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Library Resources

Ludlow Elementary School Library

Subscription Databases for e-Books and Research

contact the school for the user names and passwords
Read an e-book online
Grolier GO
Grolier Go Encyclopedia
 America the Beautiful series about the 50 states
Resources for
Adults & Kids

 http://go.galegroup.com/ps/start.do?p=ITKE&u=vol_m86s&authCount=1      http://go.galegroup.com/ps/start.do?p=STOM&u=vol_m86s
Gale Databases: 
nonfiction resources
from noted publications
Scroll to this icon Biography in Context

Looking for a Good Book to Read - Click on the links below

5th & 6th Graders' DCF Wiki

5th & 6th Graders -  
Click above to access our Ludlow-Mt Holly DCF discussion site 

Read an e-book

Visit: Tumblebooks picture books, chapter books, nonfiction texts videos and games, accessible form any internet connected device.
Tumblebooksor check out the Library of Congress website www.Read.gov
For our older students: 
Each chapter is written by a different author from among the best in today's children's literature. 

or choose from Classic Books for younger and older students

at: Storyline Online you can listen to a story read to you by a famous actor!

ICDL - The International Children's Library provides books from around the world. http://en.childrenslibrary.org/

Favorite Authors and Illustrators

J.K. Rowling     Dr. Seuss     Jan Brett        Jeff Kinney        Roald Dahl

Not sure how to pronounce an author's name? Click below to find out:

Award Winners and Recommended Books

2017 Caldecott Medal Winner: 

Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean Michel Basquiat
by Javaka Steptoe

Cool New Books!

Publishing News about New Books, Series, & Authors

Fletcher Memorial Library

Fletcher Memorial Library
88 Main Street
Ludlow, VT 05149
Main:   802-228-8921  Youth: 802-228-3517

Youth Library Info & Events:  http://www.fmlnews.org/youth.html
Looking for a specific book? Check the Fletcher Memorial Library Catalog: 


Library web page created by: Julie Goraj 
Library Media Teacher, Ludlow Elementary School
last updated: August 31, 2017

contact: julie.goraj@trsu.org

Internet Instruction

PBS Kids provides a fun way to learn to safely navigate the virtual universe of the Internet.

Learn what it means to be a digital citizen at:
Quality Information Checklist

8 quick steps to check
information quality

Watch this video to learn more about Website Evaluation:

The Reference Shelf



Encyclopedias: Click on the links to: 
Worldbook, Grolier GO, Kids Infobits listed above
 and the search engines listed below:

On-line Libraries & Search Engines

These web sites will link you to sites on most any topic

 and they're created specifically for children.

Bibliography Citations

Curricular Resources

Nasa for Kids Kids Planet Animals  MBGnet:
of the World
 Vermont Critters
IPL2 Math & Science
321know.com Math Playground
coolmath4kids.com Ask Dr. Math 
Ict Games Apples 4 the Teacher Rekenweb FunBrainMath Forum

    The Arts & Recreation 

Fine Arts

Music : San Francisco Symphony Kids www.sfskids.org/
 National Gallery of Art www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/education/kids.htmlnga kids
Metropolitan Museum of Art-MetKids http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/metkids/

Sports Illustrated Kids www.sikids.com/    
U.S. Ski Team

Social Studies: The World

World FactBook     IPL Culture Quest   Say Hello to the World

Social Studies: Vermont and The United States 
for primary source resources: check out the 6th grade primary source resources listed above under Classroom Connections
Kids Page

Ben's Guide
to the U.S.
America's Story  
Library of Congress

America the Beautiful Grolier America the BeautifulUSHistory.org
Independence Hall Philadelphia

American Revolution Game & Info
 Colonial Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg