Digital Media for Children:


BookFlix combines classical fictional video storybooks with nonfiction ebooks from scholastic. Reinforces reading skills.
(Remote users please call the Main library’s periodical desk to obtain username and password; (928) 373-6482.)





FreedomFlix is an online resource that allows students to master content area in social studies and literacy skills. FreedomFlix brings history to life using ebooks combined with maps, timelines, virtual tour clips, videos and audio clips. For grades 6-9.
(Remote users please call the Main library’s periodical desk to obtain username and password; (928) 373-6482.)



Read, watch, and explore. TrueFlix offers a collection of videos and voice over reading e-books. TrueFlix has a variety of subjects such as: Continents, Ancient Civilizations, U.S Government, The Civil War, Natural Disaster, Space, etc.
(Remote users please call the Main library’s periodical desk to obtain username and password; (928) 373-6482.)



TumbleBookCloud is our collection for high school and middle school. This collection contains a vast array of YA/Teen novels, classics, poetry, short stories, YA/Teen audio books, graphic novels, and educational videos from National Geographic.




Animated, talking picture books, read-along chapter books, non-fiction books, language learning, and videos.





TumbleBooks son libros animados, con ilustraciones que hablan, para enseñar a los niños más pequeños los placeres de la lectura en un formato que les encantará.





This collection features ebooks and read-along chapter books, graphic novels, educational videos, and audio books.  It’s designed for kids in 2nd through sixth grade.




Library Resources for Children:


Easy to use, and easy to find trusted information. You can browse for Biographies, ebooks, videos, media, quotations, and subjects. Search for different subjects such as: animal, arts and literature, Earth and geography, history, life processes, living things, philosophy and religion, plant, science and mathematics, society, sports and recreation, and technology.

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Kids InfoBits covers a broad range of educational topics such as Animals, Plants, People, Geography, Science & Math, Stories & Literature, History & Social Studies, Transportation, Inventions & Technology, Health, Arts & Entertainment and Sports.




Want to learn a new language? With this database you can learn languages like Spanish, French, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, German, and more. You will need an e-mail address to sign up for an account.




A fun and interactive resource for kindergarten readiness. Geared towards children ages 3-6, you can prepare these learners for kindergarten and beyond with an educational program that introduces key concepts in 5 subject areas. It’s allows the children to create an avatar, collect coins to shop with and have fun all while providing parents with tools for measuring success.




Play games, watch videos, learn about animals, and places, and also get fun facts.





Want to find a good book to read?  NoveList Plus can recommend a book for you based on your likes.  Make sure you select your appropriate age range.

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Find information on more that 30 different scientific topics including: Earth Science, Space Science, Life Science, Health and Human Body, Physical Science, Technology and Engineering, etc. Each of the 30 areas of study feature videos, articles, questions, project ideas, experiments, quizzes, and featured careers.

Remote users must call the periodical’s desk at (928) 373-6482 for ID/Password.



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