The Glen Ellyn Public Library is a welcoming place for young people of all abilities. The library is pleased to announce that we are currently expanding our services for youth with special needs and their families.
Visiting the Library
You can use the library’s Meet the Staff page as a tool to introduce Youth Department staff members to your child.
Download This Is My Library, a social story that can help prepare children for their visit to the library.
The Youth Department offers a monthly Sensory Saturdays. This program is designed to engage your child’s senses with a variety of sensory art projects and sensory play. Sensory Saturday’s is an inclusive play group for children who receive therapy. For birth through 5 years.
The Youth Department has so many great materials available for check-out! Ask staff about adapted books, Braille books, ebooks and audiovisual materials. You can also check out this book list of resources for parents and teachers.
Library staff loves to get out in the community and visit Glen Ellyn classrooms, bringing books and other fun activities directly to your students! Staff are also open to hosting classroom visits at the library. To schedule a visit, please contact Katy Almendinger, Early Literacy Librarian by firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 630-790-6739.