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Welcome to Children's Services!

We are here to make your visit to the library system a fun experience. Your Children and their safety are very important to us. Please ready our Child Safety Policy and if you have any questions or concerns, let us know.

Dial-A-Story

Call the story line on the telephone and listen to a different children's story every month.
(864) 850-7080 or (864) 868-2727

Caregiver Bags

Caregiver bags are basically "storytime in a bag!" These themed bags are geared towards any caregiver working with a child in preschool through first grade. Each bag is built around a specific theme that will introduce important concepts of early childhood learning. View in Catalog

Special Collections

Not only does the library offer Board books, Easy Fiction, Juvenile Fiction and Children's non-fiction, we also provide special collections. These include SC Award winners, Caldecott Award winners, Newberry Award winners and more. Many books in Braille are available. Our collection also includes kits that contain a book and CD. A selection of eBooks are available that may be downloaded from the library’s website. We also have a collection of educational board games that may be checked out.

Upcoming Children's Events

Mother Goose on the Loose

This new nursery rhyme program lets children, ages birth - 3 with a caregiver, have fun while learning social skills in an environment that will help to prepare them for preschool.

The 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month
10:30am at the Sarlin Branch in Liberty
The 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month
10:30am at the Village Branch in Pickens

Meet Author Dana Rongoine
Monday, September 15

At 6:30pm at the Hampton Memorial Library in Easley, Dana will talk about and read from her Delaware Detectives books, middle-grade mysteries filled with treasure hunts, pirate spies, and Indian lore! Books will be available for purchase and signing.

American Girl Program
Saturday, September 13

Join us at the Hampton Memorial Library in Easley at 10am for an American Girls Program featuring Samantha and Nellie, two young girls growing up in New York during the early 1900s.