The Racine Public Library Youth Services Department is on the first floor of the library. In this space, materials are available for check out in many different formats. The links below are subjects within the catalog, and you can place holds on them with your library card number and PIN.
What else can kids do at the library? Try booking our all-ages sensory room if you need a space for emotional regulation. Looking for a play space? Try the playroom in the children’s department. Interested in computer games? There’s a number of computers available for kids to use. Anyone 13 or younger can use the computers in the kids’ space. To get started, you’ll need your library card number and PIN or your RUSD student ID and password. Don’t have either of those? Just talk to a staff member about getting a guest pass.
Is your child in fourth or fifth grade? They might be interested in our annual Battle of the Books challenge!
New Children’s Books
Digital Children’s Titles
We also have a number of e-books, audiobooks and magazines that would be a great fit for kids. These are made possible by our partnership with the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium.
Elementary School BadgerLink Resources (Brought to you by BadgerLink. Your library card is needed) Get access to online encyclopedias, Learning Express Library School center, and more!
Brainfuse (Provided by SHARE libraries. Your library card is needed)
Get one on one homework help daily through this resource. Practice for the citizenship test and much more!