Information for children in English and Spanish and available in audio. Other sections of their website have information for parent(s). 

At home access to this resource continues until the end of 2021. For genealogical research, with digitized images of the U.S. Federal Census from 1790 forward, the American Genealogical Biographical Index, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, and more. Log in with your library bar code. Link opens in a new tab or window.

Teaching code is teaching the language of technology, along with new ways to think and bring ideas to life. This page contains Apple programs to help you teach coding, whether you’re just starting or ready to get your students certified in Swift.

Videos and animated books about Animals and Nature, People and Places, ABC’s and 1, 2, 3’s, Family and Community, Music and Rhyme, Adventure, and more. Enjoy read aloud with words highlighting and interactive games. Some films and books are available in Spanish too! See a full list here.

A free computer science curriculum from Google that makes coding easy to teach and fun to learn.

 Access to General Chemistry & Organic Chemistry study guides, exercises, and practice tests.

Build a career. Gain a skill. Learn a computer language. Explore related subjects.

A project in Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science (SCS) with the goal of developing a novel, world-class, online, interactive high school computer science curriculum that is entirely free.

A resource for teachers, parents, and caregivers with suggested reading lists and an online game to introduce caregivers and their preschool children to engaging online resources to strengthen early literacy, math, and science skills.

Duolingo exists so that everyone can have a chance to learn a new language. Free language education – no hidden fees, no premium content, just free.

Day by day craft ideas, math and science activities, book suggestions, and more, that help promote early literacy.

A simple and fun way to introduce students to computer science, and it fits perfectly for both in-class and after-school settings. Try a one-hour tutorial designed for all ages in over 45 languages. Join millions of students and teachers in over 180 countries starting with an Hour of Code.

Each year students across Pennsylvania participate in choosing the Keystone to Reading Book Award winners

Be a Judge! This year, Delaware County Libraries will be awarding a Mock Ezra Jack Keats Award. Find out all about it here. We need your vote!

Includes fiction authors, titles and themes for students in grades K-8, with "read alike" suggestions. Full text reviews from professional journals and book talks for selected titles. 

Though the Delaware County Libraries are closed, the staff are making sure children and families are getting their storytime fix! Click here for virtual storytimes, online read-alounds, a link to ASL stories, as well as a link to the libraries' virtual events.

Download free eBooks from Open Library, an initiative of the Internet Archive. Parents, teachers and students, see the K-12 collection.

The PA Center for the Book sponsors several literary awards and events, and develops a wide range of educational content across multiple media to connect with its broad audience and to celebrate PA’s continued contributions to culture and literature.

The Pennsylvania Young Reader's Choice Award is sponsored by the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association. The purpose of the award is to promote the reading of quality books by young people in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to promote teacher and librarian involvement in children's and young adult literature, and to honor authors whose works have been recognized by the students of Pennsylvania.

The Picture Perfect STEM and Picture Perfect Science Lessons were developed by Emily Morgan and Karen Ansberry to help those working with elementary students integrate science and reading in a kid-friendly way. Use this brochure to see what is available in print or electronic format and to learn about the kits that are available to be booked by your local librarian.

Here you will find poetry resources for home and classroom, including information about the Young Poets Competition that runs February through May.

Participating in the DCIU's Reading Olympics Competition through your school? We have the books you need!

A variety of organizations coming together to provide our youth and families with innovative learning experiences, from May 12-23.

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