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Week 3: Online Storybook Creator

This week’s resource is a web-based storybook creator, replete with graphics, character design, text effects, scenes, soundtracks, and more! Kids can start with a blank slate or a ready-made story idea, and the eBook they create—whether on their own or in collaboration with others—can blend text, images, and even voice recordings. It’s free to set up an account, create storybooks, and share them online, though if you want to print any resulting books or download finished content there’s a reasonable cost. Whether a young person has a story idea in mind or is looking for a spark to get them started, this is a wonderful way to inspire creativity and promote literacy.

 
 

 
 

Week 2: Rhymes and Beats from Drs. Seuss & Dre

Dr. Seuss loved zany combinations, though never would he have imagined his classic rhymes being combined with the classic beats of Dr. Dre!  Yet combined they are, and the result is truly marvelous.  As we celebrate youth-oriented poetry this week, may young and old alike flow with the synergy that surges where two “doctors” meet.

 
 

Week 1: The Pima County E-Library

Not surprisingly, The Pima County Public Library–our featured partner this week–has some wonderful online resources that present a range of ways to engage with books.

  • Want to check out an eBook or AudioBook, or share a Read-Along picture book with a child? Then dive into Overdrive, along with Libby–the Overdrive app that provides easy access to anything you check out.
  • Want to stream a wide range of movies, many of which are based on books? Then peruse Kanopy for some “thoughtful entertainment.”

 

All accessible for FREE with your Pima County Public Library Card.  Don’t have one?   You can get one by phone or email!
 
 

 

 

 


 

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