Books and Reading
Kids & Teens E-Reading Room on Overdrive
Use your library card to check out ebooks, audiobooks, and even movies! Read them on a Nook, Kindle, laptop, desktop, tablet, or even your phone.
An online library of picture books and chapter books in a variety of languages.
Children's Book-A-Day Almanac
Looking for ideas on what to read? Try this site - there's a book review for every day of the year, plus some This Day in History information from the world of Children's Books.
Juvenile Series & Sequels Database
Can't remember or aren't sure which book is next in your favorite series? Check out this website.
Find this year’s list of Massachusetts Children’s Book Award nominees. You can also find the lists of past winners and nominees.
Looking for award winning titles? Find the list of winners for a variety of literary awards, including the Caldecott and Newbery Awards along with lists of notable books published each year.
Resources for Parents
American Library Association's Great Websites for Kids
A source for interesting, educational, and age-appropriate learning resources and games for kids.
The homepage for the Maynard Public Schools provides information regarding the curriculum and calendar at the Green Meadow School, Fowler School, and the High School, as well as links to classroom websites.
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Ben Franklin serves as the guide to American government. Information is grouped by grade level--K-12.
Browse links to educational information on a variety of topics such as arts, history, mathematics, and social studies. The site is organized by grades K-5 and 6-8, and educators/parents.
Presents kid-friendly resources for history, music, arts, language, and science.
Play educational games, watch PBS KIDS shows, and find activities like coloring and music.
Educational yet fun online games. Math, reading, and even typing games are available for children in preschool through fifth grade, as well as printable worksheets.