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Gale Virtual Reference Library is a database of eReference titles that includes encyclopedias, almanacs, and specialized reference sources. This collection spans topics within the subjects of elementary and middle school.
Kids InfoBits covers a broad range of elementary school topics in one accessible resource. It includes books, magazines, news, videos, and even images and graphs are indexed and searchable.
Novelist K-8 helps librarians, teachers, parents, and other adults who care about children in grades K-8 find fiction and non-fiction books to read tailored to their reading level and interests. Or, kids can try it themselves to help them select books they’ll enjoy. Using simple search techniques, find helpful resources such as expert reading recommendations, read-alikes, book discussion guides, thematic book lists and more.
Sesame Street eBooks is an online collection of picture books featuring kids’ favorite Sesame Street characters. The collection includes read-along books, audiobooks, animated books and interactive books, all designed around Sesame Street’s early childhood curriculum.
Books come to life through animation, narration, sounds and music. Tumblebook Library is a collection of electronic picture books for children, which are sure to entertain and evoke a love of reading.
Intended for grades K-8, World Book Kids is a fun and interactive way to introduce younger students to the world of online learning. Searching is simple and can be done by keyword or by choosing a general subject that breaks down into specific topics. The encyclopedia also provides images, diagrams, maps and activities tied to national curriculum standards.
World Book Encyclopedia articles form the foundation of this expansive reference database that includes the World Book Dictionary, the World Book Atlas, an extensive multimedia collection, thousands of editor-selected Web sites, correlations to state and provincial curriculum standards, and much more.