| Discover what the library has for you!|BookFLIX
Scholastic BookFLIX is an exciting online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction ebooks to get kids excited about reading and learning! With a library card, you can access BookFLIX anywhere there is an internet connection -- from the library or from home. You can get to it anytime, 24/7! It is specifically created to support beginning and reluctant readers. It includes:
- 95 classic video storybooks, each paired with a related nonfiction ebook
- 27 Spanish-language versions
- read-aloud support, so kids can hear each book narrated and also hear definitions of keywords and directions for each activity
- educational games and activities
- safe, age-appropriate web links, selected by Scholastic editors
- "Meet the author" section to learn more about the author of each fiction book
Check it out today!
Award-winning books for children
Which books won the Newbery and Coretta Scott King awards this year? Click here to see the 2011 Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) award winners, including A Sick Day for Amos McGee, recipient of the 2011 Caldecott Medal (illustrated by Erin E. Stead; written by Phillip C. Stead).
Want to know more about the library's storytime program? Click here!
Websites for kids, chosen by librarians
The American Library Association and ALSC has put together a list of Great Websites for Kids. They are broken down by subject area for easy browsing, yet are also searchable. Give them a click!
Click on the TumbleBooks icon (below) to read along and/or listen to picture books and chapter books. You may also choose to play some book-related games, or listen to a book in a foreign language, including books read in Spanish and in French.
Click on the TumbleTalkingBooks icon (below) to access your online audio library.