Welcome to the Bartlett Public Library District!
Resources and services are available for teachers and their students. The Youth Services collection serves infants through sixth graders. The Teen collection serves students in grades seven through twelve.
Fiction & Nonfiction Books
Books on CD & PlayAways
DVDs & music CDs
Puzzles & Flashcards
Kits for Families in Change
Laptop (for students 13 years or older)
The Parenting collection serves parents and teachers.
available at www.bartlettlibrary.org
Remote access is available for all Bartlett Library card-holders 24/7. Patrons visiting the library have access on our public computers.
CultureGrams - State and country information. Includes background, customs, and lifestyles of the world’s people.
Includes background, customs, and lifestyles
LearningExpress Library - Instructional and test preparation source that offers tutorials in math, reading, writing and computer software.
New Book of Popular Science - Science and technology.
NoveList K-8 Plus - Find books using different search criteria: Lexile readability, plot description, author, read-alikes, etc.
ProQuest Discovery - Online full text articles from electronic journals.
- World Book Encyclopedia - Online version.
School Library Card
A school library card allows authorized individuals to borrow materials to supplement their curriculum. The principal of the school completes an application each school year that includes a list of authorized users. The card is kept on file at the library.
Teachers may check out up to twenty items for their classroom. (We reserve the right to limit the amount of materials requested on one topic.) Please remember, the library can only be a supplementary source of materials for your classroom. If you would like our assistance in selecting materials, place your request in advance by calling Youth & Teen
Services. We will be better able to meet your needs with
advance notice. Materials will be held for pick up.
Assignment Alerts give the library a clear understanding of class assignments and allow us to select appropriate materials for in-library use. Materials are kept on an
assignment shelf for the duration of the assignment.
Assignment Alerts may be given by phone, fax, mail, or in person. Reserving items assures that materials will be available for your students. We can also create bibliographies for classes that need materials on a certain subject or genre.
Class Visits and Tours
Please call the library in advance to schedule a
library orientation, storytime, book talk, or a
presentation to coordinate with class topics. You may also schedule librarians to visit your classroom. Call Youth & Teen Services for more information at
The computer lab is available for library related hands-on instruction of the library’s catalog and other online
resources. Please call in advance to book a class visit with a librarian. The library also, offers Wi-Fi access and public computers for Microsoft Office and Internet. There is a fee for printing.
Museum of Science & Industry Classroom Resources - http://www.msichicago.org/education/educator-resources/
The staff will be happy to answer any questions and assist you and your students with the many resources available at the library. We look forward to hearing from you.
Youth & Teen: (630) 837-3348 Youth & Teen Fax: (630) 213-5117