Library Releases

  Early – Upper Years

For primary-aged children, libraries typically have a wide range of books suitable for their reading level and interests. Here are some popular categories of books you can find in the library for primary-aged children:

  1. Picture Books: Picture books are designed for young readers and are often filled with vibrant illustrations. They often tell stories with simple language and engaging visuals, making them ideal for early readers.

  2. Early Readers: These books are specifically tailored for children who are just beginning to read independently. They typically have short sentences, large fonts, and limited vocabulary to build reading skills and confidence.

  3. Chapter Books: Chapter books are longer stories divided into chapters. They are suitable for more advanced readers who are ready for more complex plots and characters. Chapter books often include illustrations to support the text.

  4. Non-fiction Books: Libraries also offer non-fiction books for primary-aged children, covering various subjects such as animals, science, history, geography, and biographies. These books provide factual information and often include visuals to enhance learning.

  5. Fiction Series: Many libraries carry popular fiction series for primary-aged children, such as the Harry Potter series, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Magic Tree House, Goosebumps, and many more. These series often captivate young readers and keep them engaged in ongoing storylines.

  6. Picture Storybooks: These books combine longer narratives with rich illustrations. They are suitable for children who are transitioning from picture books to more text-heavy stories but still enjoy visual storytelling.