• Children ages 9 and younger must be accompanied by a caregiver over the age of 14. Library staff are not responsible for the safety of any child left unattended in the Library. 

  • Children who are not following Library Behavior guidelines will be required to leave the Library. If the child is not accompanied by an adult, the Alhambra Police Department Youth Services Division may be called for assistance. 

  • You may request a copy of the Library's Unattended Child Policy at the Children's Reference Desk or visit our About Us page to download a copy.

We appreciate your cooperation in helping the Library provide a safe, comfortable facility for children to use. By working together we can provide the best service possible for the children of our community. 



The Alhambra Library would like to assist you and your students. Please contact the Children’s Room at (626) 570-3215 about services the library offers.

Teacher library cards are available so that materials may be checked out for an extended period of time. Proof of teaching employment in the City of Alhambra is required. Please contact the Check Out Desk at (626) 570-5028 for more information.



A class visit is a wonderful way to introduce your students to the many services provided by the Alhambra Library.

Contact the Children's Room at (626) 570-3215 to arrange a visit with your class. Please schedule at least two weeks in advance.

During the class visit our professional staff can:

  • Provide a tour of the Library.

  • Tell students how to get their own Library cards.

  • Introduce Library resources available for class assignments, homework, after school, and recreational use and teach students how to use them.

  • Introduce the class to books on topics of your choice and discuss the value of the Library and encourage reading.

  • Present story and/or film programs.

Please remember:

  • If you would like students to receive Library cards on the day of the visit, arrangements must be made in advance with Library staff.

  • Teachers, aides, and accompanying parents must remain with the class during the visit.