Brooklyn Public Library rolls out new programs for kids, teens

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The Brooklyn Public Library is rolling out new programs at its 59 branches.

The library offers programs from birth to age 18, making sure there is something for every young person.

Each library offers computers for children and teens so they can do homework or set up an email account.

The library hopes to spark interest in young minds with programs that include homework help, coding, robotics and playing detective.

The Brooklyn Public Library programs will run throughout the entire school year. The library is encouraging all students of all ages not to miss out on any of the fun.

 

 

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