Sarah Newton is the Children's Services Coordinator and heads the children's department. She recently moved from Virginia to Fond du Lac because she fell in love with both the library and Lakeside Park! Sarah has been in libraries for almost six years and is excited to become a part of another great library system. She adores any book that will make her laugh, such as My Little Sister Ate One Hare by Bill Grossman and the Regarding the . . . series by Kate Klise and thinks that one of the best parts of libraries is sharing great books. Stop in and see her or email her at [email protected]!
Emily Krug is a children's services library assistant. She has taught swimming lessons for the Fond du Lac Recreation Dept. for eight years and holds a bachelor's degree in History from UW-Oshkosh and recently received her master's in Library and Information Studies from UW-Madison. She enjoys cooking, traveling, reading, watching movies and spending time with friends, family and her two cats, Link and Mo. 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 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].
We serve children from birth to age 12, their parents and caregivers and area professionals and agencies that work with children and families. Visit the Children's Room for learning, fun and free entertainment through books, movies, music and live events and programs. Let us know how we can help you promote curiosity and imagination in your child's life.