What to Read

Visit the digital collection for kids in the eReading Room

Visit the digital collection for kids in the eReading Room

  • Check out library eBooks from the Kids' eReading Room with your eReader card (available at the front desk). 

  • AR (Accelerated Reader) Book Finder by subject and level  **This is not the library catalog. To check which books we have in Hancock County libraries, use the library catalog

  • Between the Lions: Get wild about reading  with games, stories, and videos

  • Guys Read: Book recommendations and more

  • K-5 Book Lists: Recommendations by grade and subject/genre

  • The Stacks: Find new books to read, watch interviews with authors, or discuss your favorite books and authors with others on the site's message boards – from Scholastic 

  • Stone Soup: stories, poems and art by kids 

Art & Music

  • BCya Paint: Online painting site.  Draw, paint, and color your own images or coloring pages

  • Crayola Play Zone: Fun creative tools like story studio, tracing sheet designer, a tool to turn pics into line drawings so you can color them, and games

  • Crayola Coloring Pages: Hundreds of free pages to print out and color, featuring themes like holidays, Disney, and plants & animals

  • Hero Machine: Create your own superhero by choosing from hundreds of different combinations of body parts, costumes, and more


  • Fact Monster: Interesting trivia about a variety of subjects, plus homework help in math, science, geography, history, language arts and social studies

  • Fun Brain: Lots of fun games, plus free books and comics to read

  • Funology: Never be bored again with this site full of crafts, recipes, science experiments, magic tricks, games, jokes, and facts

  • Lego Games: Action, strategy, adventure and creative games.

  • PBS Kids: Games, videos, cartoon studio and writing contest

  • Primary Games: Play hundreds of fun games, including puzzle games, math games, classic arcade games like Pacman and Space Invaders, and many more

  • SciGames: Build or blow up a solar system, deflect an asteroid, and other science games from the Space Science Institute. Also has apps and educator links.

  • Sesame Street: Games, videos, Muppets & art

  • Seussville: Create a Who, play games, watch videos and search Dr. Seuss books

Homework Help - all subjects

Language Arts

Places to Visit

Science & Math

Social Studies