Here's the fun stuff! Graphic novels, story-telling and reading suggestions for the young, or young-at-heart.

Upcoming Kids Events

#StayAtHome Storytime

p>While you're staying home, we're bringing storytime to you! Join Emma and the library staff on YouTube, Instagram or Facebook for regular storytimes online!

You can also check out storytime every Wednesday morning at 9.30 from the State Library of Victoria.

The Rainbow Serpent

Thelma The Unicorn

The Bunyip of Berkeley's Creek

Ellie's Dragon

There's a Monster In My House!

Grace's Mystery Seed

The Seven Sisters - for Indigenous Literacy Day!

The Swap

Wombat Stew

Rodney Loses It!

Edward the Emu

National Simultaneous Storytime - with library staff!

Budinge and the Min Min Lights

Baby Bird's Blankie

Pig The Star

Top Koala

Where is the Green Sheep?

The Terrible Underpants

1000 Books Before School
6 Apr – 31 Dec 2020

1000 Books Before School

Reading with your child is a great way to encourage a love of books!

Click & Collect Library
25 Jun – 31 Oct 2020

Click & Collect Library

Library closed? No problem! No need to run out of things to read or watch.

All Libraries Closed
6 Aug – 31 Oct 2020

All Libraries Closed

Until further notice.

Online Library Resources For Kids

  • Inside a Dog
    Inside a Dog is a place for teen readers which is all about books – by young people, for young people.
  • Victorian Premiers' Reading Challenge
    The Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge encourages children to read a set number of books over the year and record their efforts online.
  • Children's Book Council
    The Children's Book Council of Australia is a not-for-profit, volunteer run organisation which aims to engage the community with literature for young Australians.

Homework Help

  • Ergo - State Library of Victoria
    This website is provided by the State Library of Victoria and is designed for Victorian students and their teachers. It provides access to: comprehensive easy to follow research and essay writing guides; over 700 digitised primary sources from the State Library of Victoria; and a database of teachers's resources with links to the Victorian Essential Learning Standards and the Australian Curriculum.