The Rubinstein Library at Cincinnati Children's is the place for families to turn for extensive health-related information on developmental and behavioral issues and related children’s health conditions.
We are a free service open to parents, patients, staff, professionals, trainees, students and the community. Accurate, up-to-date information is available for staff in our research library and easy-to-understand language in our parent library.
Information includes books, CDs, and DVDs, all for loan and a large reprint collection on diseases and syndromes. Children have their own special section of Bibliotherapy books to help entertain and educate them. We also have a toy lending library with a variety of educational and “fun” toys to help develop skills such as hand-eye coordination, large and fine motor skills, and social skills.
Our Personalized Services
We can help you find the information you need through:
- Computer literature searching
- Interlibrary loans
- Access to online resources, books, brochures, professional journals, videos, CDs and DVDs
- Developmental and switch-adapted toys
- Bibliotherapy books for children
- Comprehensive reprint collection of medical information
The Rubinstein Library is funded through the charitable contributions from the Jack Rubinstein Foundation for Developmental Disorders.