Children, Teens, & Young Adults
Gladstone Regional Libraries provides information, resources, and programs for young people of all ages; starting from birth with the First 5 Forever programs. Check out our school holiday activities and after-school programs too!
Young people can access some Assignment & Homework Help information, try some Stay at Home Learning & Virtual Visits, or explore options for what to read next with online reviews/books/magazines and eKids digital resources!
Our eLibrary has ebooks, e-audiobooks, videos, training courses, and literacy help – it’s much more than books.
Try our eKids page for information about reading and online resources.
Our new CraftTime Online page has a variety of activities for you to try at home. We have provided instructions and step-by-step videos to help you get creative with your family and friends.
To help you and your family stay safe online we’ve provided a link to the eSafety Commissioner site – click/tap the white button (available on some of our library webpages). Or go directly to the eSafe Kids page.
The first5forever website has lots of information about interacting with children aged five and under; including reviews and recommendations for book and activities. There are articles and videos to help you with your interaction with 0-5 year olds. Discover ways to help young children learn and develop via talking, playing, singing, and reading.
Gladstone Regional Libraries’ branches all provide materials and programs especially for children aged 5 and under; click here for information about our library programs. We also provide toys and puzzles for young children to play with in the libraries to make each visit an experience of fun and learning!