Fall River Public Library
The Fall River Public Library Children's Room is open during regular library hours and serves infants through eighth graders with a variety of programs, books, audio books, movies, music, book kits, puzzles, toys, games, comics/graphic novels, magazines, encyclopedias, and reference resources. For more information about Children's Services, or to sign up for story hours or other programs, call us at 508-324-2700, ext. 4, or email David Mello, Children's Supervisor.
The library holds regular preschool storytimes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, as well as special themed storytimes. You can also watch storytimes at home. Many of them are available on Fall River Community Media (FRCTV) on their YouTube channel.
Children old enough to write their name may sign up for a library card. Children age 12 and under should apply for their library card in the Children's Room, and will need a parent or guardian to sign for them. Teens age 13-17 can sign up at the adult circulation desk, and will still need a parent or guardian to co-sign. Parents will need a photo ID.
Children can check out books on their own cards, but will need a parent or guardian to check out media other than books, such as movies, games, and music.
During the summer, the library offers a summer reading program for kids up to age 12. Children participate by keeping track of books they read (parents can read to younger children) and receive a reading certificate and book prize at the end of the summer. Each summer has a different theme, and there are weekly activities, guest entertainers, and special family events and prizes.
The library offers storytelling, craft programs, concerts, movies, game days, puppet shows, and a variety of engaging, entertaining, and interactive programs for children and families. Check our Calendar of Events and follow us on Facebook for updates on all that we have to offer.