Need homework help? Our free premium resources can help you ace your next report. Find homework help.
BTW, we also offer helpful resources for parents, homeschoolers and teachers – including recommended reading materials for the Common Core Ohio Learning Standards. Find helpful resources for parents & teachers.
See the 2017 (American Library Association) ALA top award winners listed below...
by John Lewis and Andrew Aydin
by Javaka Steptoe
by Kelly Barnhill
by Juana Medina
by Glenn Ringtved
by Laurie Keller
by Cathy Camper
by Jeff Zentner
by Gavriel Savit
by Jason Reynolds
by Jen Bryant
by Emery Lord
by Pamela S. Turner
by Mike Twohy
by Brendan Wenzel
by Neal Shusterman
by Margarita Engle
by Lauren Wolk
View more events
This award-winning educational site provides fun learning activities for kids ages 2 to 6+ years old. (Firefox or Chrome browser recommended)
In library access only.
Listen and read along to children’s animated, talking picture books. Learn your ABCs and 123s through fun interactive games and puzzles. Includes eBook titles for iPad.
Watch and listen to classic children’s storybooks, practice your ABCs and explore the power of imagination with our premium resource, BookFLIX. For children in pre-K to third grade and their parents.
Time to prep for college? Strengthen your SAT, ACT and writing skills at one of our FREE college prep programs at a branch near you.
Take a free Ohio driver’s permit practice test and see if you're ready for the real thing.
Free and interactive.
Think you’ve got game? Prove it at one of our Got2Play gaming programs.
Gaming at the Library
Whoooo's Ready for School? Kindergarten readiness at the Library this summer.
Our new OverDrive eReading Room features great titles for kids (and teens!) to enjoy.
Check out our FREE eBook collection
Free homework help at any one of our 10 Homework Centers, in session through May.
Locate a Homework Center
Join us for programs geared for children and pre-teens with special needs (and their families).
At select branches: register online
Teens! Enter our baking contest for students in grades 6-12 for a chance to win a Kindle Fire!
Read contest details.
Struggling with reading? Parents+kids in grades 1-3 can get help at the Library.
At select branches. Register online.
Students in grades 7-12! Check out the educational programs and opportunities available from the state.