Kids at the BPL
Read, learn, play, and grow at the Boston Public Library!
Homework Help Information
The homework help program offers free homework help for youth in grades K-8. The program runs from September 15 to May 22. For locations and times please check the homework help site. No registration is required. The homework help program is made possible by the Boston Public Library Foundation.
Calling All Creative Kids and Teens: New Fall Programs
Starting this fall, Boston Public Library will offer an abundance of exciting new program series for young people to explore their creativity and tap their inner inventors, writers, designers, and artists.
The arts take center stage at several branches as the Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts offers series in woodworking, visual arts, and fiber arts. Fashion-forward teens and tweens can explore Fashion Tales, an exciting program melding design and reading, or dance along with the Boston Ballet. Budding scientists can investigate the world of science and engineering with Northeastern University’s Center for STEM Education, while young authors and poets will harness the power of the written word in writing classes led by Grub Street.
For additional information on each of these courses and their dates and locations, please click on the links above or email our Programs team at email@example.com.
BPL’s Children’s Rooms
In addition to the Children’s Room at the Central Library, every Boston Public Library branch has a special area just for kids! Visit our branch libraries page to get more information about each branch, including hours, directions, and phone numbers.