Kinder- und Jugendbibliothek Berlin

In the Kinder- und Jugendbibliothek Berlin (KiJuBi) (Children and Youth Library) on Kreuzberg's Blücherplatz there is anything you want to spend a nice afternoon reading: picture books, books for first readers and storybooks, novels for ages 6 - 21, fiction and non-fiction and lots of comic books.
Foto: Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin

© Foto: Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin

Kinder- und Jugendbibliothek Berlin

© Kinder- und Jugendbibliothek Berlin

Kinder- und Jugendbibliothek Berlin

© Kinder- und Jugendbibliothek Berlin

On top of that, Germany’s biggest library for children and youths offers an enormous scope of books in foreign languages, DVDs, Blurays, talking books, computer and console games and educational software. All of this can not only be borrowed but also used directly on the spot: the KiJuBi has a comfortable reading nook where you can disappear in adventure or fantasy novels or also play boardgames.

Additionally the KiJuBi provides for entertainment, they organise afternoons with storytellers, there are readings, theatre performances, kids’ cinema and workshops. The educational centre of the KiJuBi offers free help with homework during school times. The KiJuBi is a subsidiary of the Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin.

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Blücherpl., 1, 10961, Berlin, Germany




Business Hours

Monday to Friday

01:00 pm - 07:00 pm


10:00 am - 07:00 pm

Important information

Price Level

Annual library pass ages 16 and up: 10,00 euro, library pass for under 16 years free of charge, children under 16 years need the signature of a parent. Please bring a document of personal identification when applying for a library pass.