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Posted on: June 28, 2011

[ARCHIVED] Library Offers New Children's Reading Program

We have a fun, new online reading program that you and your children can access from home or the library! The program, BookFlix, pairs classic video storybooks such as "Click Clack Moo!", with related nonfiction online eBooks to build a love of reading and learning. This is for children in grades PreK-3 and will help early readers develop and practice essential reading skills. It introduces kids to a world of knowledge and exploration.

Your children can access BookFlix from any County library computer or from home. If using the program from home, you will need a library card.

BookFlix includes:

95 classic video storybooks each paired with a related nonfiction eBook.
Spanish language versions of 27 pairs.
Read-aloud supports so children can hear each book narrated and also hear
definitions of key words and directions for each activity.
Educational games and activities so children can show what they have learned.> Safe, age-appropriate web links selected by Scholastic’s editors so kids can extend
their learning on a topic.
Meet the author section to learn more about the author of each fiction book.

To checkout Bookflix, go to the Library website, at and click on the link.

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