Our Children Library
No-one should doubt the importance of children's library to children and their families all over the world. They are often the first encounter with lifelong learning, introducing the readers and learners of the future to an exciting, rich and varied resources. The 21st century has brought many challenges and many opportunities, it is up to the managers and practitioners of library services to make sure that children have the best start in their reading and learning lives.
The PIASS Library has undertaken Children's Libraries Services to represent good practice in library services for children. The PIASS Library Services for Children Aged 3-14 will support the development and improvement of library services for children in all regions around PIASS. The intention is to offer high quality children's services in the digital age and recognising the changing role of the library in modern society. The PIASS library is deeply committed to core roles in supporting literacy, learning and reading and is focused on the community around it. This should include all children regardless of race, religion, gender, cultural background, socio-economic status, intellectual.
The mission of PIASS children library is to support literacy, learning and reading among children. The special responsibility of the children's library is to meet the needs of children. If children can be inspired at an early age by the excitement of finding knowledge and by works of the imagination, they are likely to benefit from these vital elements of personal development throughout their lives, both enriching themselves and enhancing their contribution to society. Children can also encourage parents and other adults to make use of the library. It is also important that young people who experience difficulty in learning to read should have access to a library to provide them with appropriate material as stated by UNESCO Guidelines for development (2001).