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There is so much incredible content available to kids during these strange times. Follow the links below for access to e-books, audiobooks, and podcasts for kids and families!
NEW! Join Librarian Aaron for the First Chapter Book Club on the library's YouTube channel!
NEW! Radiolab for Kids is now a thing! It's Radiolab, but it's for kids! Too exciting!!
New York Public Radio has two short podcasts for kids: This Podcast Has Fleas and Pickle. Find them here.
PBS & Boston Public Radio have teamed up to produce a podcast for kids called Molly from Denali.
Check out this article from Fatherly on podcasts for kids that adults will like, too.
EBPL's TumbleBooks and TumbleBookCloud Jr. subscriptions are a great place to start. Access them by starting here. Scroll down to TumbleBooks or TumbleBook Cloud Jr., then log in with your library card.
Junior Library Guild has made selections of their ebooks and audiobooks available for free. Choose from classics and new titles!
Audible, Amazon.com's audiobook service, has made a lot of kids' content free.
HarperCollins Publishers has a great podcast for families called Remember Reading? Each episode dives deep into the story behind a story and the effect it's had on readers and other authors.
ABDO has shared a Digital Bookshelf subscription with us for free! They have lots of interesting nonfiction, graphic novels/comics, and illustrated classics.
Kids Ask Authors: Grace Lin started this fun podcast. Kids can send in their questions about writing, and authors answer them! Hear from Tui Sutherland, Christopher Myers, Leslie Connor, and more!
Shelf Stuff from HarperCollins Publishers is a fun YouTube channel that’s all about books! You’ll find videos, games, sneak peeks at new books, and lots more.
Capstone Interactive eBooks: Our Capstone rep has shared a free subscription to this amazing suite of interactive ebooks. Choose from crafts, graphic novels, nonfiction about animals, and so much more! Login: continue Password: reading
Common Sense Media has some really helpful lists of suggested podcasts. Click below to view them!