Welcome to Eureka Heights Library Online!
A Great Book Fair is headed your way Feb. 23 - March 2. Scholastic brings us lots of great books. Check out this page to preview all the fun!
Highlights and author interviews too_
Please enjoy the following that explains how a your Book Fair helps develop stronger reading skillls
You may search our school library catalog from home just like you do when you come into the library.
Here are some great reading links......
Reading Calendar - http://pbskids.org/island/activities/
Reading is Fun! http://www.rif.org/
Taylor Public Library - http://www.taylor.lib.mi.us/
What should I read next? Here's a site that you can put in a book you like and it will give you similar books.
National Geographic for Kids - People and Places section, Animals, Activities, Stories and other educational links. This is a learning site up there with the best of them.
Funbrain - A hybrid educational/entertainment site, Funbrain disguises learning through fun, interactive games like Grammar Gorillas and Math Baseball. You’ll also find Web books and comics, like Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
Funolgy - Jokes (“Why did the cow cross the road? To get to the udder side.”); boredom busters like arts and crafts projects; games; magic tricks; wacky facts; and more make up this universe of pure childish fun.
Seussville - Random House publishing has taken Seuss’s teachings to the web, and developed a wonderfully interactive site for kids to explore. With links to videos, games, and Seuss’ classic books,
Lawrence Hall of Science - Answering complex scientific questions in a simple, engaging, and child-friendly manner.
Play "Lightning Librarian" - Help Lydia the Librarian find books for the kids before they get upset and leave! The better your memory the better you’ll do at Lightning Librarian.
Great Scholastic site - Play fun in "The Stacks"