If you are looking for a great read, try these.**
To find the next book in a series or a sequel, try Series and Sequels.
If you want the human touch, call 914-591-7840 and ask for the Children’s Room, or come visit us.
ALA Great Web Sites for Kids selected by the American Library Association.
**Bookhive is a reader’s advisory for infants through sixth graders that can be searched by topic or reading level; includes materials for parents.
Berenstain Bears official site has fun activities and more.
Harry Potter fans try Mugglenet.
Random House publishes Junie B Jones, Magic Tree House series, Thomas the Tank Engine, Richard Scarry, Dr. Seuss and more! Activities, author spotlights, reviews and more!
Harper Collins Childrens publishes E. B. White, Maurice Sendak, Neil Gaiman and others.
Inkless Tales find a variety of stories, crafts, games, and poetry for young children. Also features an animated alphabet and build a beast! Book reviews and other cool links for kids.
**International Children’s Digital Library
**Irvington Public Library’s Teen page for Middle & High schoolers on Goodreads.
**Need help deciding what to read next? Try Kidsread.
Random House new releases, contests and games, and character e-cards.
Scholastic offers games, videos, reads and the latest news!
- PoissonRouge (fun games!)
- Crayola (coloring, make your own cards)
- NickJr (Dora, Blue’s Clues, little bill and more!)
- Bob the Builder (enjoy playing games with bob and his friends)
- Disney (explore creative and fun things to make and do!)
- KidsWB (Batman, Pokemon and many more shows!)
- Hotwheels (drive your way to fun with these cool car games!)
- Hasbro My Little Pony (print out coloring sheets, create dances and more!)
- Barbie (fun and games with Barbie and her friends)
- The Berenstain Bears (official website has fun activities and more)
- Cartoon Network (have fun and play with characters on CN!)
- Chesskids (learn to play chess!)
- Goodreads (looking for Middle School books? See our Teen page)
- Kids Discovery (puzzles, games, quizzes and videos while learning facts!)
- Mugglenet (for Harry Potter fans!)Randomhouse.com/kids (new releases, contests and games, and character e-cards)
- Time for Kids.com interactive e-magazine
- America’s Library (“See, hear and sing” from the Library of Congress)
- American Presidents
- BBC History for Kids
- Ben’s Guide to Government for Kids (arranged by grade levels)
- Kids.gov (The U.S. Government’s Official website for children and teens)
- National Geographic for Kids (explore countries and animals through educational games, videos and stories)
- Smithsonian for Kids (cultures and more)
- Bird Nature (nutty birdwatcher: information about birds living in the North East)
- National Geographic for Kids (animals, space and more)
- National Wildlife for Kids (find info about wildlife, global warming and nature. Play educational games!)