The Library offers both programs and books to introduce children and their families to the world of learning. We offer a variety of activities to encourage reading for entertainment, inspiration and delight. These include weekly storytimes for the parents and caregivers of infants (0-18 months old), toddlers (18-24 months old) and preschoolers. These storytimes are a total learning experience for children under 5 years of age, their parents and caregivers, offering songs, finger plays, stories, movement activities and crafts. Attendance helps to build essential skills such as introducing the concepts of colors, numbers and shapes and reinforces emerging skills needed to read such as recognition of the alphabet, rhyming and word patterns. We are always adding new programs so check your local branch for what is planned and ask a staff member about what is available at your local library.
Our Families for Literacy (FFL) programs provides early literacy development activities to families of adult learners participating in the Literacy program.
The program is targeted to children ages 0 to 5 and their caregivers. This proactive program will provide the child’s caregiver with the necessary information and skills to promote reading to their child.
Ready4K Texting Service
Solano County Library Literacy Services is working with Read4K to bring research-based messaging to families with kids ages 0-9 years. Each week, you will receive 3 texts with fun facts and tips on ways to help your child learn and grow. Ready4K tips build on your daily routines, like getting dressed, bath time, or preparing a meal. You’ll always get messages that match your child’s age.
To sign up, text SCL to 70138 and choose the language you prefer. This is a free service which you can stop at anytime!