Heights Libraries understands that this is a particularly challenging time for caregivers due to the COVID-19 outbreak. In addition to the resources listed below, we have a special page of resources to help you keep your children healthy and engaged during the shelter-in-place order from the state of Ohio.
Stay home and stay safe with Heights Libraries!
You can learn more about specific services below.
Virtual Classroom Visits
Attention elementary teachers! We are now offering virtual classroom visits for grades PreK-5. Guest readers and library visits are just a click away. Simply fill out the request form below and a staff member will be in touch. We hope to see you soon – virtually.
Safe Co-Learning Spaces at Lee Road
In response to the community’s need for study and tutoring spaces for students in grades K-12, Heights Libraries has created four co-learning spaces in the teen room of the Lee Road Branch. Each space is surrounded by Plexiglas barriers, and can accommodate one student and either a parent, sibling, tutor, or another student. Two of the spaces have computers with internet access, while the other two do not. Reservations last 45 minutes, must be reserved in advance, and are limited to one per day per customer. Call (216) 932-3600, ext. 1293.
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Picture books, chapter books, graphic novels, books on CD, Playaway Views, magazines, and a large non-fiction collection ensure that there is something for every reading level.
From storytimes for babies and toddlers to special programs for the school-age set, our children’s programs make learning fun.
Sign up for Heights Little Learners, Heights Libraries’ e-newsletter aimed at caregivers of children ages 0 to 6, featuring upcoming programs, early literacy tips, book recommendations, and more!
Our Youth Librarians have selected a wide variety of digital resources for teachers, parents/guardians, and other caregivers.