Little Pim is an online language learning program for children ages infant to 6. Choose from eleven different languages! Log in from home with your East Longmeadow library card or come to the library and try it out! Click here to get started!
Take a peak around the library….
- Picture Books
- Fiction Books
- Non-Fiction Books
- Reference Books
- Videos and DVDs
- Video Games (Wii, Playstation 3, and XBox)
- Computer Games
- Audio Books
- Story Time Kits
When you visit, and need assistance finding the perfect book or help with your homework project, stop by the ASK ME desk. If you have a question right now, click the ASK ME icon to e-mail library staff with your question. Looking for a good book? Take a look at our book recommendations.
Homework Computer Center
Patrons who wish to use the computer may do so by using their library card to sign up for a half hour of use. Each computer has Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office to help with your homework needs. Please remember these computers are only for children in sixth grade or younger and that you will need a valid children’s library card. For all the computer rules read our COMPUTER POLICY.
Available every day, kids and parents can create something extra special with fun art materials that are always changing. Whether doing leaf rubbings in the fall, piecing together a puzzle, or using stampers, there is always something fun to do at the Craft Corner! Come on in and create!
Visit on rainy days (or any day you feel like playing) to see our Lego table, kitchen, dress up area, NEW tree house, and all our great games and toys! Our goal is to create a safe and fun environment for kids to read and learn. Toward this end, we have a SAFE CHILD POLICY and LIBRARY BEHAVIOR POLICY .
AWE Early Literacy Station
Come visit this wonderful new touch screen computer loaded with preschool software. This is a perfect place for our youngest library patron to explore, learn and play!
The Resource Room
We have a state of the art resource room complete with Ellison Die machine, laminator, and more. The requirement to use the Ellison Die Cut machine is a purchase of one die . The dies range in price from $40 and up. This room is provided by the Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant through the Massachusetts Dept. of Early Education and Care. For more information contact Cindy Milner at email@example.com.