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Borrow unlimited kids eBooks, audiobooks, and magazines 24/7! These books even return themselves.
Browse a huge variety of kids eBooks, audiobooks, comics, movies, and TV shows on Hoopla! When you borrow something, you can use it on your computer or device immediately. These items also return themselves!
Browse read-alouds, talking picture books, and educational videos for children! Make the most of your child's screen time and help boost their literacy for free.
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Free video classes from experts for a wide variety of art forms and hobbies, including classes especially for kids!
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Read the latest edition of kids magazines from Canada and other countries online on the day they are published.
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A database about books specifically for younger readers. It helps kids find books that are just right for their reading level and interests. Parents, teachers, and librarians can also find tools to teach with books and engage young readers.
Visit the Novelist K-8 Plus website to get started.
A kid-friendly introduction to research databases! Great place for curious kids to find the answers to their questions, and for parents and teachers to find educational materials on any topic. Includes magazines and newspaper articles, among other resources.
Go to the Gale Elementary website to get started.
An age-appropriate database for middle grade students, allowing them to find answers to all their questions in a safe, easy to navigate website. Includes magazines and newspaper articles, among other resources.
Go to the Gale Middle School website to get started.
Research database featuring age-appropriate and curriculum-related content for high school students. Includes magazines and newspaper articles, among other resources.
Go to the Gale High School website to get started.
Universalis Junior est une encyclopédie pour les jeunes lecteurs. A French-language resource for students ages 7 and up. Contains 2,500 encyclopedia articles perfect for homework and projects.
Visit the Universalis Junior website to get started.