Our Community Libraries and the Library of Birmingham give you wonderful opportunities to read, learn and enjoy activities in the library and online.
Fun activities in the Library of Birmingham and Community Libraries for children and young people during the school holidays.
The Children’s Library has a wide range of resources to support and develop your child’s knowledge and understanding of Black History.
The Children's Library is a lovely space to join in activities, use the internet, do homework, meet a mate or just chill with a book.
The Children's Library is a space for all children, young people and their parents/carers. We welcome children with disabilities.
Babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers love songs and stories! Find out how they can benefit from using the library.
Hints and tips on how to choose, share books and use the library with your child
Essential infomation on planning your visit to the Library of Birmingham including our visit registration form.
If you love reading or just want to meet new friends, why not check out one of the Teenage Reading Groups in the city? Get involved in writing bo
Birmingham Libraries welcomes members of the Children’s University. Come along to your local library to get your Passport to Learning stamp.
Wood of Words is a fun interactive website which aims to encourage children to read and enjoy books and share their experiences.
Our pick of the best interactive websites suitable for under 5s
A guide to Children's Book Awards.