Children's and Teen Services
We serve children and teens from birth to age 19. We also serve parents, caregivers and agencies that work with youth and families. Visit us in the library in the Children's Room to find great books, free fun and helping hands. In our department, you will find books, music, movies and more to promote creativity and learning.
Sarah Newton is the Youth Services Coordinator and heads the children's and teen department. She moved from Virginia to Fond du Lac in 2012 and yes, she still loves the snow in Wisconsin. Sarah has been in libraries for almost seven years and continually looks for ways to keep the library in the forefront of people's minds. She adores any book that will make her laugh, such as That is Not a Good Idea by Mo Willems and the Regarding the . . . series by Kate Klise and thinks that one of the best parts of libraries is still sharing great books. Stop in and see her or email her at [email protected]!
Julia Cartwright is children's library assistant at the Fond du Lac Public Library. Before coming to the library, Julia worked for 21 years as a teacher in Fond du Lac. She also has worked extensively in the nonprofit disability sector in the Fox Valley area. She loves books and animals, especially dogs. As a fervent supporter of early literacy, she's excited about the library's program, 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. You can reach her at [email protected].
Gabriela Langholff works as a Library Assistant at the Children's Department. She loves books and learning new things. She began working at the library in the Reference Area. You can see her often helping children to find whatever they need at the library. When she can, she loves to speak Spanish, her native language. She lives in Fond du Lac with her husband, daughter and 2 very naughty cats. You can reach her at [email protected]
Julia Tenor is a born and raised Wisconsinite and has been in children's libraries for several years. With a love of glitter and giggles, Julia is a fun addition to the department. She loves creating interesting things for children to see and do while in the library. Julia enjoys reading fantasy and any book that will make her laugh. Ask her about her three cats when you stop in to say hello!
Children's ComputersInternet and game computers reserved for children
Children's Events and ProgrammingStorytimes, book discussions, family events and annual summer reading program
Children's ReferenceHomework help and reading recommendations
Group VisitsCustomized tours of the library
Play AreaDevelopmentally appropriate toy collection for play at the library
Stories, Movies and MusicBooks, magazines, Playaways, music and entertainment and educational DVDs