The Agawam Public Library Children’s Department is currently displaying a new collection of books on CD generously funded by donations from Vermette Auto Body, 223 Garden Street, Feeding Hills, MA. The donation has made it possible for the library to update with new technology that allows children and teens to listen to books while reading along or traveling in cars.
ACCELERATED READER LIST FOR GRADES K-6 http://www.arbookfind.com/default.aspx
NEW BOOKS ARCHIVES - Old lists of newer books.
BOOKS TO READ - Read stories about other people's lives, see pictures of distant lands, let your imagination grow!
DISCOVERY LEARNING KITS
The Agawam Public Library was awarded a Federal LSTA Grant for the purpose of creating Discovery Kits to support children's learning and the school curriculum. The Discovery Kits will available for teachers to borrow from the library and use in their classrooms. Mini kits based on the same themes wil be available for individual parents, students, and homescoolers to borrow. These kits are Federally funded with LSTA funds through the MA Board of Library Commissioners.
Take a look at the kits online! Click on the picture below for more and larger pictures pictures of the Discovery Kits!
CHILDREN'S POLICIES - Read this for ways to keep your children safe in the library.
DATABASES - Find full-text magazine and newspaper articles, books, dictionaries, information on 1 million different people, and help on finding a good book to read.
HOMEWORK HELP - We can point you in the right direction to get the facts you need - history, science, literature - and math!
JUST FOR FUN - All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Do we have fun for you? You bet we do!
SEARCH ENGINES - You're sitting in front of the world's largest encylclopedia. What do you want to find out today?
BOOK REVIEW FORM
Have you read a good book lately or has someone read a good book to you lately? Share it with others! Click on book review, print and fill out the form, and drop it off at the library. It will be posted on to Agawam Public Library's blog.