Summer Operating Hours
Monday - Thursday
 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday 
 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 
 CLOSED
The library will close 15 minutes early each day for cleaning
302 South Main Street
Tuskegee, AL  36083
Phone:  (334) 727-5192
Fax:  (334) 727-5989
 
Clark the Shark Afraid of the Dark by Bruce Hale and read by Mrs. Gloria Adams
The Giving Tree  
by Shel Silverstein and read by Mrs. Gloria Adams


The Giving Tree  by Shel Silverstein and read by Mrs. Gloria Adams
The Giving Tree  by Shel Silverstein and read by Mrs. Gloria Adams
Up the Learning Tree 
by Marcia Vaughan and read by Gloria Adams
Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters by John Stepol read by Councilwoman Norma Jackson



The Giving Tree  by Shel Silverstein and read by Mrs. Gloria Adams


The Giving Tree  by Shel Silverstein and read by Mrs. Gloria Adams

The Giving Tree  by Shel Silverstein and read by Mrs. Gloria Adams
Up the Learning Tree by Marcia Vaughan and read by Gloria Adams
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How Do I Feel? 
by  Becca Heiden, PhD
Read by:  Jaden Childress

Green Eggs and Ham 
by Dr. Seuss 
Read by:  Jordan Childress
Charlotte and The Nut Cracker 
by:  Charlotte Nebres
Read by:  Dr. Wayne Barr
Why Not You? 
 by 
Ciara and Russell Wilson
Read by:  Mr. James Arrington
Daddy Speaks Love 
by Leah Henderson
Read by Ms. Katrina Love
KIDS KORNER



Story Hour




Homework Help - link (www.homeworkalabama.org)

This service offers free homework help  from subject specialists.  Available Sunday -- Thursday from 3:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m !!! 

Free Tutoring - Math - Science - Social Studies - English.  Grades K3-12, College Intro, and Adult Learner.


Just For Fun on the Web

PBSKids - Links to all your favorite PBS Kid Shows -- ArthurBetween the LionsDragon Tales, Sesame Street and Zoom just to name a few.

DinoDictionary - If you are a paleontologist-in-training,this is the site for you!

Puzzle Choice - Crossword puzzles, word searches, number puzzles, logic puzzles.  What ever puzzle you want -- puzzle choice has it.

 


Kids--Recommended Reads

AWARD WINNERS

Caldecott Award for illustration
Coretta Scott King Award for African American authors and illustrators
Newberry Award for writing

 

Kids: Caldecott Medal

First presented in 1938 the Caldecott Medal is awarded annually to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children.  Named in honor of the renowned 19th century British illustrator Randolph Caldecott, the award is sponsored by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association.


Caldecott Medal Winners and Honor Books are listed below, arranged from the newest recipients to the oldest.  

 

 

Kids: Coretta Scott King Award

The Coretta Scott King Award is sponsored the Ethinic and Multicultural Information Exchange Round Table of the American Library Association. Recipients are authors and illustrators of African descent whose books promote an understanding and appreciation of the American Dream.

 

Coretta Scott King Award Winners and Honor Books, for authors and illustrators, are arranged below from the newest recipients to the oldest.

 


Born on the Water
1619 Project
by:  Nicole Jones and Renee Watson
Read by:  Dr. Wayne Barr
She's Brown Like Me 
by: Febrah Hall 
Read By:  Mrs. Grant
Everything Will be OK 
by: Anna Dewdney
Read by:  Chief Jennifer Jordan
The Day the Crayons Quit 
by: Drew Daywalt
Read by Ronnie Dennis
The Sloth Slept On 
by Frann Preston-Gannon 
Read by Mrs. Karen Stewart Moore
You Can Be ABCs
 by Robert Samuel White, II and Robert Samuel White III
Read by Helen Howard
Little Lonely Tree by 
Marilyn Price-Hoyt
Read by Marilyn Price-Hoyt
Creepy Crayon 
by Aaron Reynolds
Read by:  James Arrington