It is time once again for the Palo Alto City Library Writing Contest, now called the Elizabeth Stewart Writing Contest in honor of the late Miss Liz.
Women’s History Month 2023
We can honor women’s history all year by reading books, listening to audiobooks, watching videos, and taking virtual museum visits. Explore the many resources included below and learn about extraordinary women!
Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit
Celebrate Lunar New Year with the Palo Alto City Library! We have special events, books, crafts, and festive ideas to ring in the Year of the Rabbit.
Book Recommendations by Reading Level
Looking for books for your child but not sure where to start? Check out this guide for finding books based on reading level, from pre-readers to tweens.
Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month
Join us between September 15 – October 15 as we celebrate Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month!
Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month
The Palo Alto City Library celebrates our Asian American and Pacific Islander community and shares their rich heritage through activities, events, and education.
Neurodiversity Celebration Week
Neurodiversity Celebration Week (March 21-27) is a time to recognize and celebrate individuals with their own unique way of thinking and experiencing the world around them.
Celebrate the Year of the Tiger
Lunar New Year is a festival that celebrates the beginning of the New Year on the traditional Chinese calendar. Join the Palo Alto City Library in celebrating the Year of the Tiger!
Handmade With Love
The winter holidays are a great time of year to make handmade gifts for your family and friends. Giving a handmade gift is extra special because it is one-of-a-kind and made with love. So bust out your craft supplies and start making! Books: Check out these craft books for kids, and turn those beautiful craft…
Virtual Storytime Songs & Rhymes
Storytime can be a wonderful bonding experience with your child and an opportunity to teach them repetition, rhyme, and rhythm. All three are helpful ways to boost your child’s language and early literacy skills. But have you ever attended (or viewed) one of our storytimes and didn’t know the words to a song or a rhyme?…
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