The Children’s Room at PGTPL

The Children’s Room is a wonderland of activities and things to borrow! The minute you step into the Children’s Room you won’t want to stop moving and exploring. From the train table to the computer station, there’s always something new to do and explore. The Imagination hub is full of activities and projects that support early literacy and pre-literacy skills. We also offer ongoing programs like Wonderful Ones, Tot Tuesdays, and Baby Storytime. If you live in Guilford Township, you can even get your own card! With a library card, you can check out books, movies, magazines, and music.

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1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Families are invited to join the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program at PGTPL! The 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program is a nationwide challenge that encourages parents and caregivers to regularly read aloud to their children.

Kids' News

Just For Kids

Find A Book

Looking for a great book to read? We’ve got you covered! Check out the Evergreen Catalog and find your next read.

Digital Resources

We have access to downloadable materials like TumbleBooks that you can check out and take on the go.

Fun & Games

Ready to find your next favorite website? We have huge list of fun and exciting websites that made just for kids!

Homeschool Resources

We offer homeschooling families resources and connections to support their unique needs.

Educator Resources

Whether you’d like to bring your class for a field trip to the Library, or need to borrow several items for your class, we are here to help with your needs.

Early Literacy

Early childhood literacy is all about making sure your child has the skills they need to learn how to read. At our events and programs, we’ll help your child develop these skills.

PGTPL offers resources and support for teachers, parents, and caregivers!

The Plainfield Library and Youth Services staff are pleased to help you with your teaching and educational needs. Whether you’d like to bring your class for a field trip, are looking for homeschooling resources, or need to borrow additional items for a special project, we are here to help.

We are reopening on Monday, May 18 with reduced hours and limited access to the building. Read details here. You can continue to access our digital collections here. As always, if you have questions, send us an email!