A clear, colorful design invites young people to access a collection of online stories, a book discussion group, and “Ms. Spider’s” guided tour of the Internet for families.
Booklists and sites for kids and Web tools for adults who work with kids.
Sponsored by the Central Rappahannock Regional Library (Fredericksburg, VA), includes book reviews, holiday information, self-quiz on books you read, homework help, program scrapbooks, activity section, web links and even a younger children section.
A Homework Center with more than 500 sites, the Beverly Cleary Sculpture Garden site, and the Library Joke of the Month (usually a groaner).
NYPL’s site includes many booklists and an easy-to-use design.
Noteworthy in this site are its bright, whimsical design and its bibliographies, to which young readers are invited to attach their annotations.
Take a virtual trip to The Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County. Stories, online activities, take-home activities, and reading lists can be found in English and Spanish.