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  Welcome To The Children's Web Site Area.

 Richmond Public Library is dedicated to offering resources and programs for children, their parents, and their caregivers that are focused on helping children in the Richmond area enter school ready to learn and succeed academically. Please browse through these pages for more information, including homework help websites, recommended reading lists, regularly scheduled events at the library, and safe online games for kids.


Try these online story sites for interactive fun...

  • Children’s Storybooks Online
    This collection of online stories is perfect for parents reading at storytime and read-alone beginning readers.
  • International Children’s Digital Library
    This collection of over 3000 children’s books features stories in 15 languages in a kid-friendly reading format.
  • Reading is Fundamental: Books to Read
    You and your child can listen and read along to books and stories that are perfect for babies through preschoolers.
  • Starfall
    Starfall guides students from learning the alphabet to early reading and beyond. The four sections include videos, guided stories, and a selection of stories featuring comics, plays, folk tales, and more!
  • Storyline Online
    At Storyline Online you can listen to Screen Actors Guild members read children's books aloud, accompanied by the book illustrations.
  • StoryPlace: The Children’s Digital Library
    StoryPlace has online stories, activities, and reading lists in both English and Spanish.
  • TumbleBook Library                                                                                                                                                                           TumbleReadables database is an online collection of ebooks, early readers, read-along chapter books and graphic novels, which are the next step for students who have enjoyed TumbleBooks and have now progressed in their reading.     
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