Library Resources for Your Young Reader
1000 Books Project
If you are a parent or guardian of a Preschool (4 years and up), Kindergarten or 1st Grade student, you and your child are invited to ...more
Second and 3rd Grade students can check out Read-at-Home Backpacks. Each backpack contains an age-appropriate book in both English and Spanish that you can read with your ...more
Books for Checkout
Please print the Parent Library Card Form, complete it and bring it to your child's school library if you would like to check out books on behalf of your Kindergarten or First Grade student. That way he or she will have books to read at home, if you choose not to participate in the 1000 Books Project.
Ebooks and Audiobooks: Your child can also access ebooks and audiobooks from any internet connected device. Search the library OPAC to find out what is available by following these English or Spanish instructions.
Articles and Links about Reading
- Reading Tips for Parents is a link to Reading Rockets Parent web page with tips in English and other languages including Spanish.
- This is a link to Parent Resources from the International Reading Association to help parents as they take on their critical role as their children’s first and most important teachers.
- The U.S. Department's publication Helping Your Child Become A Reader is available in both English and Spanish.