Even when our physical building is closed, the Hudson Library (HLHS) has a wealth of learning and entertainment opportunities for kids and families. Here is a list of our most popular services and databases for kids and teens:
Tumble Book Library: Online ebooks website for kids, including storybooks, chapter books, graphic novels, nonfiction, puzzles, and games.
Tumble Math: Fun math-based ebook storybooks and quizzes for kids, with a variety of searchable math concepts.
OverDrive: Ebooks, audiobooks, and streaming video, with selections for all ages.
OverDrive Kids: Ebooks and audiobooks for kids.
Hoopla: Movies, music, and ebooks for all ages.
World Book Online: Encyclopedia, dictionary, multimedia, ebooks, and research material.
Early World of Learning: Common Core and state standards in an engaging, playful, and interactive site, with games, videos, stories, and activities for emergent learners.
World Book Kids: A colorful and engaging multimedia environment for elementary-aged children that includes STEAM-based content along with articles, games, and projects.
World Book Ebooks: More than 2500 ebooks (fiction, nonfiction, plays, and poems) with both classic literature and exclusive content for students. (Follow the link, and choose the ebooks icon.)
Teen Book Cloud: Fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, videos, and audiobooks for teens.
Gale Virtual Reference Library: A database of literary and specialized research content for students (use password: clevnet).
Kids InfoBits (Gale): Age-appropriate curriculum-related content for many educational subjects for elementary-aged students.
Flipster: The most popular digital magazines.
RBdigital Magazines: World’s largest newsstand with full-color digital magazines.
Stingray Qello: Watch a large selection of full-length films and music documentaries (must have a free RBdigital account).