The Five Laws
Applying Raganathan's to Children's Library Services
Developed by Virginia Walter:
Libraries serve the reading interests and information needs of all children, directly and through services to parents and other adults who are involved in the lives of children.
Children librarians provide the right book or information for the right child at the right time and in the right place.
Children's librarians are advocates for children's access to books, information, information technology and ideas.
Children's libraries promote children's literacy in all media.
- Children's librarians honor their traditions and create the future.