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Discovery & Fun for Kids
Help your kids discover and explore new and exciting worlds. Learn through reading - read through learning.
Grow their skills and build confidence and resilience. Open up to a world of online entertainment and discovery.
The library supports literacy and reading in our community. ​
 
Baby Rhyme Time
Baby Rhyme Time For Under 2s - Visit page for more info
Storytime Storytime - Visit page for more info


National Geographic Kids (NEW!) Explore amazing adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space​

 

 

​Story Box Library - over 290 video stories that are read by Australian & New Zealand Storytellers. All stories have closed captions to encourage reading along and also include at home activities to either engage and promote learning from the content that has been viewed or simply to help pass the time.
Just select your library from the dropdown menu and input your barcode.
*You might need to click the red text that reads: “Click here for library barcode login”

 

 
 

Tumblebooks - A collection of animated, talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading in a format they'll love. ​



​​Early Learning - An engaging online resource for preschoolers and children in the early primary grades. Featuring interactive games and activities as well as stories perfect for beginner readers. 

World Book Kids - With thousands of articles, multimedia content, ​and a collection of biographies, World Book Kids is designed to encourage the young learner to be curious.
World Book Student - Designed to make online information easy for students to access and for teachers to integrate into lesson planning—boasts more than 40,000 encyclopedia articles, learning resources, and research tools.

World Book Online - World Book Online is an engaging, verified, and trustworthy digital resource for grades pre-K through high school.

 

Mango languages - A key resource for learning multiple languages where English is the native language or the second (or third) language. You can even learn Pirate!

 

Read one of the Raising Children Network articles on literacy and language development in children, including another helpful article on raising bilingual children.

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