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The Virtual TMC

A guide to accessing curricular resources online

Virtual Children's Books

 Children reading a tablet

The following are resources that can help you access children's ebooks. You'll want to dig around: You may have to search in more than one place to find what you need.

Explore other libraries for more! Your local public library can also be a resource for online materials, so you may want to search that in addition to these resources. New York State residents can apply for a New York Public Library card to access ebooks, including many picture book titles.

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Some children's ebooks are available in Memorial Library's ONESearch and other databases. This section includes tutorial information for how to access those materials, along with examples.

Sample ebooks from the collection:

Following are a few examples of children's books in ebook format that are available through ONESearch. Most of the available items are nonfiction and biographies, but are specifically collected to address topics of high demand and popularity.

A few examples of available series:

An open book with a dragon, castle, and knight popping from the pages.

In this section, you'll find online storytimes, including both video and audio readings.

Explore Youtube for more! Many teachers, librarians and other educators often create video read alouds of various popular and new children's books. Search for a book by title in Youtube and see what comes up.