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13Apr/150

April: Autism Awareness Month

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Websites:

Books:

Since We’re Friends David’s World Tomas Loves Every Turtle Counts My Autism Counts
Anthony Best I See Things Differently: A First Look at Autism Armond Goes to a Party Russel's World I Know Someone With Autism
My Brother Sammy is Special

Recommended by: Janet Spaulding, Selection Services

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7Apr/150

Raising Lifelong Readers

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Boys Read - Developing a new generation of literate men. It's not that boys can't read, it's that boys won't read. Their mission: transform boys into lifelong readers.

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Brightly: Helping Parents Grow Lifelong Readers - Connects kids with the right books at the right time to keep them engaged with reading as they grow.

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Digital Storytime - A site to help parents and educators find picture book apps for iPad. Detailed ratings and information are included for every app reviewed.

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FirstBook - First Book provides access to new books for children in need. Start reading and sharing beautiful stories with the children in your life with FirstBooks literacy partner WeGiveBooks at their free online library.

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Guys Read - Helping boys become self-motivated, lifelong readers - recommend books that guys have told them they like. "Our idea is to help guys become readers by helping them find texts they want to read."

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In the Middle Books - Find series and online resources for kids ages 5-9, 7-10, and 8-12. Choose books by age or theme, get chapter excerpts, printable acitivity pages, videos, and more! From Simon & Schuster Publishing.

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IndyPL Kids' Blog - Chapter to read next and homework help.

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IndyPL Read Right Now! eReading Room for Kids - Free online reading for kids, no waiting!

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IndyPL Ready to Read Blog - Book suggestions and reading practice ideas for parents of children ages 0-5.

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James Patterson's Read Kiddo Read - Helps parents and educators connect their children with the books that will turn them into lifelong readers.

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Jumpstart - Working toward the day every child in America enters Kindergarten prepared to succeed.

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KidsReads - Ever craved a good book and just not been inspired by anything you see? Or wished you had a place to discover new books? KidsReads can help figure out what to read next.

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Little eLit - Little eLit is a crowd-sourced, grass-roots learning network that works to develop promising practices for the incorporation of new media (eBooks, apps, video, etc.) into library collections, services and programs for families with young children.

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Little Free Library - Little Free Library's are "take a book, return a book" places where neighbors share their favorite books - anyone may stop by and pick up a book and bring back another book to share. This site provides a map of the US showing where registered little libraries are located.

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A Mighty Girl - Over 2,000 girl-empowering books starring stellar Mighty Girl characters.

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Reach Out and Read - Reach Out and Read is an organization of medical providers who promote early literacy and school readiness in pediatric exam rooms nationwide by integrating children's books and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud into well-child visits.

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Reading is Fundamental (RIF) - Their vision is a literate America in which all children have access to books and discover the joys and value of reading, to make reading a fun and beneficial part of everyday life.

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Reading Rockets - Reading Rockets is a national literacy initiative offering information and resources on how young kids learn to read, why so many struggle, and how caring adults can help.

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The Stacks - Book and author news, games, videos and more from Scholastic Kids.

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Too Small to Fail or Pequeños y Valiosos - Activities to improve the health and well-being of children ages zero to five to help them prepare to succeed.

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Unite for Literacy - Over 120 free picture books narrated in: Arabic, ASL, Burmese, Cherokee, Chinese, Cup'ik, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Karen, Karenni, Kekchi, Korean, Mopan, Navajo, Polish, Portuguese, Q'anjob'al, Russian, Swetswana, Slovak, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Turkish & Vietnamese.

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United Through Reading - One of the most difficult things a child can experience is having a parent deployed to a war zone for an indeterminate period of time. United Through Reading helps ease the stress of separation for military families by having deployed parents read children’s books aloud via DVD for their child to watch at home.

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WeGiveBooks - We Give Books makes digital books available in an online library. Some books are available in español.

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18Mar/150

Indiana Early Literacy Firefly Award – Vote Now!

The first inaugural 2015 Indiana Early Literacy Firefly Award winner is Bill Cotter for his book “Don’t Push the Button.”


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Every child in Indiana, aged 0-5, may vote one time for the Indiana Early
Literacy Firefly Award. They will need to work with a parent, a librarian, a
teacher, a babysitter or other caregiver adult.

  • Print a Ballot
  • Circle one of the titles
  • Turn the Ballot in to your local Public Library or voting location.
  • The last day to vote is May 10, 2015.

Libraries will then email their totals to the Indiana Center for the Book.


Nominated Titles:

Tap the Magic Tree Don't Push the Button Let's Sing a Lullaby with the Brave Cowboy Count the Monkeys
Mix It Up Tiptoe Joe Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons Pouch
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10Mar/150

A Mighty Girl Playlist – Free with Your Library Card!

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The website A Mighty Girl is an outstanding collection of books, toys, music and movies "for smart, confident, and courageous girls."

A Mighty Girl’s music section features more than 100 girl-empowering songs in a wide range of genres for all ages of Mighty Girls. You can also filter the collection by recommended age, genre, and theme. Each song description has a 'Note to Parents' to help you get the right song to your mighty girl at the right time.

Below is the playlist of Mighty Girl Music (as of today, they will continue to build the list, so keep checking it for new ones.) It is a great place to start for making a playlist for your own Mighty Girl.

Remember you can download 5 FREE songs a week with your library card from The library’s Freegal music catalog. In the list, the songs that are available from Freegal are in bold. Download 5 today and add the rest to your wishlist to make it easy to grab 5 more songs each week.

By May you will have a list of power songs for girls - a great soundtrack for the summer!

*32 Flavors Ani DiFranco
A Mother's Love Mark Masri
*A Sorta Fairytale Tori Amos
*Ain't got No/I Got Life Nina Simone
Almost There The Princess and the Frog Soundtrack
Amelia Almost 13 Carrie Newcomer
*Anything You Can Do from Annie Get Your Gun
*Atalanta from Free to Be You and Me
B*tch bad Lupe Fiasco
*Beautiful Christina Aguilera
Born This Way Lady Gaga
*Brave Sara Bareilles
*Breakaway Kelly Clarkson
Build a Levee Natalie Merchant
*Butterfly Kisses Bob Carlisle
*Child of Mine Carol King
Come Over to My Dollhouse Lunch Money
*Cornflake Girl Tori Amos
Courage Beauty form Pain 1.1
*Crucify Tori Amos
*Daddy Byonce Knowles
Defying Gravity Idina Menzel
Do My Thing Estelle
Everything Alanis Morissette
*Father and Daughter Paul Simon
*Feeling Good Nina Simone
*Fighter Christina Aguilera
Firework Katy Perry
Fixing Her Hair Ani DiFranco
Fly to Your Heart Selena Gomez
Free to Be You and Me The New Seekers
Future Man, Future Lady Ziggy Marley
Get Up Superchick
Girl Tori Amos
*Girl Disappearing Tori Amos
Girl in a Country Song Maddie and Tae
*Girl On Fire Alicia Keyes
*Girl Shanty Sons of the Never Wrong
Girls With Guitars Wynonna Judd
Gold Rush Brides Natalie Merchant
Good Mother Jann Arden
Gotta Be Me Secret Anget 23 Skidoo
Gotta Be You Secret Agent 23 Skidoo
*Hammer and Nail Indigo Girls
Hands Jewell
Headstrong 10,000 Maniacs
Heroes Ann Reed
Hey Hey Superchick
Hit Me With Your Best Shot Pat Benatar
How You've Grown 10,000 Maniacs
I Am NOt My Hair India Arie
*I Am Woman Helen Reddy
I Hope You Dance Lee Ann Womack
*I'm Coming Out Diana Ross
*I'm Every Woman Whitney Houston
*I'm Going to Live the Life Mahalia Jackson
I'm Gonna Be An Engineer Peggy Seeger
*I'm Not Perfect Laurie Berkner
I'm Ready Kim Possible Soundtrack
*In My Daughter's Eyes Martina McBride
In Or Out Ani DiFranco
*Independent Women Destiny's Child
Intuition Jewell
It's Amazing Jem
Joyful Girl Ani DiFranco
Julie Through the Glass Carly Simon
Jump Miss Melodee
Just a Girl No Doubt
Just the Way You Are Bruno Mars
Learn Me Right Brave Soundtrack
*Least omplicated Indigo Girls
Let It Go Frozen Soundtrack
Let It Grow Ester Dean
Let Your Heart Sing Katherine McPhee
*Love Song Sara Bareilles
Mean Taylor Swift
*Mean Girls Rachel Crow
*More Beautiful You Jonny Diaz
My Little Girl Tim McGraw
No Man's Woman Sinead O'Connor
Not a Pretty Girl Ani DiFranco
One and Lonely Superchick
Overrated Ashely Tisdale
Part of Me Katy Perry
Pearl Katy Perry
*People Like Us Kelly Clarkson
*Perfect Pink
*Perfect Girl Sarah McLachlan
*Proud Heather Small
*Respect Aretha Franklin
*Right as Rain Adele
Roar Katy Perry
Rock What You Got Superchick
Science Fair (Album)
She's Not Just a Pretty Face Shania Twain
*Silent All These Years Tori Amos
*Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves Eurythmics
Skipping Eddie Vedder
Stand in the Rain Superchick
Strong Women Meg Braun
*Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) Kelly Clarkson
*Stupid Girls Pink
*Superwoman Alicia Keyes
*Survivor Destiny's Child
Tell It Like It Is Tracy Chapman
Tell Yourself Natalie Merchant
*Thank God for Kids Kenny Chesney
*Thank U Alanis Morrisette
That I Would Be Good Alanis Morrisette
The Climb Miley Cyrus
The Emperor's New Clothes Sinead O'Connor
*The Greatest Love of All Whitney Houston
*The Long Way Around Dixie Chicks
The Middle Jimmy Eat World
The Princess Who Saved Herself Jonathan Coulton
*The Voice Within Christina Aguilera
*The Wood song Indigo Girls
*This One's For the Girls Martina McBride
Tomboy in a Princess Dress Suzi Shelton
Tomboy Princess Meg Braun
Touch the Sky Julie Fowlis Brave Soundtrack
*True Colors Cyndi Lauper
Try Colbie Caillet
Typical Girl Cheri Magill
*Unwritten Natasha Bedingfield
Video India Arie
What I Am Edie Brickell
*When I Was a Boy Dar Williams
Who I Am Jessica Andrews
Who Says Selena Gomez
Who's That Girl Robyn
Whole Wide World Mindy Gledhill
*Wide Open Spaces Dixie Chicks
Wild One Faith Hill
Willing to Fight Ani DiFranco
*Wonder Natalie Merchant
*You Gotta Be Desree
*You're Aging Well Dar Williams

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4Mar/150

Reading Programs All Year Long

Below are several reading programs you can participate in at home to encourage year-round reading and even earn prizes. You can visit any IndyPL library location to checkout books or you can Read Right Now! by visiting our eReading Room for Kids - free eBooks you can read from your device at home, no waiting!


World Read Aloud Day 2016
World Read Aloud Day
February 24, 2016
  • Every year on the first Wednesday of March, World Read Aloud Day calls global attention to the importance of reading aloud and sharing stories.
  • Download the 2015 World Read Aloud Day Picture Book: New Day, New Friends
  • Download Community Packet

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National Education Association: Read Across America Day
March 2, 2016
  • The National Education Association is building a nation of readers through its signature program, NEA’s Read Across America. Now in its 18th year, this year-round program focuses on motivating children and teens to read through events, partnerships, and reading resources.
  • Take the Read Across America Pledge

World Book Day 2016
World Book Day
March 3, 2016
  • To help make World Book Day special – and to encourage reading for the rest of the year too – there are a whole range of resources including lesson plans, activity sheets, discussion guides and free eBooks.

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Book It! Give Me 20 Spring Reading Challenge
March 7, 2016 - April 29, 2016
  • Eight-week challenge. Read to your child/children at least 20 minutes per day, five days per week and you can enter for a chance to win prizes.
  • Online Registration Form.

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Free Comic Book Day
May 7, 2016
  • Free Comic Book Day is a single day when participating comic book specialty shops across North America (including IndyPL Library Locations!) and around the world give away comic books absolutely free to anyone who comes into their shops!

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D.E.A.R. Drop Everything And Read
April 12th in honor of Beverly Cleary’s birthday (but can by anytime!)
  •  D.E.A.R. stands for “Drop Everything and Read,” a national month-long celebration of reading designed to remind folks of all ages to make reading a priority activity in their lives. Because, what’s more fun(damental) than reading, really?

Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge
Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge
May 4-September 4 , 2015
  • Free online reading program for children.
  • Virtual badges, stories, games, book lists, activities & prizes.

Barns and Noble Imagination Station
Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Imagination's Destination
May 19th and September 7th, 2015
  • Read any 8 books and record them in the Reading Journal.
  • Bring the completed Reading Journal to your local B&N store.
  • Choose a FREE BOOK.

Feed Your Brain
Half Price Books Feed Your Brain Summer Reading Program
June & July, 2015

Book It Wimpy Kid
Book It! Summer Reading Challenge with Wimpy Kid
June 22 - August 15 , 2015
  • The more they read, the more prizes they can earn.

Books a Million Summer Quest
Books-a-Million Summer Quest Reading Program
Summer 2015
  • Read 4 books from their summer reading list.
  • Have a parent or guardian sign and verify the completed form.
  • Return the form to your local Books-a-Million store to receive a FREE Camp Half-Blood Tote Bag.
  • Printable Books-a-Million Reading Form & Booklist

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We Give Books Read for My Summer
2015 Summer Dates TBA
  • Read for My Summer is We Give Books’ free online summer reading program. Each week we highlight a special book for you and your child to read online, along with fun activities and reading tips to make them come to life, including custom activities from ReadWriteThink.org.
  • Remember, you can keep reading online all year in the We Give Books free online library.

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Chuck E. Cheese Reading Rewards Calendar
Summer 2015, Offer expires 12/31/15
  • Print the Reading Rewards calendar, mark it for reading every day for 2 weeks.
  • Take it to a Chuck E. Cheese location to get 10 FREE tokens. Child(ren) must be present to redeem. Only at participating locations. Food purchase is required.
  • Printable Calendar

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Sylvan Book Adventure
Ongoing
  • Read, click, and win with Book Adventure – a free, motivational reading program available to children in grades K-8.
  • Register Now

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Book It! I Want My Hat Back Give Me 20 Fall Reading Challenge
October 19 - December 11, 2015
  • Eight-week challenge. Read to your child/children at least 20 minutes per day, five days per week and you can enter for a chance to win prizes.
  • Online Registration Form.

Star Wars Reads Day 2015
Star Wars Reads Day 2015
October 10, 2015
  • Star Wars fans, authors, and artists come together to celebrate reading and Star Wars.

Star Wars Reads Day @Pike Library Branch Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 2pm Costume parade, craft table, trivia quiz, Jedi/Sith Training Course & more. Details


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We Give Books Jump Start Read for the Record
October 22, 2016
  • Read for the Record mobilizes millions of children and adults to celebrate literacy by participating in the largest shared reading experience. On this day people across the country united to read a children's book.
  • Remember, you can keep reading online all year in the We Give Books free online library.

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2Mar/150

Read Right Now! Dr. Seuss

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Every Child Ready to Read® @ your library® is a program of the Association for Library Service to Children and Public Library Association, divisionsof the American Library Association. Every Child Ready to Read® @ your library® is a registered trademark and is used with permission. Early literacy begins at home with the adults in a child's life.

Use IndyPL's Read Right Now! pages to have fun at home doing the five things that build early reading skills: Reading, Playing, Writing, Singing & Talking. Find books to read, songs to listen to, games to play, crafts to make and more! Things you can do RIGHT NOW, at home - no waiting!


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Listen to Dateline's Keith Morrison Reading How the Grinch Stole Christmas The Grinch tries to stop Christmas from arriving by stealing all the presents and food from the village, but much to his surprise it comes anyway.

More FREE Online Reading:


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Websites:


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Freegal Grinch Songs from Seuss

How to Download Freegal Songs (Free & Legal!) with Your Library Card.


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The more words children hear, the more words they learn, the better prepared they are to read! Here are some tips for talking about letters:

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17Dec/140

Read Right Now!: Clifford the Big Red Dog

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Norman Bridwell, Creator of ‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’ Books has died. Mr. Bridwell was 86. "Norman Ray Bridwell was born in Kokomo, Ind., on Feb. 15, 1928. His father, Vern, was a factory worker; his mother, Leona, was a homemaker. Norman drew from an early age and after high school studied at the John Herron Art Institute in Indianapolis (now the Herron School of Art and Design, a part of Indiana University) and at Cooper Union in New York." From: New York Times: Norman Bridwell Obituary

Read Right Now!

Read Right Now! books you can read online, right now, with no waiting!


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Read and listen along to these stories about Clifford the Big Red Dog:


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Read Cleo's Fair Share - When Mrs. Diller gives Cleo a toy for being a good dog, she doesn't WANT to share - even with T-Bone and Clifford!

MORE Read Right Now!:

Websites:

Books:

Clifford the Big Red Dog Clifford at the Circus Clifford Gets a Job Clifford Takes a Trip Clifford’s Good Deeds
Clifford’s Good Deeds The Clifford Collection Clifford the Small Red Puppy Clifford’s Puppy Days Clifford, We Love You

Clifford DVDs:

Clifford the Big Red Dog Big, big Collection Dog Days of Summer

eBooks:

eAudio:

Books Recommended By: Janet Spaulding

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4Dec/140

Holiday Gift Picks for Kids from IndyPL Librarians

Picture Book Picks:

The Book With No PicturesKaren Perry,
Franklin Road
Panda Bear Panda Bear What Do You SeeEmilie Lynn,
East 38th Street
NocturneShellie Rich,
Central Library
Stop Snoring BernardJoe Fox,
Irvington
The Going to Sleep BookEmilie Lynn,
East 38th Street
Professor Whiskerton Presents Steampunk ABCCindy Childers,
Garfield Park
The Twelve Days of Christmas Pop-UpSusan Barhan,
Southport
This Book Just Ate My DogKaren Perry,
Franklin Road
Take Away the ACarrie Waterson,
IT
Sam and Dave Dig a HoleJanet Spaulding,
Selection Services
Mr FrankCarrie Waterson,
IT
The Twelve Days of Christmas in IndianaCarrie Waterson,
IT
Good Night IndianaLaura Dixon,
Outreach
Go to Sleep Little FarmShellie Rich,
Central Library
TelephoneKaren Perry,
Franklin Road
Circle Square MooseJanet Spaulding,
Selection Services

Chapter Book Picks:

The Mysterious HowlingRaylene Jordan,
The Learning Curve
The Magic ThiefRaylene Jordan,
The Learning Curve
The Mysterious Benedict SocietyRaylene Jordan,
The Learning Curve
The Squires TaleRaylene Jordan,
The Learning Curve
Wildwood ChroniclesRaylene Jordan,
The Learning Curve
SidekickedCarrie Waterson,
IT
El DeafoJanet Spaulding,
Selection Services
Greenglass HouseShellie Rich,
Central Library
The Chicken SquadJanet Spaulding,
Selection Services
The Case of the Weird Blue ChickenJanet Spaulding,
Selection Services

Technology Toy Picks:

SpheroRaylene Jordan,
The Learning Curve
kano2Raylene Jordan,
The Learning Curve
3doodlerRaylene Jordan,
The Learning Curve

App Picks:

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Raylene Jordan,
The Learning Curve

Best Books of 2014:

Links provided by: Janet Spaulding, Selection Services

Best Apps of 2014:

Free Apps:

  • IndyPL Ready to Read: Story Apps for Kids (includes links to several FREE book apps)
  • IndyPL Ready to Read: Apps for Kids (includes links to several FREE apps)
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21Oct/140

Read for the Record – Bunny Cakes

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Read Right Now! books you can read online, right now, with no waiting!

JumpStart Read for the Record On October 21, 2014, people across the country will unite to read the children’s book Bunny Cakes, a comical story of sibling bonding and birthday shenanigans, by bestselling author and illustrator Rosemary Wells, in support of Jumpstart’s mission: to work toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed.

Join Josh Duhamel, this year's celebrity reader, to set a reading record.

"As a new dad, I’m proud to be part of a campaign that advocates early education for all children. The best part of our day is story time with Axl." ~ Josh Duhamel

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Read Right Now!

It's Grandma's birthday, and Max wants to make her an icky worm cake. But Ruby insists on angel surprise with raspberry-fluff icing. Will Max let his bossy older sister keep him out of the kitchen?

  • Free Activities and Coloring Pages (en español tambien)

More FREE Online Reading:


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14Oct/140

Zinio: Free eMagazines for Kids at the Library

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You and your child can read full digital copies of favorite magazines on your computer, tablet or mobile device with the free Zinio magazine subscription service now available through The Indianapolis Public Library.

  • current issues released simultaneously with print editions
  • no holds
  • no checkout periods
  • no limit on the number of magazines that can be downloaded

Seriously! ; )

NOTE: The Zinio magazine subscription service requires the creation of two accounts – a library Zinio account to view the Indy Library's collection and a free Zinio.com account to read magazines online or via the Zinio Reader app on a mobile device. Users can visit their device's app store to download and install the Zinio Reader app to read magazines, or use a web browser to browse and check out new issues of Library magazines. To access Zinio, click on "eMagazines" from the Library's homepage at www.indypl.org and go to "Zinio."

Zinio Magazines for Kids:

Hello Highlights Hello - Colorful images, simple stories, activities and helpful tips that encourage quality time together. Ages 0-2.
Babybug  Babybug - Brightly illustrated stories and simple poems are perfect for parents and grandparents to read aloud, while the extra-heavy pages, non-toxic ink, rounded corners, and staple-free binding make BABYBUG safe for little ones to explore all on their own. Age 6 months – 3 years
High Five Highlights High Five - For beginning readers! Stories and poems, crafts and recipes, puzzles and other activities. Ages 2-6. en Español.
Ladybug Ladybug - For pre-schoolers and early readers. Stories, colorful illustrations, poems, songs, and crafts. Pre-K-Grade 1.
Click Click - Learn about nature, the sciences, and the arts. Grades 1-2.
Highlights Highlights - Fiction, nonfiction, hidden pictures®, skill-building puzzles, science experiments and more. Ages 6-12.
Spider Spider - Stories, poems, nonfiction, bright illustrations and detailed drawings by famous children's artists as well as riddles, puzzles, and other games. Grades 2-4.
Ask Ask - Explore the world of science. What makes wind? Where do colors come from? Were pirates real? Vivid graphics, activities, cartoons, and plenty of humor, Grades 3-5.
Family Fun Family Fun - Do-able ideas to help you with everything from making a creative sack lunch to planning a birthday party. Recipes & crafts kid-tested, parent-approved.
American Girl American Girl - Fun & friendship, party plans, crafts, real girls' stories, quizzes and contests. Parent's Choice, EdPress and NAPPA award winner.
Cricket Cricket - Fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and brilliant illustrations. Frequent contests encourage young writers to try their hand at various genres. Grades 4-8.
Cobblestone Cobblestone - American history for young people, Cobblestone tells America’s story through a unique mix of articles, graphics, historical photographs, primary sources, and maps. Grades 5-9.
DIg Dig - Archaeology Magazine, archaeological sites around the world, working laboratories, interviews with onsite archaeologists all give children a well-rounded view what archaeology is really all about. Grades 5-9.
Faces Faces - Each issue focuses on a different culture – from Vietnam to Egypt to Haiti – including stories about daily life, folk tales, and engaging articles about history and traditions of the people and their culture. Grades 5-9.
Muse Muse - For kids interested in science, history, and the arts. Grades 5-9.
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