Our libraries offer a wealth of services to our younger members! We have programmes and activities for children of all ages as well as books, Learning Zones and more!
How to join
You are never too young to join the library. If you are under the age of eighteen you need the permission of a parent or guardian who must sign the necessary form.
Parents/guardians are responsible for their children's selections and library materials and services, including use of the library and access to the Internet.
Activities and events
From book clubs to workshops, there are always lots of activities for families and children to enjoy in Dublin City Libraries. To see what's coming up check out our events calendar.
Spark your imagination, join in activities by taking part in our exciting Summer Stars reading challenge.
If you would like to register for the Summer Stars reading challenge, contact your local library.
Books and Reading
Pick your next read!
Computer and Internet access for people under 15
Some libraries have dedicated computer resources for children under 15 and under 12. For more information visit the Computers and the Internet page.
Learning Zones have been set up in a number of libraries across Dublin city to help you with your homework and school projects. They have reading and reference materials, educational websites and other computer software that have been specially chosen to help with your studies.
For more information visit the Learning and Studying page.