The Library has always been the heart of the Children’s Centre. Founded in 1978 as the first component of a comprehensive educational, recreational and developmental facility, the Library remains its vibrant center.

From a volunteer operation from a small room loaned by Health and Physical Education, to an extensive facility within the Madam Hulder Iwuanyanwu Building, Children’s Centre Library (CCL) has continued to serve children and youth of the community and beyond.


The Children’s Centre Library serves children and youth between the ages of 3 and 18.

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The Children’s Centre Committee of the University Women’s Association oversees the library and spearheads its activity and outreach programs.

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The library offers a wide variety of activities, from Saturday story hour to reading clubs, events marking local and international celebrations to providing literacy learning spaces, and programs and workshops supporting school library services.

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The Library has a Collection of over 10,000 Items—books (picture books, fiction and nonfiction), reference materials, magazines and clipping files, toys and games, audiovisual materials, and computers facilities.

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