Family Resource Library
A library of parenting/family life resources.
Developmental toys, for children ranging in age from infancy to early elementary school, are also available. Puzzles, manipulatives, animal sets, reading and math games fill our shelves. We have lots of items that excite preschoolers! Adjacent to the library is a small playroom, with large glass windows, where children can play contentedly giving parents the luxury of unhurried browsing.
We have close to hundreds of books on topics of interest to every family.
- Age appropriate development
- Learning differences
- Puberty and adolescent changes
- School/homework issues
The Plano ISD Parent Education Program Family Resource Library is available to the entire community. It provides books, AV materials and periodicals with the latest information about parenting and child development. The library also offers a unique collection of children’s materials relating to life issues such as making friends, responsibility, peer pressure, expressing feelings and emotions and adjusting to change and loss. The collections include a growing number of titles in Spanish. Developmental toys and manipulatives are also available for check out.
The library is located in the Allan K. and Carolyn H. Bird Education Center at 1300 19th Street. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. For further information, call (469) 752-2272.