Our libraries are currently closed, but these free digital online resources include e-books, audio books, and video read-alouds. See “Tips for Using This Guide” at bottom.
Junior Library Guild’s JLG Digital offers free access to e-books. They play in your browser (on a computer or on your mobile device) so they are always available. Click on the logo and ignore the section that asks for My Account details. Click on any book to access it. When you open the book, you can turn the pages by swiping from the right.
Epic provides free access to fiction and nonfiction books for children, including many early readers and chapter books, for 30 days. Your teachers may also send you links to individual books in Epic. Click to the logo to sign up!
SIGNUP: site requires you to register with email/username, password, and other minimal personal information.
NO SIGNUP: site does not require you to register
LOGIN: site requires you to login with your email and password.
COMPUTER: site works in browser on a regular computer (desk or laptop)
MOBILE: site works on a smartphone or tablet device
FREE: entirely free
FREE TRIAL: free for limited time (30 days or stated period)
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