We have a whole shelf of books dedicated to helping children (and parents!) through the “tough topics” that might be hard to discuss with a child. Many of these books are picture books that can help a child through difficult times. Come in and take a look at the recently-updated shelf today!
Books on the shelf include topics such as:
This "social story" is meant for parents to use as a tool for children with autism spectrum or sensory disorders. It will introduce them to the library and tell them what to expect when they come, as well as explain how to behave when they visit.
The Topsfield Town Library makes available 17 different passes that can get your family into local museums, zoos, and parks at a discounted rate, or even free! To use a museum pass, you must either live in Topsfield or be a member of the Friends of the Topsfield Library.
Check out our Museum Pass FAQ to learn more. Check out our List of Museum Passes to see which passes are available and how much you can save by using one. Or, if you are ready to reserve a pass right away, you can do so online with your library card. Just follow this link!
Your child must have a signed Internet policy on file if they are planning on using the internet at the library.
Unattended Child Policy
Please be aware of our rules regarding unattended children. Children under nine years of age should be accompanied by an adult while in the library.
Please be sure that your child is aware of rules regarding behavior at the library, and honors these rules while in the building.