Children’s Services at the McKinney Public Library
The library designs programs and selects materials that help you move your child through healthy development. Our children’s programs and events are thoughtfully planned to provide a child a fun and positive experience with books and information.
Keeping a journal of the things you read helps you find even more of what you enjoy. Our Beanstack service is easy to use. Parents must register individually, then register each child as a reader to get the most out of the experience. Through the service you will also get recommendations.
Little Ones Lapsit
Spend some quality time with your baby. Our library staff will model activities and behaviors that build preliteracy skills.
Have fun imagining a road trip around the world! Learn about people and places through stories. This program is for children ages 3-7.
Understand basic principles of architecture, physics, and construction through creative play and crafting.
Through simple science experiments children will have an opportunity to learn about how things work in the world around them.
What’s the BUZZZZZZZ? Busy kids learning about their world, community, and arts. This specially designed weekly afterschool program is for children ages seven to ten.
Mother-Daughter Book Club, Summer 2017
Second Monday of the month, 6:30 p.m. at the John & Judy Gay Library
July 10: Pax by Sara Pennypacker
August 14: Wild Robot by Peter Brown
To schedule a library tour, please contact Gary Landeck (972-547-2045) or Abby Stapp (972-547-2033). Reservations for tours should be made two weeks in advance. Tours are scheduled at either the Roy & Helen Hall Library or the John & Judy Gay Library..
Please let us know of your interests by getting a ticket for an event and attending. All programs are free and events are open to the public as space and resources allows. Tickets to events are general admission and standby tickets will be released at the start of the event.
Come back to tell us what you liked each time you attended a program.