Tech Night with District 97
- Explore educational apps, online research databases, and more for grade-school and middle-school students with teacher librarians and children's librarians. Register now. 
Storytimes return September 6
- Classes help children acquire pre-literacy skills in fun, age-appropriate ways. See the fall schedule. 
More learning with your library
- Getting ready for kindergarten? Check out our favorite learning apps. 
- Looking for a great book? See our recommendations, by age and grade .
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Ever wanted to learn how to weave, or learn French, or practice writing your first novel? Maybe you want to learn about the stars or practice your own computer programming with Raspberry Pi? Discovery Kits offer activities in art and music, language arts, life science, math and engineering, physical science, and technology. Don’t forget to record your experiences in the mini journals included in each kit.
Have you and your child listened to a story as a Playaway audiobook? These all-in-one players come preloaded with kids' digital books in high-definition sound—you just supply the headphones and a AAA battery. Playaway audiobooks are easy to use and offer educational benefits including increased reading comprehension, retention, vocabulary skills, phonemic awareness, and fluency.
Tours, storytimes and group visits may be scheduled for school classes, scout groups, daycares, and parent groups. To schedule a visit, please call 708.452.3420 at least two weeks in advance.
Homework Help 
Reserve the Homework Hub and use our online research tools
Borrowing & Cards 
Any Oak Park resident of any age can get a library card! Applying for a baby, toddler, preschooler, child, tween or teen? Visit the library together.
The Children's Room has computers and iPads loaded with super special games and apps just for kids!