Check out the display of print resources, assistive technology, and supportive reading formats available for people with dyslexia in the Youth Services Room this month! For more information, check out our resource list: What About…Dyslexia and other Learning Disorders….
Join us once a month! This multi-sensory story time is developed for children, ages 3 – 10, who have developmental delays, autism, difficulty with large groups and/or other disabilities. Visuals, interactive preschool-level stories, adaptive movement, and sensory activities are some of the experiences included to engage through the senses. Also great for English Language Learning families. Siblings welcome! Upcoming fall dates: November 9….
Check out the new ASL signed story kits from ASL RAPP (Reading and Parents Program). These kits include a picture book, DVD of a storyteller signing the story in American Sign Language (ASL), and laminated activity/craft ideas. These kits are available in the Youth Special Needs Collection….
Did you know that we have dozens of databases at the library designed to help you find reliable information on a variety of topics? And we have specific databases designed for kids too! Our databases are the go-to place for accurate information written by experts in a variety of journals, encyclopedias, newspapers, magazines, and more….
Need a reading suggestion? Check out these lists, full of hand-picked titles by your BTPL Youth Services Librarians! We also have brochures with 101 books for every grade in the Youth Room when you visit the library. Want more personalized recommendations? Fill out our Online Reading Form and we’ll email you with up to 10 suggestions within a week. …