Park Falls Public Library

121 N Fourth Ave. • Park Falls, WI 54552 • (715)762-3121 •

Mon- Fri 10am - 8pm
Sat. (school yr) 10am - 2pm
Sat. (summer) closed
Sunday closed

Children's areaCHILDREN

Welcome to the Park Falls Public Library Children's Services area. We are proud of our high quality collection of Children's material in many formats. The goal of our Children’s Services collection, programs, and events is to enrich, challenge, educate, and entertain children from birth to age 14.

The friendly and helpful library staff are experienced in assisting children with finding books to read for class reports or for leisure. We are also pleased to help students with their homework using both print and online materials.  We answer parents' questions and make suggestions so they and their children can learn and enjoy together.  The library staff is dedicated to helping children learn to read, develop literacy skills, and maintain a lifelong love of books and reading.

Our Children’s Services collection is also great for teachers and educators looking for materials for class projects and papers. Some of the services we provide include preparing bags of materials for use in preschool and elementary classrooms, setting aside special collections for homework assignments, and offering library tours. We are happy to collaborate with our public and private schools, as well as homeschool parents, to further the education and literacy skills of children in the Park Falls area.

Our collection features a broad selection of high quality fiction and non-fiction for independent readers, a large collection of “easy” books for children learning to read independently or together with a parent, many audiobooks on CD, and a wide variety of DVD and VHS videos ranging from popular children’s television to educational materials.

Programming for children includes a weekly Storytime at 10:15 AM on Wednesday mornings, Summer Reading events and activities in June and July of each year, and on-going events of all sorts. We are always looking for community input and involvement to expand, improve, and develop our children’s programs.