November 9th, we will explore a variety of digital resources provided by Atlanta Fulton Library System (AFPLS) designed for every age group from preschool to upper elementary and middle school. The most inclusive of these resources may be found on Galileo, the state university system’s sponsored site complete with hundreds of databases. The purpose of this page is to provide a road map for parents to choose where to consult resources appropriate for their children.
|Miss Humblebee’s Academy||Preschool through kindergarten||Basic early learning concepts; numbers, letters, songs, etc|
|World Book Online||Early learning through middle school||Excellent basic research tool and early learning tool for all ages. Sign up and register using your library card number.|
|Tumblebooks||Early elementary through middle school||Tumblebooks is available through the library and in all APS-Fulton County School Systems. These are read along or independent titles of reviewed children’s literature. This resource is also available via iPad and students may plug in headphones and listen as words are highlighted along with the text.|
|Novelist Reader’s Advisory||Two forms for K-8th grade and plus for adults||Novelist is an excellent resource for those of you who wish to find appropriate reading material, reviews, series order, and even describing a plot to derive a list of books that fit your search criteria.|