A collection of poems from a few of the funniest kids poets around.
Collection of animated books you can read on your home computer. Your Eisenhower Public Library District library card is required to log in from home.
Collection of animated books to read on your home computer in Spanish.
Learning to Read: Early Literacy & Phonics Activites
Appropriate games, rhymes, and fingerplays for children ages birth to 5 years old (and their grownups).
Have fun working on letter recognition or playing with phonics.
Watch easy to follow videos to learn fun rhymes and fingerplays to do with your child.
Improving Your Reading and Language Skills
A fun way to test your spelling skills! Warning: Premium Activities do require a membership fee.
Author and Illustrator Websites
Find out more about Avi. Read his blog for tips to improve your own writing skills.
Find out more about one of the most beloved children chapter book authors of all time.
Read about how the author came up with his famous storylines and listen to the author read some of his books.
The former National Ambassador of Young People's Literature's website is as funny as his books. Find out more about Scieszka and his family. For inspiring writers, he includes a list of talents a writer should have.
Watch his drawings come to life as the poet reads his hilarous poems aloud. You can also make a book and download puzzles.
Find out more about the award winning author and illustrator. Includes a list of his books, some of his artwork as well as some online games to play.
Visit the three time Caldecott medal winner's art studio, read about his life or find your own hidden artist in an interactive coloring book.
Find our more about Audrey and Don Wood's books, lives, and a few secrets about the books they wrote and illustrated.
Finding the Perfect Books
Perfect for finding books in your AR book level or for seeing if there is an AR test for a particular book.
Find books in your Lexile range or check the Lexile number for a particular book.
Search for a new book to read by looking at book lists or Read-a-likes.
Search for a book to read in your reading level. Lists AR level, Lexile level, Guided Reading (A to Z), or DRA