Tumblebook Library is an easy-to-use online resource to educate and entertain children.
The read-along functionality can also be useful for adults who are learning to read English.
Click here to visit our E-resources for Parents and Children page, where you will find more information and links to Tumblebook Library.
We hope to see any keen readers over 10 years old at Margaret River Library on Monday 25th March at 4.30 for a chat about all things bookish, a little quiz, chances to win a book voucher and a fun challenge for the month.
BBC’s MUZZY helps young children to learn Italian, French, Spanish, Korean, Chinese or German – and is free for all library members.
Have your library card handy and click here to go to our Online resources for parents and children page, where you will find more information and a handy link to the site.
All library members have free access to Britannica Library, which can be searched according to the user’s age group, ensuring results are suitable for all stages of learning.
With Britannica, students can be confident that the information is up-to-date and reliable – and teachers are happy to see Britannica used as a reference.
To use our handy link to Britannica Library, have your library card handy and click here to go to our Online resources for parents and children page.
Alternatively, you can find the same link at our Lifelong Learning page.
Swopbots and Rainforest coding are 2 online resources that teach kids how to code in a fun and entertaining way.
Access is free for library members. Have your card handy and click here to go to our Online resources for parents and children page, where you’ll find more information and handy links to the sites.
…and if they love coding, they’ll probably enjoy CoderDojo, a coding club for Ninjas aged 7-17 years, hosted at the Margaret River Library on Fridays after school. Click here for more details about how to join the Margaret River CoderDojo.