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A Book and a Hug 

Kids ages 9 and up can take the Reader Assessment to find out what kind of reading personality they have, then, get a list of titles compiled just for them.  Author/illustrator interviews, books by country.

eReading Room for Kids r-11

eBooks are not just for adults! Kids can browse, sample, place holds and borrow eBooks and other media appropriate for their age range and reading level in the Download Destination eReading Room for Kids.

Check out and download free ebooks, eaudiobooks and streaming video with your RTDL card.

Need help?  Visit the Getting Started page at overdrive.help.com for videos and step-by-step instructions.

*Available through the Redford Township District Library 

NoveList K-8 Plus mel tiny

Created especially for kids and the adults who work with them, Novelist K-8 Plus is an online database of reading recommendations which encourages reader success. Featuring an easy-to-use interface, kids can use Novelist K-8 Plus to find just the right books for their reading levels and interests. 

*Available through funding from the State of Michigan 

Read It! mel tiny
Full Text

Designed for middle school students who have a basic foundation in English grammar and reading but need adapted reading material for a variety of subjects. Offers resources to help build background knowledge, conduct research, and improve study skills.

*Available through funding from the State of Michigan

TumbleBookLibrary r-11

TumbleBookLibrary is an online collection of animated, talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading in a format they'll love.  Just click on the the TumbleBooks icon to get started!

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World Book's Early World of Learning mel tiny

Content for emergent readers in preschool, Kindergarten, and early elementary ages. Helps young learners build vocabulary, comprehension, phonics and reading fluency. Read-aloud narration of classic stories, nursery rhymes, interactive games, and original videos. "Treks Travels" offers narrated stories in English and Spanish. "Welcome to Reading" provides 48 stories in four progressive Lexile levels to aid skill development. "Know It" includes visual non-fiction topics for early learners. "Print and Do" activities reinforce developmental themes within the site.

*Available through funding from the State of Michigan

Home Kids Kids' Reading

Library Hours

Monday
11-12
10 00 am - 8 30 pm
Tuesday
11-13
10 00 am - 8 30 pm
Wednesday
11-14
10 00 am - 8 30 pm
Thursday
11-15
10 00 am - 8 30 pm
Friday
11-16
10 00 am - 5 00 pm
Saturday
11-17
10 00 am - 5 00 pm
Sunday
11-18
12 00 pm - 5 00 pm