Read Great Books, magazines and current events!
We Love to Read. Join our school Book Blog and talk about all the great books you've read. Remember to sign comments with your user name- keep your real identity private. Here are instructions for writing a review for the blog.
Reading Games at PBS Kids is great for young readers. As the story unfolds, they can click on a variety of items in the story to interact.
What Should I Read Next is a great site to help you find your next favorite book! Just type in your current favorite and it will bring back similar books for you to choose from.
Read magazine and newspaper articles online.
Kids Read Across Rhode Island
Kick Off celebration - May 19th
At the Rhode Island State House from 2:00 to 4:00.
Meet the Author and ask her to sign your free book (one per family).
Get suggestions on what to read based on your favorites.
Sites for Book Lovers
Check these out!
Do you like to be read to? Here's a link to Librivox. Librivox has all kinds of audiobooks online. Just choose a book and click on the link. Sit back and enjoy.
Want to know what other kids are reading?
Try Scholastic Stacks
Top 500 Poems
Poem Hunter has a lot of examples of poems for you to read. Check out this list of the top 500 poems.
_Warwick Public Library - Tons of great information and all the books in Rhode Island at your fingertips. Tumblebooks - Click on the Blue Rectangle from the Warwick Library page and read books right online!
Summer Reading Lists - Grade level lists at WPL for your summer reading!
Kanopy kids - video streaming from WPL. Includes public performance rights, so teachers can use with classes. Login with your WPL card number.
Tumble Books at the WPL. Use your library card number for access to a ton of great online stories.
AskRI Go to Novelist!
Click on your age range and check out cool titles.
The Caldecott Medal was named in honor of nineteenth-century English illustrator Randolph Caldecott.,[and is awarded annually] to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children." ASLC
"The Newbery Medal was named for eighteenth-century British bookseller John Newbery.,[and is awarded annually] to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children." ASLC
Rhode Island Children Book Award
The winner of the RICBA 2018 vote is Wish by Barbara O'Connor! 109 schools/libraries sent in 6,597 votes.
News online both local and global.
A new way to search for up to date news on the web. Check out this cloud arrangement for searching.
Daily grade span articles by the Smithsonian.
Below there is a direct link to ebooks in the Wyman library.
NEW! World Book has added eBooks to their website. Read great books online with Rhode Island's AskRI free service.
Mrs. Morrison found a great one for us. Sit back and watch as some great books are read to you.
Slime Kids was created by a Library Teacher. The site includes book reviews and book trailers, as well as games and more!
If you like reading book reviews by other kids, or if you like writing your own, check out Kidsmomo.
Good Reads has great lists of Best Books for 2017. You can even vote on next year's favorites.
Read the front page news from around the world!
Books in Series. Ever wonder which book in a series was first, which one to read next? This is the site to answer your questions.
Newsround - BBC news for kids. Includes current event, short videos.
Teaching Kids News - Teachable, readable news.
Using Google News aggregator this website visually represents up to the minute news on the Internet.
Mrs. P. Showcase
Another source for stories. Listen as Mrs. P. reads to you.
Book Trailers- M. Harclerode a Teacher Librarian has a great site with student book trailers for you to check out. Nice examples of what you can do too!
Help me grow an AnswerGarden. Add titles or subjects you think we should buy for the library. If you see one that's already in the word cloud that you like, click on it. I will be monitoring answers, so there will be a slight delay before you see the titles you add.