A strong reader is set up to succeed.

Developing a love of reading doesn’t happen overnight. Let us help with programs and services that make reading fun.

  • Readers who read for fun are usually stronger readers
  • Reading skills strengthen the ability to learn across all academic subjects, not just reading
  • And equally important, reading books, especially fiction, fosters emotional development and empathy

OverDrive Ebooks and Audiobooks for Kids
Browse by recommended books or grade level and take your books, audiobooks and comics on the go.

Check out the Hoopla Kids Mode to find video, music and books for younger audiences.

Strengthen early reading skills with animated, read-along ebooks. Recommended for children ages three to eight, you’ll find paired fiction and nonfiction books on topics for every interest.

Access hundreds of K-12 ebooks and audiobooks from your computer or tablet with any internet browser. Email reading recommendations
Answer six simple questions about books (or audiobooks) and authors you enjoy and we’ll email you five recommendations selected just for you.

Recommended Reads for Kids
Captivating books to read for fun, selected by our librarians.

Have Questions?
How can I find books for leveled reading programs, like Accelerated Reader?

The advanced search in our catalog has filters for AR Bookfinder, Lexile and Reading Counts, which will let you search by a specific reading level and library location. They're also listed in the catalog record details for most titles.

Can I bring my dog to Read to a Dog?

We ask that you leave pets at home. We partner with Lend A Heart and other local nonprofit organizations to offer our programs with specially trained and certified therapy dogs (and a few good bunnies).

Does my library branch offer Read to a Dog or tween book club?

You can see which libraries offer these programs with our event search tool. If a library near you doesn’t offer this program, talk to your librarian or contact us to let us know you’d be interested.

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