Storytime April 19, 2017

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abcmouse

We now offer free access to ABCmouse.com for our library patrons.  Winner of numerous awards from national education, parent, and media organizations, ABCmouse.com offers a highly engaging, expert-designed curriculum for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and beyond with more than 3,500 individual learning activities and 450 lessons.  ABCmouse.com is the most comprehensive early learning curriculum available online!

Just visit the library and click on the shortcut on one of our public access computers to get started.

Kids Magazines

Lego Club

Features Lego products, special offers, comics, games, contests, modeling tips, and more.

National Geographic Little Kids

An innovative magazine full of learning and fun for today’s preschoolers and their parents! Bursting with lively photographs, engaging stories, and interactive picture games, each issue supplies you with fresh and imaginative teaching tools created by noted educators at National Geographic.

National Geographic Kids

A fact-filled, fast-paced magazine created especially for ages 6 and up. The articles entertain and inspire readers to learn about their world with amazing information about animals, science, technology, archaeology, geography, and pop culture, plus jokes, games, activities in every issue.

Sports Illustrated Kids

Delivers the excitement, passion, and fun of sports to kids, tweens and young teens in an action-oriented, authentic and interactive style. The authority on kids and sports, SI KIDS reflects the interests and humor of its audience.

Highlights for Children

Puzzles, science projects, jokes and riddles to challenge young minds, while characters in regular features like Hidden Pictures, The Timbertoes, Goofus and Gallant, and the Bear Family.

Michigan History for Kids

Aimed at children in third and fourth grades where state history is taught in Michigan schools.  This magazine goes beyond the textbooks exploring the history and heritage of all of Michigan’s peoples.

Jack & Jill

Award-winning Jack and Jill (ages 6-10) keeps kids entertained with engaging stories, challenging games, colorful comics, kid-centered interviews, recipes and crafts. Readers are also encouraged to share their creativity by submitting their own stories, poems, articles, jokes and drawings for publication.

Cricket

Cricket feeds the minds and imaginations of kids ages 9 – 14. Every issue of Cricket is filled with stories, poems, puzzles, recipes, and science and nature articles – all designed to stimulate the imagination and help young people discover and explore the world around them.

Dig Into History

Each issue focuses on an archaeological discovery or topic related to the issue’s theme. Ages 9 – 14

Muse

A children’s science magazine aimed at kids between the ages of 9 and 14 who love to learn about new things.

Stone Soup

A magazine of creative writing by children ages 8 to 13. Stories and poems written by kids, for kids, make Stone Soup unique. It inspires creativity.

American Girl

Created especially for girls age 8 and up, American Girl is an appealing, age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines. Features advice, crafts, contests, puzzles, games, giggles, and more!

Discovery Girls

A magazine created by girls, for girls ages 8-14, Discovery Girls gives girls advice, encouragement & inspiration. Plus each issue is packed with quizzes, embarrassing moments, contests, fashion and much more!

Ranger Rick

Ranger Rick is for children ages 7 and up. Each issue is packed with amazing facts, stunning photos and outdoor adventures that help kids sharpen reading skills and develop a deeper appreciation for nature. A Parent’s Choice Gold Award recipient.

Ranger Rick Jr.

Ranger Rick Jr. is for children aged 3 to 7 years. Filled with fun activities, simple stories and wild animals that the little ones love. Ranger Rick Jr. draws preschoolers closer to nature and gets them ready to read. Youngsters will enjoy the seasonal crafts, simple cooking recipes, fun games, and more.

Comic Books

Scooby Doo Where Are You?, Scooby Doo Team Up, Looney Toons, & Teen Titans Go! – All from DC Comics

Teen Magazines

Seventeen

A magazine for young women emphasizing fashion, beauty and lifestyle information, including health, food, careers, relationships, sports and entertainment.

Teen Vogue

A fashion magazine for teenagers who are passionate about style, the fashion industry, beauty, health, and entertainment news.

Game Informer

News, previews, reviews, and features on computer, mobile, social, and console video games including Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Wii, 3DS, DS, PC, Vita, iOS, Android, and PSP.

Mad Magazine

America’s longest-running humor magazine, continues its never-ending quest to poke fun at everything pop culture — from movies and music to parents and politics! J-14 – (Just For Teens) – Features articles, celebrity interviews with pictures, movies and TV show reviews and the latest fashion.
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