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bookflix

Early World of Learning is an online collection of interactive/animated talking picture books, games, music, and fun facts for preschool and early elementary aged children.

These resources teach early childhood themes, including numbers, shapes, colors, opposites, and more!

bookflix

Online literacy resource for grades PreK - 3 from Scholastic to build a love of reading and learning. Reinforces early reading skills and introduces children to a world of knowledge
and exploration.

scienceflix

Combines curriculum-driven, leveled content, interactive features, and intuitive navigation into a single,
highly-engaging digital resource for students in grades 4 through 9.

OverDrive

Thousands of ebooks and digital audiobooks for kids are available for checkout

hoopla

Hoopla provides access to streaming Children's Music and audiobooks.

*Video format is unavailable to Montgomery County Memorial Library Systems at this time.

tumblebooks

Talking picture books, read-along books, games, videos and more!

tumblebooks

¡Libraro parlantes, ilustrados, libros de lectura, juegos, vídeos y mucho más!

homeworkhelpResources to help with finding information needed for homework

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School Reading Lists &
Award Books

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Parent Resources

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Reading Resources

espanol
Recursos para niños en Español

storytime

Story Time is offered at several branches. Check your local branch Activities.

Children in the Library are the responsibility of their parents at all times. The Library has neither the staff nor the legal authority to supervise children in the library.

It is tempting to believe the library is a haven that your child can visit without worrying about safety. A library is a public building, open to all. Please use the same precautions for insuring your child’s safety that you would in any other public location. Children under the age of 13 should not be left unattended in the library.  

Children under 13 must have a parent, caregiver or guardian over the age of 18  in the immediate vicinity of and in visual contact with the child. If a child is found inside the Library without a parent, caregiver or guardian they will be considered unattended.

At closing, if a child who is 17 years old or younger is left unattended in the library and a guardian cannot be contacted or does not arrive within 30 minutes, law enforcement officials will be contacted.