Kids & Teens

The Clear Lake Public Library has activities and a hangout for any age! Pick your age group to see what we have to offer!

Teen & Tween
Grades 4 & 5
Grades 1 – 3
5 and Younger

Kids Catalog

Browse books perfect for kids. The catalog includes pictures of your beloved characters helping your child easily find the books they want to read.

Browse Kids Catalog

Teens & Tweens

Looking for a place to hang with your friends, read a book or flip through your favorite magazine?

Go up the stairs and take a right and use the Teen Space furnished with bean bag chairs and a café booth. Take advantage of the library’s WiFi and online resources.

Marvelous Mondays

Grades 4 & 5

Marvelous Mondays is a free weekly after school activity for 4th and 5th graders at the Clear Lake Public Library. The program of games, reading and crafts runs from 3:15 to 5 p.m. The Winter session runs from Jan. 4 to Feb. 8. Registration is limited to 15. Parents of interested children may stop in or phone 357-0315 to find out if there are any openings. Deb Tudor from the library’s children’s department is in charge.

Wonderful Wednesdays

Grades 1 – 3

The library’s free weekly after school activity for grades 1-3 continues on early-out Wednesdays.  Registration is limited to 15.  Parents of interested children may stop in or phone 357-0315 to find out if there are any openings. The program goes from 2:15 to 4 p.m. and typically includes story time, activities, exploration of the library, a craft, and a snack. The after school program is held in 3 sessions: fall, winter, and spring. Brianna Sholly, Youth Services Director, is in charge.

Story Time

5 and younger

Wednesdays, 10:30 – 11:00 am

Come join the fun for young families at the library’s free weekly storytime for children age five and younger, held from 10:30 – 11 a.m. These sessions are drop-in, no registration is required. Sign in when you arrive. Two age groups meet during each storytime. Infants and toddlers up to age three enjoy stories, music and finger plays. Three, four and five-year-olds listen to stories and make a related craft. A parent or responsible adult care giver must accompany children attending storytime.