When Rapid City Public Libraries decided to add iPads to the Children's Area, I volunteered for the project. In the end this project took me a couple of months to tackle but the number of children using the iPads made it worth the effort. I hope by sharing my experience I can alleviate some frustration and confusion on how to successfully set up iPad displays for young children. Staff quickly decided to focus on iPads and not a generic tablet, partially because of the brand familiarity of Apple products, and also because the iPad had a better and more intuitive touch interface. When we received our 2nd generation iPads I had to make a series of decisions concerning security, apps, and settings. Although the newest trend is lending devices, that wouldn't work with our target audience of children ages 2-10. One of the reasons we decided to go with tablets was that children from lower income households may not have the opportunity to use mobile devices or a form of tablets before going to school, creating a disadvantage. Plus, limiting lending to only active card holders (who would have to sign a waiver to replace the iPad if broken) would deny children visiting or on vacation from having a chance to use them.