Children's Room

Oswego City Schools Remote Learning

Free Nonfiction eBooks (life science, space, Earth Day, US history, ...)

Library Story Hour videos will be posted Monday mornings between 9am and 10am!
Story Time with the Oswego City Police

New Children's Books!

The library offers a wide range of programming for the children of Oswego. The Children’s Room is located on the upper floor of the library. You can find us by pushing "UL" in the elevator or hiking up the stairs behind the elevator. We close 1/2 an hour before the rest of the library, so be sure to arrive on time.

Story Hour  for children ages 2-5 on Wednesdays and Fridays
      Lego Club       Art with Jen classes
Other special theme programs will be listed on our monthly calendar
           Please call (341-5867) or stop in the library for a full calendar
Library cards are free!!!  They may be used at any library in Oswego, Lewis, Jefferson or St Lawrence County.  Your child must be able to print their first and last name and have a parent’s signature.  Come spend some time with Miss Brooke, Miss Monica, Miss Erin, Mister Josh, and Miss Laurie.


myON Digital Reading Resources

Students who are not already reading with their own personalized accounts to the myON literacy environment are welcome to log in through a single, shared account, to access this collection of curated resources.

What’s available:
•    The myON digital library—which includes thousands of authentic digital books in English and Spanish, fiction and nonfiction, covering a variety of topics and themes
•    Five daily myON News articles—which are written in English, French, and Spanish for students by journalists and reviewed by a child psychologist for age appropriateness

These resources are available 24/7 and can be accessed on any digital device that is connected to the Internet. Books from the myON digital library can be downloaded onto mobile devices for offline reading, as well.

How to Log Into myON:

  1. Go to:
  2. Click the login button at the top of the screen
  3. Enter the following information on the login page

School name: New York Reads

Username: read

Password: books

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Children who read do better in school—so make sure your child is a reader!