Asl Library Resources with images of a book with a child riding a dragon and a screenshot of librarian sitting next to white board with ASL interpreter in smaller screen

American Sign Language (ASL) Resources and Programs

We have many ASL resources available online and for checkout in the Youth Accessibility Support Collection.

 
Explora Database

Youth Database Spotlight: Explora!

Are you a curious researcher in middle school who wants to know more about the library’s digital resources–and get entered in a drawing for a chance to win a prize? Check out this video to learn about a scavenger hunt you can do at home with Explora! https://vimeo.com/485565929 Photos or scans of completed scavenger hunts should be emailed to askyouth@btpl.org by December 22….

 
Pebblego

Database Highlight: PebbleGo

PebbleGo is an early literacy resource for children in preschool through 3rd grade who are just learning how to read. There is a listening option where Pebble Go will read the passage to you. There is a search function to quickly find what you are looking for, or you can click through pictures to browse available topics. Available are two modules: animals and social studies,…

 
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….

 

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