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Kids' Library

What's Happening?

From storytelling to book clubs to author visits. And much more besides! Check out what's happening in your local library...

Love Reading?

Our book clubs for children meet regularly to discuss books they have read.

Want to know the book club favourite reads? Take a look at the Junior Book Club choices to find out.

Why not start your own Junior Book Club?

Want to know what books are winners? A list of Book Awards, including nominated titles and recent winners. Includes the CBI Book Awards and the Carnegie Medal.

Learning Zones

Need a special place to do your homework? Need help finding information and books? Why not visit the Learning Zone in your local library!

Children at computer stationComputers and the Internet

Computer and Internet facilities for children and young people are available through the branch network of Dublin City Libraries.

Encyclopaedia Britannica

Access Encyclopaedia Britannica from your home, or from one of the many computers in our libraries! All you need is your Dublin City Public Libraries' borrower number. You can find this number on your library card.

Britannica Online StudentBritannica Student
For ages 12 - 18


Britannica Online JuniorBritannica Junior
For ages 5 - 11

Fun and Interesting Websites!

Special webpage for our younger library users! Providing access for you to all sorts of interesting websites. Learn, play, explore and more!

Children's Webpage

Using your Library

Child reading bookYou are never too young to join the library! And membership of the library is free!! Find out how to go about using your local library.