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Welcome, Kids!

A one-stop-shop for our youngest patrons to learn about all the great benefits of being a library member!

Why are libraries so great?

The public library is awesome! 

It is a free space with loads of cool collections and resources that is available to you, with no charge.

There are not many places like that in the world anymore! 

Libraries provide access to learning opportunities, like how to use Ozobots to identify the best pokémon in the Galar Region! The best part of library services to kids is that they are created with YOU in mind! The same goes for the books, movies, music, and games in our collections. We curate them based on what you like and what you are looking for. 

The library is YOUR space! It is your resource to use to learn, create, play, and explore! 

Penguin waving his arm in the air


How can I get a library card?

There are two ways that you can get a library card. 

1. Go the library nearest you and register for a card at the main circulation desk. You will need to bring a grown-up that you live with and is your main caregiver. They have to sign for your card if you are under 13 years of age. 

2. Register online.Get carded at the Newfoundland and Labrador Public Libraries! Discover the joys of your local library. Get the card- it's free

  • Check out Julia's video in the Fun Tips box the left for a step-by-step guide to registering for your card. 
  • Click HERE for the link that will take you directly to the Become a Member page! 

I have a library card, now what?

Good question! 

Once you have a library card you have access to thousands of cool things! FOR FREE!!

With your library card you can borrow

  • up to 18 books
  • up to 6 board gamesChild's library card; a penguin reading a book with a rainbow coming out of it. A castle on a hill and a dragon flying in the sky. An astronaut and stars and planets.
  • up to 6 DVDs or CDs 
  • up to 6 audiobooks

You can also access all of our cool programs and use computers and Wi-Fi

You can also access our Digital Library!

Where is the library, anyway?