What To Read

Not sure what to read? Check out a list of websites that can help you find your next favorite book!

  • NoveList K-8 Plus 
    Get help finding your next book to read based on books you’ve read or topics you’re interested in. Includes reviews from 1996-present, book discussion guides, and book talks. For K–8 readers.
  • Juveniles Series & Sequels 
    Made available by the Mid-Continent Public Library, this database contains over 36,000 books in 4,900 series titles that are classified into three audiences.
  • James Patterson’s ReadKiddoRead 
    This website brings together reviews for books for newborns to teens, interviews with bestselling children’s authors, and a book blog with reading lists.

Kids Early Literacy & Homework Help

Get the help you need through a variety of online resources, such as ABCMouse, Bookflix, and Kids InfoBits!

    With 3,500+ interactive books, educational games, puzzles, and other learning activities,’s award-winning online curriculum is an invaluable resource for young learners (ages 2-6+). In-Library Use Only
  • Britannica School Elementary 
    Grades 3-4. Find information on countries, animals, and people. Watch and learn with videos, games, and activities.
  • Britannica School Middle 
    Grades 5-7. Find maps, photos, articles, and famous people and places. Compare countries and tour the U.S.A. For homework help and your curiosity.
  • Early World of Learning 
    Grades PreK-3. Follow Trek and Taffy the cat around the world. Share their love of colors, numbers, and other fun things. Come inside for stories and pictures.
  • LearningExpress Library 
    Comprehensive practice tests and tutorial course preparation for academic or licensing tests.
  • World Book Online 
    Online version of the World Book Encyclopedia, geared toward students, teachers, and families.

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