Welcome to the Edward S. Rhodes Library website! Happy exploring! Please feel free to contact Mrs. Gaiewski with any questions.
First through fifth grade has library class weekly for 35 minutes.
Kindergarten has library class every week for 35 minutes and they keep their books in school.
Grade 1: may select one book every week; grade one students keep their books in school.
Grades 2-5: may borrow two books every other week and bring their books home.
Books that are being used for project research may be chosen in addition to personal book choices.
Students, please remember to return materials on your scheduled library day.
It is the students' responsibililty to take care of their books and return them to the library on the due date.
Students, please do not loan your library books to your friends.
What Should I Read Next?
NoveList is a complete resource for fiction and nonfiction pleasure reading!
Need help with homework? Try Tutor.com!
All students now have access to Tutor.com through the Cranston Public Library’s website. From 2:00-10:00 daily, students can connect with a live online tutor and receive individual homework help in any subject area. You are limited to five sessions a week and you must have a valid Cranston Public Library card to enter the site. Click on the icon to the left to be taken to the Tutor.com portal. Remember Cranston Public Library no longer charges fines for overdue children's books. Watch the video below and start taking advantage of this free resource today!
The Cranston Public Library is now Fine Free for children's and teens materials! No fines will be charged for late or overdue materials from Cranston Libraries. If materials belonging to other libraries in the state are late, there may be fines, but please talk with a librarian! They will work with you to see what they can do!
Click here to learn more about Fine Free and Worry Free