Storytime at the Library

Storytime is online for now

To keep everyone safe, we will continue to stream our storytime programs because we don't want you to miss out. A full listing of what is being streamed is listed below, if you can't be part of the action on the day, the videos will be kept on the Library Facebook page for you to watch at another time.

Facebook livestream 

The library will now be streaming weekly storytime on Facebook to your living room.

Join Joanne and Michelle for stories, song and rhyme.


Rock N Rhyme 10.15am

Rock A Bye 11.15am

Tuesdays - New, weekly

Stories and a sandwich 12 noon - starting June, join us for a story or two as you enjoy your lunch.


Rock N Tales 10.30am

Fridays - New, starting mid June

Young and the restless 10am - recommended for toddlers aged 15 months to 3 years.

Itsy bitsy babies 11am - recommended for babies aged from birth to 9 months

Zoom in for Rocking Rhyme Time - stories and rhymes for children with specific needs or developmental delay

New dates will be announced in term 3.


Before streaming, we recorded some storytimes with Library staff and the Mayor, Jennifer Anderson. If you would like more story choices, watch our Ku-ring-gai Library storytime playlist

Ku-ring-gai Llibrary would like to acknowledge our global publisher for giving public libraries the rights to produce and deliver online storytimes for our communities while regular storytime visits have been suspended.

For inquiries about children's books and reading please don't hesitate to email the children's library team at

Activities to do at home

Letter F (pdf. 523KB) 

Letter L (pdf. 605KB)

Letter R (pdf. 162KB)

Letter T (pdf. 128KB)

Craft ideas or colouring pages for decoration or

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Story Box Library 

You can now have a special story time at home! We're very excited to announce that Library patrons can now access the Story Box Library using their Library card number. Story Box Library is an online library full of videos of Australian authors, comedians, actors, musicians, and illustrators reading Australian stories aloud. To access the service, simply visit and log in via the Public Library option. If you have any questions about Story Box Library, please ask one of the friendly librarians on the number below.

Contact us

For further information contact Ku-ring-gai Libraries Children's Services on 9424 0116 / 9424 0109 or email us at