewSpace, our new media lab? Register for a class today!
The library is a wonderful place for both the young and young-at-heart to grow, connect & imagine.
Find out how you can get involved at the library through volunteering today.
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Cuentos para Niños

11-19-2014

Los viernes a las 11:00am en la Biblioteca Pública de Walla Walla del 7 de noviembre &nbs... Read more

CrewSpace class offerings

10-21-2014

The October - December 2014 CrewSpace Media Lab class schedule includes: Movies in Context o... Read more

Storytimes & Fall Programs for Young…

08-13-2014

The fall lineup of programs for young people are underway and include -  Weekly St... Read more

Nonresident cards are a bargain!

11-29-2012

For less than $6 a month you have access to everything in the Library, to its virtual collection and... Read more

IT AcademyClick here to take Microsoft IT Academy courses for free! Thanks to: Microsoft; the Washington State Library; the legislature; and your local public library for providing Washington state residents with this important opportunity.

Through a Humanities Washington Grant, the Walla Walla Public Library will be presenting Prime Time Reading in the fall of 2013.  

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Resources for students and their parents in need of homework assistance.

  • Student Research Center: Easily obtain information from verified sources.  All subjects and grade levels.  Ace that homework!
  • Culturegrams: Discover the world with Culturegrams.  The best resource for state and country reports or just learning about the world for fun.
  • World Book Encyclopedia: A great first stop for information, whether for a school assignment or for fun.  Multimedia and interactive World Book Encyclopedia on-line is an amazing tool. 
  • Smithsonian Education: Science, art, culture; check out this awesome site for kids created by our National Museum.

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Resources for parents interested in enhancing their child’s reading skills through fun, interactive online programs.

  • TumbleBooks: TumbleBooks reads aloud and animates many of your child's favorite books!  An excellent program for beginning readers. 
  • Starfall: Give your child a head-start in phonics with this fun and engaging online program.  Useful for children in pre-K to 2nd grade.
  • Kids USA: This government-sponsored website contains information from a wide range of subjects, from art to music to history to online safety and more.
  • National Geographic Kids: NatGeo Kids’ website is a treasure trove of games, videos, photos, crafts, and other fun activities for kids of all ages.
  • The Science of Baseball: Baseball is more than just America’s National Pastime.  Learn about the science of baseball right here!

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Find lists of award winning and recommended books for young people.

  • American Library Association: Association for Library Service to Children Book and Media Awards
    The American Library Association’s annual awards for children’s and young adult literature and recommendations from Librarians across the country.
  • NoveList K-8: Everything for children's fiction needs: suggestions, lists, the next in a series, and more.
  • KidsReads: Kids review and recommend books, from the hottest fiction to old favorites, great peer to peer recommendations.
  • Guys Read: Jon Scieszka’s Guys Read website, focuses on recommendations for boys and young men.
  • Best Children’s Books: Hundreds of book lists created by subject and broken down by age category. Created by teachers across the country.
  • Walla Walla Kids Read: The authors and books that have been featured during the annual Walla Walla Kids Read events.

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Kids grow at the Walla Walla Public Library. Getting that first library card is a ticket to active, engaged learning that lasts a lifetime.

Kids connect at the Walla Walla Public Library. Your library is online, providing access to paid services and solid homework help.

Kids imagine at the Walla Walla Public Library.  Board books, early reading, favorite series, books that open new subjects, e-books, and audio… the library collection is for all ages and interests!

 

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