Welcome to the Library's Youth Services Department! We are always looking to serve you, our library patron, in new and creative ways. We love to hear from you, so please don't hesitate to Contact Us  with questions or feedback.
These printable flyers list upcoming programming for youth at the library. For additional details concerning events, please see the Calendar .
AR Book Find
AR Book Find  is a highly useful website for finding books' Accelerated Reader (ATOS) levels and point values. You may do a Quick Search for 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.
Teacher Cards and Collections
The library supports educators' special needs by offering a special card for their professional use. Home educators and school teachers alike are eligible to apply for teacher cards, which allow holders longer loan periods, higher item limits, and some fine forgiveness. Please see the Teacher Cards policy  for details and a printable application. Request a Teacher Collection here .
The library offers borrow-able passes to four community institutions. Families are encouraged to use these 3-day passes to explore Dayton's most enriching activities! Passes are available to the Dayton Art Institute, Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm, Learning Tree Farm, and Dayton History (Carillon Historical Park, Patterson Homestead, and Paul Laurence Dunbar State Memorial). Passes can be reserved through the online catalog .
Please feel free to contact the Youth Services department with your questions, requests, suggestions, comments, and concerns. Visit us at the library; call us at 294-7171; use the emails below; or fill out one of our contact forms .
Jacqui Taylor , Youth Services Coordinator
Diane Bengson , Young Adult Librarian
Johnnie Kling , Library Associate
Karen Mills , Children's Librarian
Olivia Hessler , Library Associate