Children’s Programs

Join Miss Jenney for library fun from home!


Miss Jenney reads I Believe I Can by Grace Byers
Boredom Buster idea: I’ve Lost My Sock!
Miss Jenney reads Come Along, Daisy! by Jane Simmons
Miss Jenney reads Hooway for Wodney Wat by Helen Lester
Littles Library Time – Home Edition available here!
Got jiggy kids at home? Try these Story Time Stretches!



Online resources for younger children:

Ebooks and audiobooks can be accessed through Libby

Time to Come In, Bear is a great video for younger children that addresses “the world’s cold”.         Each book is read by an actor and some books have an accompanying teacher’s guide that is full of activities.        Free audio books for children across 6 different languages

Scholastic Learn at Home       20 days of online activities, stories and videos from Scholastic

If you are doing online learning from home, our Gale Databases for Children can support you. Miss Humblebee’s Academy has some nice resources for preschoolers. Kids InfoBits is nice for elementary age children.

Tumblebooks has generously made available their complete collection until August 31.  TumbleBooks’ databases are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home! Your kids can read as many books as they want, when they want, and on any device. There are no check-outs, holds, or bulky downloads. Books are available instantly.
TumbleBookLibrary – K-6 ebooks

Free online magazines for kids: Ranger Rick and Time for Kids


Online resources for teens:

Use this time to learn a new skill – coding! Try CodeAcademy or edX.

If you are doing online learning from home, our Gale Databases for Teens can support you.

TeenBookCloud – Grades 7-12 ebooks (A Tumblebooks site.)


Resources for parents:

Helping Children Cope (

CHP Family Services YouTube channel

Talking to Children About Covid-19


Questions or comments about any of these resources? Please contact Jenney directly at email hidden; JavaScript is required. Jenney will be checking email on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.