From learning tools to interactive books and games, Midland County Public Libraries invites elementary and middle-grade children to explore an engaging environment.
Don't have a library card? Children and teens enrolled within the Midland or Greenwood Independent School Districts are able to use School ID numbers on the SORA by OverDrive e-reading app to access age-appropriate e-books from both their school library and Midland County Public Libraries!
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Children in grades one through five are able to meet with a library staff member every Tuesday and Thursday for homework help in all subject areas. The libraries also have online resources available to help with homeschooling and 24/7 tutoring.
During the summer, Midland County Public Libraries partners with West Texas Food Bank to provide free Grab-and-Go lunches for kids and teens aged 18 and younger at the Downtown Library. No registration is required! Made possible by contributions from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC), Library Lunches aims to encourage summer reading, lifelong literacy, and continued learning.
In addition to grab-and-go lunches, families will receive free books to take home, information about other community resources, and craft supplies.