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PreK-12 E-Books and Related Resources for Virtual Learning: Home
UW-W Libraries currently subscribe to numerous higher education and academic e-book platforms. This supplements those with access to selections for younger readers.
A collection of animated, talking picture books with fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles, read-alongs, videos (from National Geographic), puzzles & games, and resources for teachers and students. TumbleBooks are created from existing picture books which are licensed from children's book publishers.
A collection of animated, talking picture books with fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles, read-Alongs, videos from National Geographic, puzzles & games, and resources for teachers and students. Books are created from existing picture books which are licensed from children's book publishers.
PreK-Grade 6 teachers and librarians create a free login using a Google account. "Epic Free—which offers students up to 2 hours of after-school reading a week—will be ending on July 22, . At that time, those with Epic Free accounts will transition to Epic Basic accounts, which gives them access to 1 book a day, every day. This change will not impact students’ access to Epic School during regular school hours."
To access the app, educators sign up and receive codes for their students. Using those codes, students can download the free Open eBooks app to mobile devices and access a library of eBooks for K-12. Only accessible to patrons using K12 school district Google account or similar. See eligibility https://www.fbmarketplace.org/eligibility-faqs/
UW-System Account for ebooks and audiobooks. Add this to your public library Libby account for more titles. FILTER by Audience, Grade Level, and ATOS. Sign-In to see our content. see this guide for more information.
Partial funding provided by UW System Shared Electronic Collection.
Provided by Jessie Ammons, MSLIS
UW Oshkosh Libraries
Additional Ebooks for PreK-12
Do you need help locating a specific title or author in ebook format? Try browsing a few of the resources below, first. Then contact the Reference Librarian or use the Ask a Librarian Chat in the help boxes on this page.
Do you have feedback or comments regarding the resources below? Which of these do you find easiest to use? What ebook titles and genres are you most likely to use for yourself, your students, or lesson planning? Please email the Education Librarian your comments.
Authentic decodable books and comprehensive, evidence-based foundational skills and close reading instruction for pre-K through grade 3, or for intervention Free use extended (again) through the upcoming 2021-2022 school year
-- unlimited access* to read books online from any device.
-- no limit to the number of users
-- titles enter and exit the digital stream regularly, so there are always new picks available (NOTE: This may mean that you might not find a title you accessed previously.)
-- Create an account to read online
-- "a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed"
--As of June 16, 2020, books in the National Emergency Library are available to one borrower at a time using controlled digital lending