Ludlow High School Library Catalog - Turn in your books and email me your requests (make sure it says "available")!!
Note: YA=Young Adult or Teen
TIP: install the ePub Reader for Google Chrome to read your ebooks (Mr. Fancher says this is OK).
STORYTIME (on YouTube)
- search CBeebies Bedtime Stories. Tom Hardy! James McAvoy! Orlando Bloom! Rick Astley! 100s of stories presented by the BBC.
- search Storyline Online Stories. presented by the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Foundation.
- Read alouds on Facebook live from RIF https://www.facebook.com/ReadingIsFundamental/
EBooks and E-Audiobooks:
1. Kenton County Public Library Overdrive Collection - https://kenton.overdrive.com/ -- all ages
- Use your library card number to login, email me for the password OR right now there is an option to sign up for a free digital account right on their page.
- Get the LIBBY app for easy access (once you have your library card number).
2. YA Books Central -- find something you might like, then get it from the Kenton County Library. You don't need to create an account to view the book lists and ratings. If you do create an account, remember that this is a social media platform, so make sure to keep your settings private.
https://www.goodreads.com/genres/young-adult or https://www.yabookscentral.com/
3. KIRKUS book reviews -- https://www.kirkusreviews.com/discover-books/childrens - reading pros rate YA and children's books, including suggested age groups.
4. Free webcomics -- https://www.slj.com/?detailStory=webcomics-teens-tweens-free-middle-grade-YA&utm_source=Marketing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=april9ExtraHelping
5. Junior Library Guild - https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/at-home - free reading resources. Elementary-high school ebooks & audiobooks (for the duration)
6. Project Gutenberg: fulltext (and some audio) of public domain books -- lots of classics! Download the ePub extension or use Kindle. -- http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page
7. National Emergency Library - https://archive.org/details/nationalemergencylibrary
8. Free reading sources - http://www.pearltrees.com/joycevalenza/digital-stories-books-alouds/id25633686 -- Lots of links to free reading for all ages (for the duration).
9. Follett eBooks - free ebook access until June 30. Sign up for a free account from the place where I order all the books for our library!
Articles and Magazines:
1. Wonderopolis -- https://wonderopolis.org/wonders - kids' questions answered with enrichment activities suggested. Submit a question, browse the questions, or sign up for online summer camp. MY FAV!!!!
2. Science News and Science News for Students -- science current events
3. TIME for Kids -- https://time.com/tfk-free/
4. Scholastic magazines: Learn at Home - https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html
Links to resources for students, parents, and teachers for grades PreK-9, including First Aid for Feelings, a workbook for helping students cope with stress and change.
5. Kenton County Public Library -- https://www.kentonlibrary.org/