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Sign up for the Summer Reading Program 

The video above is the Family Fun Friday storytime to accompany literacy kits: “In the Garden”

If you would like a link to other previously recorded storytimes, please contact youth services librarian Abby Johnson at abbymjohnson3@gmail.com

Join us for storytime at Bandstand Park in Lyndonville on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. and Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday storytimes will also be livestreamed on our Facebook page

 

Racial Justice Resources

 

Online literacy resources for families

ListenUp Vermont- audio and e-books

To use ListenUp Vermont you will need to use your library card. Please get in touch if you need a card or your library card number by emailing us

 

 

 

 

TumbleBooks– online e-books and audiobooks for all ages, and Tumble Math, math e-books and lessons . Just click on one of the links below to access. Free access for library patrons until August 31, 2020.

TumbleBooks Library grades K-6 e-books

TumbleBooks Math grades K-6 math e-books, lesson plans, quizes

TeenBookCloud grades 7-12 ebooks

AudioBookCloud all ages audio books

More Resources

FourScienceVT 
A new resource offered by VINS, ECHO Center, Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, and Montshire Museum of Science. “Whether you are a teacher or parent, we know you will find a range of content presented in a variety of formats that will allow you to engage your student in fun and valuable learning experiences. We hope that this service helps lessen the load of finding meaningful activities to round out the at-home learning experience.”

Children’s Literacy Foundation– learn at home activities, CLIF author presentations, articles for parents and teachers

Kids InfoBits– Vermont Online Library’s resource for kids. Research by topic or browse through their many subjects.

Schedule of author read alouds and activities

Free kids’ audio books through Audible

Breakout EDU– a daily online educational quiz for the entire family, grades 2 and up. Breakout EDU is an educational game platform that we have used at the library.

KidLit TV

2020_ReadingBeyond_Booklet – Book recommendations for kids reading above their grade level who are looking for more challenging but still age appropriate books. Divided by age group- grades K-1, grades 2-3, and grades 4-5. Compiled by the Children’s Book Council and the American Library Association.

Family Place Resources COVID a list of resources for families with young children, compiled by Family Place Libraries.

 

 

Programs and Events are currently all postponed. Please check back for more online programming options coming soon!

Check out some highlights from our 2019 Summer Reading Program!

Summer Reading Kick-off with magician Ed Popielarczyk

Moon rovers with Colleen Lariviere

Messy Play- Family Fun Night

 

Space jewelry

Float building for Stars and Stripes Parade

Studying moon rocks with Bobby Farlice-Rubio of the Fairbanks Museum, outside the portable planetarium

Heliand Consort family concert

 

Literacy Fair with Modern Times Theater

 

 

                            

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