During the stay-at-home order, The TumbleBook Library is open to anyone, even if you don’t have a library card.
TumbleBooks is known for its collection of animated, talking picture books for kids. But TumbleBooks also features puzzles and games, language learning, educational videos, and read along books.
Read alongs are chapter books that help new readers by combining text with narration. So, as the name suggests, you can read along with the narrator. Sentences are highlighted as they are read and pages turn automatically so you’ll never lose your place.
Right now, I suggest you try reading along with The Wind in the Willows, one of the books selected for WE ALL READ, our community reading program which invites everyone in the Eisenhower community to read a book together and participate in virtual library events. Find out more about WE ALL READ.
Read along with The Wind in the Willows now.