For Kids

Summer Reading Program!

Every Hero Has a Story

Your child can join the fun in this year’s Summer Reading Club at Aston Public Library!
Register your child at-
to log books read for a chance to win prizes!

Visit the Library every Wednesday at 1PM for special programs! For kids of all ages!

June 17 – Megan Hicks Origami

June 24 – Super Hero Training Academy

July 1 –  Mr. Malcolm, Dramatic Storyteller

July 8 – Sciencetelling

July 15 – Segal Puppets

July 22 – Ed Schmitt, Magician

July 29 – Vicky Town, Storyteller

August 5 – Classroom Adventures

August 12 – Makin’ Music

August 19 – Party for Readers

August 26 – Zumbatomic Dance with Ms. Moni

Kids’ area!

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The West side of the library is a special area, just for kids!


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Be sure to come to Storytime! 10:30 AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays!

Go to

to register!

New Books for Kids: (click on the book cover to see if it’s in or place a hold)

 Bear's Sea Escape
 Ben Franklin's Big Splash: The Mostly True Story of His First Invention
 Brown Girl Dreaming
 Captain Underpants and the Tyrannical Retaliation of the Turbo Toilet 2000
 Dear Wandering Wildebeest: And Other Poems from the Water Hole
 Fourteenth Goldfish
 How Does My Garden Grow?
 Ladybug Girl and the Dress-Up Dilemma
 Lego the Lego Movie: Unikitty: A Cuckoo Adventure
 Little Elliot, Big City
 Nancy Knows
 Otis and the Scarecrow
 Ripley's Special Edition 2015
 Shipwreck Island

Help us keep the new books coming! Go here to purchase an item from our “wish list”:

4 responses to “For Kids

  1. Katie

    i wish there was a story time on the weekends for kids. Its hard for the working mommys. i’d like to be able to bring my son to things but i can’t with my work schedule.

  2. Aston Library

    Hi Katie,

    We occasionally do programs in the evenings for the kids. For example, we have a Pretzel storytime Wednesday November 30th at 6:30PM. I will try to work in a Saturday program or two. We’re just very limited now in terms of funds and staffing due to the budget cuts. I was going to mention looking at the calendars for the other nearby Delco libraries, but I’m not seeing Saturday programs for the little ones there either right now, so that does seem to be lacking overall.


  3. You guys have made this a fantastic library for kids! We have enjoyed your summer programs for years and really loved helping to plant the kids garden.

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