Below is our Children’s Programming calendar for July and August, as well as information on our Teens and Adults Reading program as well!

Please note that all of our programming this year will be VIRTUAL. You will need to visit our website and our Facebook to find links for our story hours and special programs. CiTi BOCES is holding a virtual book club for grades 4-12.

Kids Catalog

Free Nonfiction eBooks (voting rights, science, Earth Day, etc.)

We love our class visits!
An elementary class enjoys the tugboat in the Children’s Room on their class visit.

Library cards are free!  They may be used at any library in Oswego, Lewis, Jefferson or St Lawrence County.  Your child must be able to print their first and last name and have a parent’s signature.  Come spend some time with Miss Brooke, Miss Monica, Miss Erin, Mister Josh, and Miss Laurie.

Fairy Tale Cinema 2021

available to watch now on YouTube

Presented by SUNY Oswego’s CSS 385: Children’s Lit and Film Class: Instructed by Associate Professor Jacob Dodd
SPECIAL THANKS TO The OSWEGO PUBLIC LIBRARY, Director Miranda McDermott, Librarian Edward Eisner, SUNY Oswego Cinema and Screen Studies Chair Amy Shore, Cinema and Screen Studies Faculty, Professor Juliet Giglio, CRW:401 Advanced Screenwriting Class, and Poster Designer Shayla Rios
Aesop Fables: Paper Cut-Out Animation
The crow and the Pitcher by Angie Gocs
The Milkwoman and her Pail by Pamela Toussaint
The Lion and the Mouse by Julia Keating
Ants and the grasshopper by Katrina Bryant
The dog and his shadow by Joel Cortez
Japanese Fairy Tales: Shadow Puppets
My Lord Bag of Rice — Adaptation by Kain Coffey, Directed by Liam Morgenstern
The Story of Prince Yamato Take — Adaptation by Deonte Watkins, Directed by taylor volkert
Momotaro: The Story of the son of a Peach — Adaptation by Rachel Herron, Directed by Ryan T. Maguire
Grimm Fairy Tales: Audio Books
The Town Musicians of Bremen by Patrick Hull
Little Snow White by Shayla Rios

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

myON Digital Reading Resources

Students who are not already reading with their own personalized accounts to the myON literacy environment are welcome to log in through a single, shared account, to access this collection of curated resources.

What’s available:
•    The myON digital library—which includes thousands of authentic digital books in English and Spanish, fiction and nonfiction, covering a variety of topics and themes
•    Five daily myON News articles—which are written in English, French, and Spanish for students by journalists and reviewed by a child psychologist for age appropriateness

These resources are available 24/7 and can be accessed on any digital device that is connected to the Internet. Books from the myON digital library can be downloaded onto mobile devices for offline reading, as well.

How to Log Into myON:

  1. Go to:
  2. Click the login button at the top of the screen
  3. Enter the following information on the login page

School name: New York Reads

Username: read

Password: books

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Children who read do better in school—so make sure your child is a reader!