While the library is closed, our website gives you the world at your fingertips. We’ve added this page of additional resources that you and your family can use to connect with books and discovery during this time.
McPherson Public Library Storytimes
Miss Jennifer and Miss Liz have been busy recording video of storytimes that you can access any time.
A list of various educational resources for your kids that are offering their services for free.
Scholastic Learn at Home
Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Children’s eBooks for kids in Kindergarten through sixth grade.
A database of math eBooks for kids in Kindergarten through sixth grade.
Read, Wonder, and Learn!
An amazing collection of favorite authors and illustrators sharing resources selected by Kate Messner.
The Spanish Experiment
Stop by the Spanish Experiment for some wonderful children’s stories that have been translated into Spanish.
HarperKids on Youtube
Enjoy some read-alouds from some of your favorite children’s authors and meet some new favorites!
Kids Ask Authors podcast with Grace Lin: “Going to be homeschooling the next couple of weeks? We are! Want a way to motivate your kids to write? Have them submit their book review, poem, short story or joke to Kids Ask Authors podcast.” Three episodes a week!
Oliver Jeffers is reading weekdays at 1 p.m.
KidLit TV Read Out Loud
Explore and enjoy a collection of children’s authors and illustrators reading out loud.
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems!
Every weekday at Noon and draw along with Mo while he answers questions.
Jarret J. Krosoczka
Join the Author/Illustrator of the awesome “Lunch Lady” series for his YouTube series “Draw Every Day with JJK”-weekdays at 1 p.m.
Join this award-winning children’s songwriter with “At Home with Emily Arrow”-weekdays at noon.
Teen Book Cloud
A database of teen eBooks for grades 7 through 12.
eBooks for all ages.
National Emergency Library
A collection of eBooks that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while libraries are closed.