Request a title for the library to purchase for the Junior collection.
Danbury Library is pleased to present a fun way for you and your family to discover books, keep track of your reading, and reach reading goals.
Throughout the year, a variety of challenges will be available for all age groups.
Once you’ve registered with Beanstack, you can sign in any time to discover what new challenges and prizes await you!
Not ready to jump in yet? Learn more about Beanstack with this these video tutorials!
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
Take a pledge to read 1000 Books Before Kindergarten to your baby, toddler or preschooler. Keep track of all the books you read through Beanstack, the Danbury Library’s exciting new app designed to make logging reading easier and more fun. Beanstack challenges allow you and your child to earn virtual badges that correspond to milestone celebration stickers posted on the Danbury Library’s Junior floor Wall of Fame, and each child who completes the challenge receives a special prize!
eBooks for Kids
We have collections of eBooks with platforms designed just for kids! You can also find great collections of eBooks, eAudiobooks, music, movies, and shows for kids using our digital collections available for all ages.
- Unlimited Access
- Enjoy in web browser
- Adobe Flash required
- Login: Danbury
- Password: library
- ID: Your library barcode number
Our Grab-A-Tablet station is open and ready for use!
Use your library card to check out a tablet for two hours to use on the Junior Floor.
Tablets are preloaded with games and learning activities for children of all ages.
Simply pop it back in the dock when you are finished playing!
Check out a Playaway Launchpads!
Pre-loaded with content for kids, teens, and adults, designed with a simple, easy-to-use interface, and 100% secure, Launchpad tablets are made to be passed from one set of hands to the next.
No download time. No need for Wi-Fi. Access to powerful content is simple as turning on each device — anytime, anywhere.
Read alongs make it possible for kids to enjoy books and improve their reading skills, regardless of current reading level. By listening and reading along, even reluctant readers can improve reading speed, develop their vocabulary, improve comprehension, and even get involved in classroom discussions about the text.
Email Newsletter for Kids Programs
Need help selecting books for your children? Contact Christine, the library’s Children’s Librarian! Call 203.797.4505 extension 7737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Email preferred.