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Kits are all available for you to borrow to use in the library.  It is also possible to book them on behalf of community organizations, and school librarians can get their own account, too.  They travel through the courier.  All kits are booked by librarians, using software set up for that.  To get started with registering for this software, please fill out this form.  Daycares, Headstart programs and other agencies interested in borrowing kits must contact their local library, who can check them out on behalf of these agencies.


The complete list of Kits, from both IFLS and WVLS, is available once you register for our Lend-Items library.  IFLS-owned kits.   WVLS kits as of September, 2016.

IFLS-Owned Maker Kits

WVLS-Owned Maker Kits (as of September 2016)

Full list of Early Childhood Kits (includes board book kits, large motor kits, themed storytime kits, and early childhood play kits)

 2 collections of board games for teen/tween/adult programming (Created with funding from an LSTA grant from the IMLS)


Created to use with school age kids, these kits encourage exploration and creation.  (Created with funding from an LSTA grant from the IMLS)

Resources Not on Lend Items:

Die-Cut Machine and Dies

The machine and dies are housed at the Phillips Public Library.  You can send paper and requests to Jake to get them cut.  


Several libraries have costumes and they are willing to let others borrow them for in-library use.