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Phone: 781-595-0567 Ext. 110

To Get a Library Card...

Children's Reading Table at the Lynn Public Library

All children are eligible for a library card as soon as they are able to print their first and last names. A child's application must be signed by a parent or legal guardian who shows proof of residency (driver's license, utility bill etc.). If a child applies for a card without a parent or guardian, the library will mail the application home to be signed by the responsible adult. Students in the ninth grade or older are eligible for an adult library card.

To Borrow Things from the Library...

Item Borrowing Time Renewals Fines
Books 3 weeks May be renewed* No fines
Reading List Books 2 weeks May be renewed* No fines
Books on Tape/Books on CD 3 weeks May be renewed* No fines
Magazines 2 weeks May be renewed* No fines
Videos/DVDs/Video Games 1 week May not be renewed $1.00 per day

*These things may be renewed as long as there is no waiting list for them.


Children's Room at the Lynn Public Library

Summer Reading Lists 2012...

Search our catalog to see if the books you want are on shelf. If they are checked out, you may reserve them. There are three ways to reserve books; by phone, in person or by using a PIN. Don't have a PIN? Come in and we will give you one.

Children's Programs...

Please see our Children's and Calendar to keep track of upcoming programs.

For more information or to register for any programs, call 781-595-0567 EXT 110

1st Annual Family Fun Day - Sponsered by the Friends of the Lynn Public Library and organized by Theresa Hurley, Head of the Children's Department.

NOBLE for Kids...

Hey Kids! Need some homework help? Want to find out what's new at the Hogwart School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? Or do you just want to do some surfing? NOBLE for Kids has lots of links for projects and sites to see just for fun.


Children's Desk at the Lynn Public Library

America's Story...

Check out this really cool interactive site from the Library of Congress.

LYNN PUBLIC LIBRARY
POLICY FOR UNATTENDED CHILDREN

The Lynn Public Library welcomes and encourages children of all ages to utilize our services. However, the Lynn Public Library is NOT responsible for the well being of children who are left unattended in the Library. Parents/Guardians are strongly urged to accompany their children to the Library. Parents/Guardians should be aware that the Library is a public building and is no safer than any other public place or building.

Parents/Guardians are reminded that numerous, unexpected events may occur in which the Library could close without notice therefore stranding an unattended child.

The Lynn Public Library reserves the right to ask a patron to leave the building if he/she is acting in an inappropriate manner, creating a public nuisance or inhibiting the rights and privileges of others.

The Lynn Public Library staff is here strictly to help you and your children with library needs. The staff is not licensed to perform child care.

In the event an unattended child is not picked up 1/2 (one half hour) prior to closing, the library staff will attempt to notify parent or guardian. If attempts are unsuccessful, the library will notify the Lynn Police Department at least 15 minutes prior to closing.

During the school year, the library expects elementary students to be accompanied by an adult during school hours. If a child appears to be without adult supervision during school hours, the truancy officer will be notified.

APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
SEPTEMBER 2006