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Free kids eBooks for summer reading

Capstone Digital and the Indiana Department of Education's Hoosier Family of Readers is giving you access to the largest collection of digital books called myON!

Explore this library of enhanced digital books with professionally-recorded audio, text highlighting, and an embedded dictionary to support student reading at all levels.

With myON books, every student can have access to more than 7,000 diverse titles, which they can rate, review, record in their own book lists, and recommend to others. The myON platform allows students to take ownership of their reading interests and literacy growth.

Through the Hoosier Family of Readers you will be provided FREE access to myON books this summer. myON will provide you with thousands of enhanced digital books that can be read anytime, anywhere there is an Internet connection.  myON is also mobile on the iPAD, Android Devices, Kindle Fire HD as well as Chrome books.

To get started and access myON, please follow the steps below:

  1. Go to www.hoosierfamilyofreaders.com
  2. Click on the...
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During the school year there are lots of ways to stay involved with the library, and have fun with friends outside of school.

No matter what your age or reading level, there are reading programs at the library that meet the whole year long.

Check out our storytime page to find a program that you might like to join.

 

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