Welcome to the Children and Teen Website
Amy Knight - Head of Children and Teen Services
Alyssa Baur- Assistant Children and Teen Services
Readers of all ages will have fun using their imagination as we walk the world of Winnie-the-Pooh.
All activities are free of charge and no registration is required.
Did you know that A.A. Milne designed the world of
Winnie-the-Pool from an actual location?
We will follow the mileage from this real-world location and walk on short trips that will
start and stop at our Tell City location.
Once we return to the library you can come in for a
Winnie-the -Pooh craft.
We will have crafts each week for all ages.
So put on those walking shoes and join us
for one week or all 8 weeks!
Wednesday's 8:30 a.m.
June 8th To Piglet's House and Six Pine Trees (.40 miles)
June 15th To Kanga's house and Rabbit's house (.51 miles)
June 22nd To the North Pole (.56 miles)
June 29th To the Bee tree and "my house" (.51 miles)
July 6th To 100 Aker Wood (.56 miles)
July 13th To Eeyore's Gloomy Place (.80 miles)
July 20th To Winnie-the-Pooh's place (1.07 miles)
July 27th To Galleons Lap (a nice place for piknicks) (.56 miles)
*A permission form must be filled out for all attending
Walking Wednesday. Those under 16 tears old must have an adult caregiver present during the duration of the walk.
Walk in the Five Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie-the-Pooh
Beginning every Wednesday
June 8 - July 27
Location : Perry County Public Library - Tell City
Activities for 3rd - 6th grade
June 6 - July 29
Tell City Location
An avatar can be many things. In the tech world, it is a digital representation of a person in a virtual world. An avatar is only a representation of you!
Program participants will imagine themselves as avatars and design and develop various aspects of their avatar alter egos.
In Avatar Academy you will design 2D & 3D models of Avatars, World Build, then determine what skills/powers their avatars have and design and create the appropriate clothing and accessories using repurposed supplies.
Participants will end our 8-week program by imagining themselves as avatars, they will come up with and test a training program to get ready to join a game.
We encourage any learning style/level.
Monday morning 11:00-12:00
Tuesday afternoon 3:00-4:00
Monday afternoon 1:00-2:00
Tuesday morning 11:00-12:00
Please choose one day and one time each week
for the appropriate age/grade of your child.
(The grade they will be entering in August)
If you have a little one who has not started Kindergarten yet our
challenge is for them!
This challenge provides an innovative,
yet fun approach to establishing strong early literacy skills.
You can find this challenge on our
Beanstack Tracker app just search
Perry County Library or our website perrycountylibrary.beanstack.org.
If you have any questions about
Beanstack or 1,000 Books
please don't hesitate to reach out to us.
100 Books Before Graduation
On behalf of Perry County Public Library, we invite you to participate in this free challenge which encourages you to read 100 books before your high school graduation.
The concept is simple, read a book (any book), and the goal is to have read 100 books (yes you can repeat books) before you graduate high school.
For more information check out our flier and instructions on how to keep track of your books.
We are pleased to announce World Book Online
From pre-K to high school and beyond, we have databases for every learner at every level.
Welcome to Kanopy Kids!
Stream movies, TV series, Classic Tales, STEM, Languages, and just plain "for fun" movies for older and younger kids!
Kanopy Kids is now home to
We're proud to bring the iconic children's series to your community. Currently celebrating its 50th anniversary, Sesame Street is recognized for aiding early literacy through engaging children in educational content at a young age.
Sign up today using your library card and get ready to set back and enjoy.
DOGOnews has fun articles for kids on current events, science, sports, and more! There are lots of stories, pictures, videos, quizzes, vocab games and you can listen to the stories in either English or Spanish.