From learning tools to interactive books and games, Midland County Public Libraries invites elementary and middle-grade children to explore an engaging environment.
Don't have a library card? Children and teens enrolled within the Midland or Greenwood Independent School Districts are able to use School ID numbers on the SORA by OverDrive e-reading app to access age-appropriate e-books from both their school library and Midland County Public Libraries!
Grab popular e-books, audiobooks, and graphic novels anywhere, any time, from the hoopla digital mobile app. Check out up to seven titles a month instantly, with no waitlists, and stay current on all of the best pop culture content
Children in grades one through five are able to meet with a library staff member every Tuesday and Thursday for homework help in all subject areas. The libraries also have online resources available to help with homeschooling and 24/7 tutoring.
During the summer, Midland County Public Libraries partners with West Texas Food Bank to provide free Grab-and-Go lunches for kids and teens aged 18 and younger at the Downtown Library. No registration is required! Library Lunches aims to encourage summer reading, lifelong literacy, and continued learning.