Kitsap Regional Library debuts new web pages for kids

Kitsap Regional Library has created a new children’s section on its web site at

Officials said the new section is especially for pre-school aged children and their parents.

“Our goal with this project was to create visually engaging pages that would enhance our early literacy initiatives and projects at KR,” said Sharon Grant, the library system’s digital branch manager. “You will find some great things on this new site, including videos of our fabulous Youth Services Librarians performing rhymes, along with book suggestions, event listings, information on our early literacy kits and community links.”

Also featured on the new page is a link to KRL’s new Kids’ eReading Room, which allows parents to easily search KRL’s downloadable collection for ebooks specifically for children.

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