The library will be closed on Saturday, January 29th due to the Nor'easter. We will reopen on Monday 1/31.
Below are a few resources for book lovers of all ages. These sites and materials can help you support your learner- in school or at home!
Fun, informative and captivating talks to inspire young minds.
Mo Willems of Elephant and Piggy offers Lunchtime Doodles everyday via the Kennedy Center!
Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Free storytimes by different celebrities reading different books.
All of your child’s favorite characters join them in age-appropriate games, they have free access to watch videos in English or Spanish, learn songs, draw on a blank canvas, create their own scenes, and print off coloring pages.
Enjoy curriculum-based workshops and Digital Learning interactive puppet shows from the safety and comfort of home.
Each week, Magic Tree House Home Adventures will feature videos from Mary Pope Osborne, activities, craft ideas, themed recipes, reading challenges, cross-curricular lessons, Family Trivia Night game ideas, fun surprises, and much more!
Free coloring pages from Crayola, for children and adults!
Can you skewer a balloon without popping it? Coat a nail in copper? What happens when you plug a clock into a potato? Find out using these challenge cards designed by Dyson Engineers
Fun activities and games for kids and teens
Author Jarrett Lerner offers different activities.
Easy-to-understand answers and explanations of how the world actually works
6 outdoor activities that you can do as a family!
Citizen Science Projects you can do anywhere!
The National Library of Medicine produces a variety of web-based resources for use by K-12 health and science educators.
ABDO books offers free digital products until June 2020.
Harper Kids from Home, Shelf Stuff at Home, podcasts and more from Harper Collins!