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Events for Kids


STEM Learning Kits

For kids in grades 3-5. Try a STEM Learning Kit and experiment with science, technology, engineering and math. Each kit is uniquely themed with a hands-on maker activity to help spur learning. Borrow one for up to 21 days.

Resources for Kids


Develop early reading skills and vocabulary through read-aloud experiences in fiction and nonfiction, animated stories and literacy games.

Audiobooks for Kids

Browse over 2,000 audiobook titles on OverDrive or the Libby app. Borrow and enjoy for 1-3 weeks.

Packs & Kits

Explore all the Library offers beyond books, from Discover Passes and telescopes to ukuleles, book group kits, video games and more.

Featured Booklists

For Kids


Student Library Accounts

Bremerton School District, North Kitsap School District and Kitsap Regional Library have partnered together to make accessing the public library easy for students. Any student within these school districts can use their student ID number as a library card at Kitsap Regional Library, giving them access to everything the Library has to offer.

Every summer, Kitsap Regional Library invites the community to participate in a self-paced reading and learning experience. Summer Learning supports equal opportunity education through reading and learning for school-age children and teens during summer break. For adults, Summer Learning provides an engaging platform to participate in a self-selected learning activity while expanding reading interests.

Research shows that third grade is a critical point in a child’s education where students transition from learning to read to reading to learn. Learning to read proficiently and discovering a lifelong love of reading is a milestone at this age that impacts the successful continuation of a student’s educational career.

Each year, the Library partners with the public schools in Kitsap County to introduce third graders to Kitsap Regional Library. This field trip experience has become a rite of passage for students and for many of them, it’s their first time at the Library.

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