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Below are a few ways to get started. These resources are available year round on our Kids Books & Reading page.


These lists are created by local librarians to showcase great books for each grade level and different subject areas.

Novelist K-8
This program is specifically designed for young readers. Novelist can help you find books based on Lexile, grade level or author. Do you have a favorite book? Search for it and you will be given a list of similar books that may interest you.


We have multiple programs for children's books to be read online or on a device.

  • Try our Bookflix, created by Scholastic, this program pair’s fiction books with non-fiction books for early readers.
  • Tumble Books has a whole collection of picture books that are animated for viewing or reading along. There are also collections of books in French and Spanish available.  This program is iPad compatible.
  • Downloadable Books
    Try our online e-books available from our Overdrive or Enki sites for download. Check them out with your library card and don’t worry about overdue fees, they return themselves.


Try Your Local Librarian if you need some suggestions. They will help you explore your branch’s collection of books to read. 


Want a list of good books sent to your email? Try subscribing to a list or two available from our Next Reads service. We have newsletters for Kids Books, Picture Books, Tween Reads and more!

Books and Reading

Sheep Reading Books

Read books online, find the next book in a series or check out our book lists to find your next favorite book. 


parents and teachers

 For information about storytime, school visits, library cards and books for kids and parents.