Owl Reading

Story Time and Other Early Literacy Resources Online

Looking for online resources to keep your kids engaged with literacy while at home? Check out these resources!

Login to these story time resources with your Bloomfield Township Library Card:

  • Kanopy: Check out story time on the Kanopy Kids page.
  • Check out the interactive stories and activities on TumbleBooks and BookFlix found on our Youth Database Books &
 
Coronavirus Social Story

Social Narrative for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Use this social narrative from The Autism Educator, Amanda McGuinness, to help explain the Coronavirus (COVID-19) with visuals.

Social narrative in PDF

 
Tumblebooks

Tumble Book Library

During this difficult time, we wanted to remind you that Tumble Book Library  includes unlimited and unrestricted access from the comfort and safety of home, 24/7.

You can access Tumble Books from our library website by going to Research and selecting Youth Databases, and then selecting Books and Recommendations. Or you can click here for Tumble Book Library….

 

WHAT WE’RE READING, LISTENING TO, AND WATCHING

  • Basketball with face of the author, title Dragon Hoops by Gene Luen Yang
    Dragon Hoops
  • Four happy dogs are gathered outdoors, with a fifth brooding from the shadows and a cat peeking out from a window in a nearby house.
    Secondhand Dogs
  • Book cover displaying Navajo boy with his grandmother in front of campfire. A cloud shaped like a creature can be seen in the sky.
    Healer of the Water Monster
  • Book cover displaying young person leaning pensively over an apartment balcony railing.
    Sunny Days Inside
  • A Single Stone book cover. Image of seven people digging under a mountain.
    A Single Stone
  • Paper Heart By Cat Patrick Yellow Heart With Blue Shadow Of A Girl Standing On The Left Curve Of The Heart
    Paper Heart
  • Stella Book Jacket - Girl Hugging Beagle dog in front of a tree
    Stella
  • Hideandseeker
    Hide and Seeker
  • Howtobee
    How to Bee
  • Inkling
    Inkling
  • Placeatthetable
    A Place at the Table
  • Strays
    Strays Like Us