Youth Resources and Events



Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person library programs are currently suspended.


Meals for Kids in North Carolina During COVID-19 School Closures


Check out these great online resources for kids and parents, available 24/7!

Click here for more info on our first virtual Summer Reading Program, Imagine Your Story!

View weekly storytimes and STEAM programs, recorded by library staff, on Facebook and YouTube.

eBooks are available via CloudLibrary, NCKids, and Tumblebooks. eAudiobooks are available via RBDigital and Tumblebooks.

Download a list of Online Storytime and Virtual Field Trip Resources to enjoy from home.

Learn all about North Carolina with NCPedia.  Use Fact Monster for homework help, interesting facts, fun games and trivia!

Many reference resources including test prep, language learning, and educational videos are available through NCLive.

Keep the whole family active with exercise resources that you can use at home!

Kids can call Dial-a-story at (252) 265-5570 (English) or (252) 265-8433 (En Español) to hear a story read out loud.


Staff is available Monday through Saturday at the Main Library, 9am to 6pm, to answer questions and help you use our online resources, including downloading eBooks. Call 252-237-5355 for assistance.


Also check out young adult and adult resources or view the library event calendar.


Programs are made possible in part thanks to these community partners.

Friends of the Wilson County Public Library    

Some programs are funded by a Library Services and Techology Act (LSTA) Grant awarded to the Wilson County Public Library for the creation of a CrAFT Studio - Creativity, Art, Fabrication, and Technology lab.  The CrAFT Studio will combine the Makerspace movement with STEAM subjects through robotics, coding, crafts, electronics, and more. 

*This project/program/service is made possible by funding from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (IMLS grant number LS-00-19-0034-19).