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Want to ace that test or write a report that shines? Great links and real live people at your service!

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What's Going On

Shows or stories, contests and crafts–There’s always something happening at your library!

Storytime

The Library provides a variety of storytimes for children. The stories, songs and activities that are featured each week will vary from branch to branch. All library storytimes are free.

Kids

Storytime Kits

Kits include stories, music, and crafts! Click on the kit and enjoy!

Find A Book

Find a Book

Top picks, our catalog and more. Great reads are waiting for you!

Parents
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Homework and Reading

Parents and families play an important role in the homework process. Parents can help children develop good study habits and attitudes to become lifelong learners.

Visit the Homework Help Page!

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Help Your Child Understand Coronavirus

What is Coronavirus? What’s the best way for you and your family to stay healthy? For answers download the guide below:

Coronavirus Coloring and Activity Book

Libro de Actividades y Colorear Sobre Coronavirus

Teachers
Schedule A Class Visit

Schedule a Library Tour or Classroom Visit

Due to social distancing contraints, we are unable to offer in-person class visits. If you’d like to set up a virtual classroom visit or library tour, please enter your information to be contacted by a children’s librarian.

Homework Alert

Homework Alert

Help us help your students! Please use this form to let us know in advance when students may be using the public library for research projects and other assignments.

Reading Programs
Reading At The Barbershop

Reading at the Barbershop

Reading at the Barbershop helps boys learn to enjoy reading so that they can read to learn.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Solano County Library has partnered with the 1000 Books Foundation to promote reading to children 0-5, and to encourage parent and child bonding through reading.

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