Children's resources

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Toy library

The Toy library is a great collection of toys, jigsaws and games for younger children, and includes some educational toys for older children too. Toy library membership is $34.00 (incl. GST) per family per annum, which allows each child in the family to borrow up to two toys at a time for a period of four weeks. Toy library membership is open to grandparents as well. You must be a member of Kiama Library to join the toy library.

 

 

Story Box

storyboxStory Box Library provides a vibrant, interactive experience via a diverse range of everyday Australian storytellers - sportspeople, musicians, grandparents, teenagers, comedians and actors - with varying accents and from different cultures - each sharing past and present book titles. 

Story Box Library is free for Kiama Library members.

Log on  to StoryBoxwith your library card.

 

 

E-books and e-audio

borrow-box-newRBdigital.jpgAccess our extensive collection of e-books and e-audio books for kids anytime, anywhere through BorrowBox and RB Digital. See oure-resourcespage for more information on how to get started.  

 

 

Britannica Library

Britannnica Kids.JPGBritannica Library Kids is developed specifially for children, enabling them to access age-appropriate content at their reading level (includes a read-aloud features ideal for struggling readers).

Students will find it easy to conduct research, complete homework assignments and work on special projects. Browse by subject or biography, compare countries, search the atlas or dictionary, and access thousands of images, videos and audio clips. The world is your oyster. 

Log on to Britannica Librarywith your Kiama Library card.

 

 

NSW Premier's Reading Challenge

prcThe reading challenge aims to foster a love of reading in students across a diverse range of quality literature. It is not a competition but a challenge to each student to read, to read more and to read more widely. Many of the Premier's Reading Challenge books are available at the library. 

The booklists are now available online.