The Wood Buffalo Regional Library has a specialized book collection for children between the ages of newborn and 12 years. This collection is located in the Children’s Library on the main floor. You will also find a Reference Desk in the children's area with dedicated Reference staff available during all library hours. Click here for the Library's Service Hours.
Other services offered for children at the library include board games, puzzles, educational game computers, Internet access, big screen movies and tours. We currently have an Unattended Child Policy in place. Please see the policy for more information.
Do you have a program idea you'd like to see happen at the library? Fill out our online form and let us know!
Syncrude Canada LTD. is proud to sponsor children's programs at WBRL. Thanks to their generous sponsorship, patrons can enjoy children's programs at no cost.
Summer Reading Competition
Do you love to read? Want a chance to win prizes for doing what you love?
Tween, Teen & Adult Summer Programming
We've got a summer full of fun planned for those ages 9 and older!
Bring your toddlers to Lots O'Tots and we can all shake our sillies out and wiggle our waggles away!
You're never too young to enjoy a good story, catchy song, or a wee wiggle and this is exactly what Book Babies entails.
Rise and Shine
Everybody up, it's time to shine on! Bring your bright-eyed and energetic kiddies and join us for a Saturday morning of fun.
Ready for rhymes, stories, play, and more? Then bring your tykes and toddle on over to the library for a fun morning!
From Little Picassos to Little Astronauts, the littles will let their imaginations run wild at this program!
300 Books to Read Before Kindergarten
Keep track and read 300 books before kindergarten with your little ones!
Book a Homework Helper for your French or English homework. Practice French or English while having fun!
cultuRED Story Time for Kids
At this Indigenous oriented story time, kids can explore the culture and traditions with a guest speaker!
This program is a weekly hub for kids who are curious about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (S.T.E.A.M).
Diversity - from religion of cultural traditions, accessibility, to sexuality; explore the diversity of our region.
Words in Motion
Words In Motion is a literacy program that promotes an appreciation for the art of poetry.
Tween Art Attack
Tweens are invited to bring their creativity to Tween Art Attack! Each month will feature two projects and will experiment with a new medium.