Moultonborough Public Library employs a full time Youth Service Librarian, Sharon Gulla, who provides a number of different programs and events. Below you will find general information about our Youth programming. For more detailed information, please visit the corresponding menu.
Questions? Call MPL or email Mrs. Gulla at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Gulla connects with a range of outside professionals and groups in order to provide the children, tweens and teens of the community with opportunities to participate, for free, in unique learning experiences. Some of these include, but are not limited to:
Arts & Crafts Workshops
Cooking Lessons & Activities
Dungeons and Dragon Group
Make and Take Craft Kits
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
Summer Reading Storytimes
And so much more!
Storytimes & Video Archive
Mrs. Gulla has been recording her storytimes for almost a year! New videos are added weekly. Click here to check out our Storytime Archive! Here is a preview of one of Mrs. Gulla's Storytimes.
In addition to the friendly and fun children and YA sections at MPL, Mrs. Gulla also provides youth from the community with take-home projects, virtual and in- house storytimes, and homeschool resources. One amazing feature of MPL’s Youth Services is the hand-built, customized and very real looking Hobbit House. This is available for youth of the community to use as weather permits and is also used by Mrs. Gulla for a variety of story time activities. Come check it out in the warm weather!
Mrs. Gulla has a quality collection of children, middle grader and young adult literature. In addition to picture books, fiction and non-fiction, MPL's Youth collection also includes movies, board books, easy readers, graphic novels, audiobooks, playaways and more!
Click here to view titles on our Ladybug Picture Book Award list
Click here to view the Great Stone Face Book Award homepage
Click here to view titles in our collection that are Flume Award Winners
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