The Children's Library at St. Andrew is a special place for children and parents alike. The shelves hold books on many subjects for young people, birth to age 12.
There is a large collection of Bibles written especially for children. Younger children will love the picture books and older children will be able to choose from materials written at their reading level.
With the materials located here, school-age children may be able to find help on their school assignments. The library contains many "new books" that are being introduced in public school libraries. All materials found here can be borrowed by the children. But we do encourage children to have no more than twelve books checked out at any one time.
The library operates on a card check-out system: When checking out a book, please remove the card, sign your name and telephone number and place the completed card in the check-out box found in the library. Upon returning the material(s), please leave them in the return boxes. The Children's Library has a liberal check-out system but we do expect the books to be returned in a timely manner.
The Children's Library is located on the lower floor of the building at the foot of the stairwell.
Parents, check out the Adult Library located on the north side of the first floor, near the stairwell.
Recent additions to our collections
|Kline, Christina Baker||A piece of the world|
|Lewis, Sinclair||It can't happen here|
|Simonson, Helen||Summer before the war|
|Desmond, Matthew||Evicted: poverty and profit in the American city|
|Lamott, Anne||Hallelujah anyway: rediscovering mercy|
|Riggs, Deidra||One: unity in a divided world|
|Luther, Martin (edited by Timothy J. Wengert)||Roots of reform: the annotated Luther|
|Luther, Martin (edited by Kirsi I. Stjerna)||Word and faith: the annotated Luther|
|Luther, Martin (edited by Paul W. Robinson)||Church and sacrament: the annotated Luther|
|Luther, Martin (edited by Mary Jane Haeming)||Pastoral writings: the annotated Luther|
|Luther, Martin (edited by Hans J. Hillerbrand)||Christian life in the world: the annotated Luther|
|Bowling for Columbine|
|Mission Investment Fund|
|Reinhold Niebuhr Story|
|Tableland: a culinary expedition|
|Alexander, Kwame||Playbook: 52 rules to aim, shoot and score in this game called life|
Children's Non Fiction
|MacKenzie, Carine||Martha and Mary: friends of Jesus|
|George, Kallie||Duck, duck, dinosaur|
|Gordon, Mike||Why should I protect nature?|
|Gordon, Mike||Why should I recycle?|
|Gordon, Mike||Why should I save energy?|
|Gordon, Mike||Why should I save water?|
|Hudson, Katy||Too many carrots|
|LeBox, Annette||Peace is an offering|
|Palacio, R. J.||We're all wonders|
|Parsley, Elise||If you ever want to bring a piano to the beach, Don't!|
|Schuh, Mari||Apples grow on a tree|
|Schuh, Mari||Blueberries grow on a bush|
|Schuh, Mari||Carrots grow underground|
|Schuh, Mari||Lettuce grows on the ground|
|Schuh, Mari||Tomatoes grow on a vine|