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Sublette County Libraries

Kids Library

Kids Library

Upcoming Events

Pinedale Library

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Library Playhouse

Elementary school aged kids can try out different activities and crafts. Next up: come make magnetic bookmarks!

Pinedale Library Storytime Room
Weekly on Mondays at 4:00 PM
Weekly on Fridays at 2:30 PM
Next: Friday, March 1 at 2:30 PM
A group of kids around a librarian reading a book
Early Childhood Storytime

Elementary school aged kids are invited to enjoy stories, crafts, and activities. No registration is required and kids are free to leave at any time.

Pinedale Library Storytime Room
Weekly on Wednesdays
Next: Wednesday, March 6
10:00-11:00 AM

Big Piney Library

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Big Piney Storytime

Our littlest library lovers, ages 0-5, are invited to enjoy stories, songs, crafts, and activities.

Big Piney Library Children's Area
Weekly on Fridays
Next: Friday, March 1
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Multicolored paints in plastic cups
S'Cool Kids Club

Elementary school aged kids are invited to enjoy stories, crafts, and activities. No registration is required and kids are free to leave at any time.

Big Piney Library Children's Area
Weekly on Tuesdays
Next: Tuesday, March 5
3:30-4:30 PM

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Special Offerings

The book cover for "Winter is Here" depicting a dog in the snow

Outdoor Story Stroll​

Take a walk along our outdoor Story Stroll located in Pinedale's Boyd Skinner Park! For the month of August, read Winter is Here by Kevin Henkes. The story begins at the Shanley Ave. entrance and meanders for 1/2 mile along Pine Creek.

This project was made possible by grant funding from Sublette BOCES and incredible support from the Town of Pinedale.

The book cover for "If You Find a Leaf" depicting a dog in the snow

Outdoor Story Stroll​

Take a walk along our outdoor Story Stroll located in Pinedale's Boyd Skinner Park! For the month of August, read Winter is Here by Kevin Henkes. The story begins at the Shanley Ave. entrance and meanders for 1/2 mile along Pine Creek.

This project was made possible by grant funding from Sublette BOCES and incredible support from the Town of Pinedale.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Reading to babies, toddlers, and preschoolers is beneficial for their brain development and academic success. It is correlated with improved attention spans and better concentration. Early reading also ignites the child's creativity and imagination, teaches them sight words and expands vocabulary.

The 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program is designed be a fun approach to establishing strong early literacy skills. Parents, you can choose between a sticker log, a book list log, or download an app to keep track of the number of books read. When kids reach 100 books, their photo goes up on our bulletin board. They get a sticker for every 100 books read, and when they reach 1000 books, they get to choose a book prize and the 1000 Book sticker goes on their photo.

Get started fostering a lifelong love of reading today; pick up book logs in the Children's Room at the Pinedale Library.

A row of Wonderbooks available for kids at the Sublette County Libraries

Wonderbooks

Add even more fun to your family reading time! Discover and check out Wonderbooks, print books with a ready-to-play audiobook inside. Kids simply press play to hear the story and read along. All they have to do is turn the page (and there's even a page-turning ding to remind them!) Wonderbooks are best for readers ages 3-13.

Available for check out at both the Pinedale and Big Piney Libraries. Stop in and take a Wonderbook home this week!

STEAM Kits

We have STEAM kits that you can take home and explore with! From dinosaurs to the universe, kids can learn all about the science, technology, engineering, arts and math world around us, right at home!

Available for checkout at the Pinedale and Big Piney Libraries for up to seven days. One STEAM kit can be checked out at a time with no renewals. A parent or guardian must be present for check out.

A tremendous thanks to the Wyoming State Library for providing funding to Wyoming libraries for these kits.

Baby Welcome Gifts

Have you recently had a baby? Ask for our free Baby Welcome Tote Bag to help start your little one on a path to lifelong reading. Our reusable canvas tote bag is filled with a custom Sublette County Libraries onesie, early literacy milestone info, storytime handouts, a shaker, a scarf, and a book!

Welcome tote bag and gifts have been generously funded by the Sublette County Library Foundation, Inc. and the Sublette County School District #1's Early Childhood Liaison (Pinedale Early Childhood Community Liaison). They are best for babies of ages newborn - 6 months.

Texts to Boost Reading

Parents of pre-schoolers, sign up for texts from Ready4K. These texts will show you how to boost your children’s learning and get them ready for kindergarten. Research shows that receiving these helpful texts can significantly increase children’s learning.

Parents and caregivers with children, ages 3 to 5, are invited to sign up for the free service, which provides three texts per week. The service is available in English and Spanish.

Developed by the University of Wyoming's Literacy Research Center and Stanford University.

Grab-and-go story bags sitting on a bookshelf in the Children's Room at Pinedale Library

Grab-and-Go Stories

Recreate storytimes at home! Each Grab-and-Go Story kit contains three pictures books on a specific theme and a laminated sheet with songs, rhymes, and reading tips. Some kits even include a felt board. Grab-and-Go stories are best for readers in pre-school and kindergarten.

Available for checkout at the Pinedale Library for up to three weeks. One Grab-and-Go Story kit can be checked out at a time.

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Kindle Fires, Nooks, & iPads

Kids have access to technology right at their fingertips!

With the Amazon Fire 10, they can access child-friendly apps, games, and books. Tablets are pre-loaded for kids ages 3-7 or for kids ages 8-12. The Amazon Fire tablets come with protective cases and chargers and children are not able to make purchases or access non-child friendly items.

Preloaded Nooks & iPads allow kids to enjoy ebooks in a safe and age appropriate manner. The Nooks come with parental controls and are just for reading.

Kindle Fires & Nooks are available for check out for up to three weeks at both the Pinedale and Big Piney Libraries. iPads are available for check out for up to three weeks at the Big Piney Library.

A lineup of American Girl Dolls

American Girl Dolls

At the Pinedale and Big Piney Libraries, you can check out a variety of American Girl Dolls to enjoy at home for up to seven days (with no renewals).

A parent or guardian's permission is required for check out.

What Can We Help You Find? Search the Library's Website. Online Catalog.

What Can We Help You Find? Search the Library's Website. Online Catalog.

What Can We Help You Find?
Search the Library's
Website. Online Catalog.

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