Books for Babies
The "Books for Babies" program assists carers in developing reading and communication skills in a manner that is fun for everyone concerned. It's our way of supporting the "Spread the Word" initiative originally introduced by Lithgow Learning City.
Lithgow Library Learning Centre in conjunction with Lithgow Community Health distribute a book kit to all new mothers while they are accommodated at the hospital's (Private and Public) maternity sections.
The kit contains information and resources aimed at sharing many wonderful hours introducing from birth the joys of communication. As well as a complimentary story book and reusable library bag, the kit contains suggestions on ways to best utilise time to encourage a love of reading.
Any new mothers who may have been overlooked during the distribution process are most welcome to visit the Lithgow Library Learning Centre where we will present them with a "Books for Babies Reading Pack".
The Books for Babies principle will be reinforced during baby's 18 months immunisation clinic, where mothers will be presented with a second instalment of the kit, compliments of Centrelink.
Have you got your FREE BOOK KIT yet?
If not, collect yours now from the Lithgow Library Learning Centre.
Storytime is held each week on Wednesday at 10.30 am in the Lithgow Library Main St branch. This activity is free and designed for preschool children accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Join us for songs, stories and craft presented in a fun, engaging session.
Baby Bounce and Rhyme Time
Thursday 10.30 to 11.00 am
Baby Bounce & Rhyme Time is for 0-2 year olds and their parents or carers.
The sessions involve singing, talking, bouncing and some musical instruments which will help foster your baby’s early literacy development.
So come along, meet some new people and have some fun!
All sessions are free and no booking is required.
Contact Kellie for more information (02) 6352 910
Studiosity is an online, one-to-one help for students in years 3-12 with homework and study questions, a free service offered by Lithgow Library Learning Centre, Lithgow City Council and sponsorship by Centennial Coal. Students can get help with questions in maths, writing, English, science and more, by connecting to a network of qualified subject experts on-demand, or by uploading a written file any time for feedback within 24 hours. For more information about this free service click here.
Knitting Group is held every Thursday morning in the Lithgow Library Main St branch and is open to all even if you do not knit. Come along for the company.