Youth Services

​About the Youth Services Department

Wright Library's Youth Services team is ready to support the curiosity and education of our community. Please don't hesitate to Contact Us with questions or feedback.

Meet the Youth Services Coordinator: Michele Schoen


Youth Services Events

Discover our weekly & monthly programs and events on the Events Calendar

Woman helps young boy choose a library book.
Young people's hands work on fiber art crafts
Weekly & Monthly activities throughout the year
Child reads a board book on her mother's lap
Traditional and non-traditional stories for different ages and activity levels

 

Browse these book recommendations from recent Wright Reads newsletters. Select a cover image to learn more or to place a request through the library catalog.


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Services for Families, Kids, and Teens

Wright Library offers a range of services to support the educational needs of children and teens:

Teacher Library Cards and Collections

Wright Library supports educators' needs by offering a special card for professional use. Home educators and school teachers can apply for a Teacher's Library Card, which allows for longer loan periods, higher item limits, and some fine forgiveness. Please see the Teacher Library Cards page for the full policy and to complete an application, or request a Teacher Collection.


Additional Resources

Renaissance Accelerated Reader Book Find

This site will help you find a book's Accelerated Reader (ATOS) level and point value. Quick Search an individual title or use Advanced Search to generate a list of titles that fit your specific needs. Please note: the library does not own every book found on the AR Book Find site. 

Ohio Governor's Imagination Library

Sign up any child from birth up to age 5 to receive a new book in the mail each month at no cost to you.

Library Ambassadors

Each fall, Library Ambassadors are selected from Oakwood's K-6 students based on their outstanding achievements in Wright Library's Summer Reading Club.