Early Learning

Plano Public Library offers a variety of age appropriate storytimes and other early learning events that teach early literacy and reading readiness skills for children.

Online Learning

We have tons of eBooks, kids video streaming and more – free with your library card!

Kids eBooks and eAudiobooks on Overdrive

Kids Kanopy video streaming

Kids’ Crafts on the Hobbies & Crafts database

Reading recommendations on K-8 NoveList

Language learning beginning with preschoolers on Pronunciator

Family Place Library

Visit our website to read about our two Family Place Library designations, at Harrington and Schimelpfenig libraries. This designation means we provide a welcoming community environment with resources to help families nurture their children’s development and early learning during the critical first years of life.

Be sure to see our latest Engage brochure for workshop registration.

DIY Literacy with Library Make

Want to learn about fun, easy literacy activities? Then it’s time for Library Make, a video tutorial series brought to you by Plano Public Library! To see Library Make activities and tutorials, check out all our posts tagged “Library Make” or see the full archive on our YouTube page.

Reading Lists

Texas Library Association puts out two reading lists each year, 2×2 (recommended books for children age two to grade 2) and Texas Bluebonnet Award (grades 3 – 6). Your Plano Public Library has all books available either in print or digital.

Search the catalog for any interesting titles.


Visit our website to learn about STEAM Kits and other science, technology, engineering, arts and math learning opportunities from your library. STEAM Kits are available for ages 3+

Storytime at the Library

Visit our website for descriptions of each of our almost-daily storytime sessions to find the perfect fit for your family. Storytime is offered year-round.

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