Easy Reader Fiction Books Easy Reader Fiction books are a wonderful and engaging tool to involve preschool children and beginning readers in literacy development. The Stratford Library Children’s Department has an extensive collection of Easy Reader Fiction books designed to encourage love of reading among young children. The goal in choosing Easy Reader books is […]
Easy Nonfiction Books Many preschool children and beginning readers are interested in learning about the world around them. The Stratford Library Children’s Department has a browsing collection of Easy Nonfiction books designed to spark the curiosity of these young explorers. Easy Nonfiction books are organized by subject in these categories and sub-categories: • About Me: […]
This week, we’re showing you how to locate and register for Library events from the Stratford Library website. We hope you join us for events this November!
Welcome to this week’s School Support Tip, where we walk you through using the Library’s catalog. It’s the best place to shop for books, movies, and more, and it’s free with your Library card!
How to Get A Library Card People often ask us, “How old does my child have to be to get a library card?” Our answer is, “They have to be born.” It’s true! All Stratford residents, regardless of their age, can get a library card. There are 3 levels of library cards: • Kids PreK-5th […]
INFORMATION FOR STRATFORD LIBRARY FAMILIES Hello, families! The Stratford Library is open, but please be aware that your visit to the library will be a very different experience during this school year. The Library is operating under our own Phased Plan for Operations During the Covid 19 Pandemic which adheres to guidelines provided by the […]
Every Monday, we’ll be posting School Support Tips to help families learning at home. Welcome! The Stratford Library Children’s Department is now open! We are back on the second floor, with a new look. Although the new furniture has not yet arrived, you’ll be able to see the changes we have made during the renovation. […]
The Stratford Library wants to let you know that children and families can do research online using the ResearchItCt website, provided by the State of Connecticut. You can get free access to magazines, newspapers, nonfiction books, and articles via the site using your Library card. Want info on presidents, planets, or pandas? You’ll find anything […]