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For Kids    

Library Card Application   If your parents (or guardian) live, work, or own property in Ashtabula County, you can get a card from ACDL, even if you have one with another library.
Renew Your Books, etc.    As long as no one else has put the items on reserve, you can renew them online and avoid overdue fines.

Kids' Catalog   Find award-winning children's books, browse by subject area (animals, famous people, current events, etc.), and find great search tools for kids .  
Children's Activity Packets    Downloadable PDF's that contain interactive material for adults to share with children ages one to six years old.  Each packet focuses on a theme, such as Babies or Ducks, includes a finger-play, book suggestions, and a print-and-play craft or activity related to that topic.
BookFLIX    Kids books presented with full-motion video and audio, designed to help build stronger reading skills. Fun for kids by themselves, or kids with a helping grownup. 
Great Links for Kids    Mathematics and compuers, animals, the arts, history, science and more, assembled by the American Library Association. 
Cut-out Fun   The Smolen Covered Bridge, ACDL's Bookmobile, and a special library race car 
Search-a-saurus   Got a report to do for school? Try starting your research with a search engine designed for kids.
Student Resource Center     Another search engine, this one designed for middle- and junior-high school students.
World Book for Kids   Points the way toward just what you're looking for.
L'Encyclopédie Découverte    World Book Encyclopedia in French.
Enciclopedia Esudiantil Hallazgos    ...and in Spanish. 
World Book     The online version of the encyclopedia.
Merriam-Webster   A dictionary and a thesaurus, all in one place. 
What Is This?   "What's the Point?" will help you identify projectile points from ancient times. Likewise, "What Tree Is It?" and "What's that Snake?" can help you identify trees and snakes... whether for homework, or just for curiosity's sake.


Teachers & Home-schoolers:
Special Resources for You