Sadly, our library is closed due to the pandemic. Please, try out these online resources!

www.TumbleBookLibrary.com – K-6 children’s ebook database
Direct Link: https://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/auto_login.aspx?U=tumble735&P=books
Username: tumble735
Password: books

www.TumbleMath.com – K-6 math ebook database
Direct Link: https://www.tumblemath.com/autologin.aspx?U=tumble2020&P=A3b5c6
Username: tumble2020
Password: A3b5c6

www.TeenBookCloud.com – gr 7-12 ebook database
Direct Link: https://www.teenbookcloud.com/autologin.aspx?U=tumble2020&P=A3b5c6
Username: tumble2020
Password: A3b5c6

1. Starting this week, Kids Listen member podcasts – like What If WorldTumble PodcastNoodle LoafThe Past and the Curious, Cool Facts About AnimalsThe Good Words PodcastBook Club for KidsLittle Bedtime StoriesTimestormCurious Kid Podcast, and Buttons & Figs – will bring you a podcast and an activity based on the episode.

Listen and learn about science, history, animals, music, and language, and then make that learning active with hands-on projects and activities.  You’ll find lesson description at the end of the podcast and, when available, links to printed materials right here!

2. Scholastic has launched a “Learn at Home” website with daily lessons for students from Pre-K to 9th grade.

3. This is a nifty site where kids can explore geometry and have some fun making mandalas.

4. Author Kate Messner shares a read-aloud of THE NEXT PRESIDENT: THE UNEXPECTED BEGINNINGS AND UNWRITTEN FUTURE OF AMERICA’S PRESIDENTS, illustrated by Adam Rex. Writing challenge: After the read-aloud, write your own presidential platform. What changes would you make to your country if you were in charge?

5. Children’s book author and illustrator Dan Santat has created an online survival school for kids!

6. James Burk shows us how to draw the characters from his famous graphic novel series, Bird and Squirrel!

7. Downloadable coloring pages for young readers!

8. A science activity by Star Net!

9. Visit the world of author Oliver Jeffers for story time, games, puzzles and crafts!

10. Kid Lit TV! Pull up this website for fun activities, story times, and radio shows inspired by children’s literature!

11.Museum of Web Art is a fun website to explore and interact with!

12. A collection of videos of story books read by actors!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our library is warm and inviting to children and their parents.

We have areas for pre-schoolers, as well as spaces that draw early readers and other elementary school-age children to work on school projects, computers or just to have fun. We also have programs and facilities for teens.

Our objective is to inspire children at the very beginning of their lives to be library lovers. Towards that end, we want to be welcoming at all times. Please come in and enjoy our story hours and a variety of activities posted on our calendar.

For further information about library activities for children contact the Children’s and Teen Librarians, Abigail Parker and Samantha Saliter.

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