From September 15 to October 15, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the history, cultures, and contributions of Americans with Spanish, Mexican, Caribbean, Central, and South American ancestry. We’re here to connect you with books and learning experiences celebrating Hispanic heritage throughout the year. You’re invited to join us at a program, check out books by Latin American and Hispanic authors, and delve into resources that explore the achievements of Hispanic communities across the United States.
If your child visited the Mount Prospect Public Library recently, they might have learned about the secret lives of librarians. This VIP experience includes a tour of restricted zones in the library. There are a lot of myths about what it’s like to work in a public library, but none of them come close to capturing what it’s like working in a library.
Like many of today’s young whippersnappers, for a time my kids hoped to make it big as professional YouTubers. During that phase, their favorite activity involved planning and recording videos around their unique cooking theme “Gross to Good.” The idea was just like it sounds, except for the “good” part.
Upcoming Youth Events
This in-person program will be held in the Youth Program Room. For ages birth through 24 months with an adult. A lifelong love of reading starts at birth! Join us for songs,…
This in-person program will be held in the Youth Program Room. For ages 2-3 with an adult. Grow your little learner’s early literacy and language skills at this playful storytime full of…
This in-person program will be held in the Youth Program Room. For grades 3-5. Use our materials to craft a one-of-a-kind mini plush. How many googly eyes will you use? Please register for…
- Hispanic Heritage Month
- Autism for Children
- 2024 Bluestem Award Nominees
- Funny Stories for Grades 2-3
- Spooky Scary
Autism for Children
2024 Bluestem Award Nominees
Funny Stories for Grades 2-3
Hispanic Heritage Month