YOUTH PROGRAMS

Current programs for kids, families, and teens at Mount Vernon City Library. Questions?  Email youth@mountvernonwa.gov or call (360) 336-6209.


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Summer Reading Program

Stay tuned for more information about summer reading!



Mexican Folk Dancing Class

Learn how to dance the popular Mexican folk dance Las Chiapanecas with Andrea! This is a dance that is performed at many celebrations and is widely known as the clapping dance.


Storytime To Go

While the library is closed to the public, we’ll be offering Storytime To Go - online weekly read alouds and activities for you to share at home with your kiddos. 


Each week on Tuesday, we’ll be posting a link to an online story and movement, math, and hands on activities. You’ll be able to enjoy a storytime experience in the comfort of your own home, and as your schedule allows. 

May 4 - "Stuck" Activity Guide

April 27 - "Can I Play Too?" Activity Guide

April 20 - "A Frog in the Bog" Activity Guide

April 13 - "Actual Size" Activity Guide

More Storytime Videos

Hora de cuentos bilingüe / Bilingual Story Time

Online weekly read alouds of bilingual books every Thursday with themed activities to accompany the story and encourage readers to think beyond the book.

May 6 - "De Donde Eres" Activity Guide

April 29 - "Book Fiesta" Activity Guide

April 21 - "Call Me Tree" Activity Guide

April 15 - "Alma" Activity Guide

April 8 - "El Conejito Andarin" Activity Guide


More Storytime Videos


New Youth and Teen Books

We're always adding new books to our collection! Below you can browse lists to see the most recent titles we've added each month.


If you would like to view a title in our catalog to see availability and/or place a hold, simply click on the corresponding cover image.

New YA - April 2021

New Picture Books - April 2021

New Junior Fiction - April 2021

New Junior Non-Fiction - April 2021

New YA - March 2021

New Fiction Novels - January 2021

Libros Nuevos / New Spanish Books

¡Los libros son para todos! Books are for everyone! Below you can browse lists to see the most recent Spanish titles we've added each month. You'll find some translations of popular English titles, but also a great selection of books written by Spanish speaking authors. 


If you would like to quickly view a title in our catalog to see availability and/or place a hold, simply click on the corresponding cover image.

Libros Nuevos - Abril 2021

Libros Nuevos JF - Abril 2021 

Libros Nuevos No Ficción - Abril 2021

Marzo 2021

Enero Libros de Photos 2021


FEATURED RESOURCES

Click here for our full youth and families resource page and discover tons of education ideas, links to online storytimes, and art, math, and science activities for all ages.


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Proquest Homework Central

Homework and research resources for elementary, middle, and high school students including topics such as culture, history, literature and more. 


*Library card required


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KidLit TV

Go on an adventure in a world of stories! KidLit TV is the place to discover great children’s books and connect with the people who create them.


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Museum of Northwest Art Lesson Plan Database

This searchable online database from MoNA features a growing list of more than 90 free art lesson plans, which can be downloaded as PDF's.


BOOKLISTS

A sampling of books for varying ages, interests and reading levels available for checkout at Mount Vernon City Library. 

Click on each list to enlarge and view titles. If you would like to quickly view a title in our catalog to see availability and/or place a hold, simply click on the corresponding cover image. 



Address

315 Snoqualmie St.

Mt Vernon, WA 98273


Phone

(360) 336-6209


Email

mvlibrary@mountvernonwa.gov


Curbside Hours

Sunday – Monday: Closed

Tuesday – Friday: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Saturday: 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.


The library building is temporarily closed to the public until further notice

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