Finding a penny on the ground is a special occurrence for most kids regardless of age especially if it's found heads-up for good luck! More often than not the penny
Baking and cooking are great ways to help kids learn about math and science, while making something delicious and spending quality time with their grown ups.
Looking for something to do this summer? Come into the library and browse our books on crafts, games/activities, camping, cooking and more! Here are some titles that are available to you:
Calling all children who will be entering 1st through 5th grades in the fall! You are invited to join the Read2gether program and read with a volunteer entering 6th
Families hooked on books can once again take a stroll along the Riverwalk as Naperville Public Library will bring back the popular StoryWalk program that merges the benefits of literacy, physical f
Fun. Exciting. Educational. Magical. Dirty!
Question: What's more fun than a barrel of monkeys?
Answer: Dogs in the Library!
The Summer Reading Program begins today! The theme this year is "Every Hero Has a Story."
Four reasons to sign up: Fun!
Looking for a way to decrease screen time while increasing family time? Grab a deck of playing cards and play a game of Go Fish or Crazy Eights.
Just to the southeast of Nichols Library there is a dusty, noisy and exciting location that is in for some big changes: the Water Street District construction site.
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