Library Closing

The library will be closed Wednesday, June 19, in observance of Juneteenth. 

Parents, Caregivers & Educators

Parenting Collection

Museum Passes

The Library has passes that offer free and discounted visits to local museums. Visit our Museum Pass information page to learn more about how to visit museums with your kids. 

Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center

Library of Things

The Library has more than just books! Check out our robust Library of Things Collection which includes circulating collections for kids.

Kindle eReaders
Kindles come pre-loaded with librarian selections depending on their edition. We have: Best Seller, Elementary, Fiction, Middle Grade, Nonfiction, and Teen & YA Kindles. Kindles are optimized for reading with long battery life.
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Resources for Educators

Teachers and educators are welcome to visit Lincolnwood Library with students. We can also set up visits to your classroom. Visit our Teacher Resource Guide for more information or email to set up a visit. 


Tutors are welcome to use the Library with students. Tables set up around the library provide a quiet space for tutoring sessions. Please read our Study Room policy for information about reserving a study room.

Community Resources

If you and your family need specialized assistance or support, there are many community organizations that serve Lincolnwood and the surrounding area. For a full list of organizations serving this area, check out our Community Resource page.

CCDC — Children’s Care & Development Center Inc.

A state licensed, ExceleRate Gold, NAEYC accredited early childhood program for infants–preschool.

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Lincolnwood Elementary School District 74

Information on the Lincolnwood Elementary School District.

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Niles Township High School District 219

Information on the Niles Township High School District.

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The Chicago Center for Family Health

In our training and community programs, we provide innovative knowledge and skills to professionals and organizations so that they, in turn, can work more effectively with distressed and vulnerable families.

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The Family Institute at Northwestern University

Through research, education and clinical services, The Family Institute at Northwestern University is one of the nation’s leading relationship-based behavioral health organizations committed to strengthening and healing children and adolescents, couples, families and individuals.

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Jewish Child & Family Services

JCFS Chicago strives to enhance social-emotional well-being for adults, children, teens and families as well as maximize potential for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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Metropolitan Family Services

Metropolitan Family Services provides a wide variety of programs and services designed to strengthen families and help them realize their potential.

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Illinois Department of Children & Family Services

The mission of Illinois DCFS is to protect children who are reported to be abused or neglected and to increase their families' capacity to safely care for them.

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A Safe Place

Provides shelter, court advocacy, referrals, and comprehensive counseling programs for victims of domestic violence – women and children who have been physically, verbally, or emotionally abused.

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Niles Township Food Pantry

Our motto here at the Niles Township Food Pantry is “Serving Food with Dignity.”

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