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Join Teton County Library in celebrating our 75th year as a public library! Our official birthday is in January, but we’ll keep the revelry going all year round, with monthly themes that spotlight and celebrate what the library and community offer to one another.

Below, find fun online resources and books to explore based on this month’s theme. Enjoy!

Online Resources

  • Story Blocks

    Get your child ready to read! Watch short videos modeling songs, rhymes, and fingerplays. Each video includes helpful early literacy tips and is sorted by age groups (babies, toddlers, and preschoolers).
  • http://www.storyblocks.org/
  • The Story Home

    This site that provides original and classic children’s audio stories for free. Find classic, originals, podcasts, featured authors, holiday stories, animal stories, storytelling tips and more on this fun filled site.
  • http://thestoryhome.com/
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  • Story Nory

    Online audio stories that are free to download. You will find a mixture of new stories, fairy tales, and specially adapted myths and histories, and poetry.
  • www.storynory.com
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Books

  • The best story
  • Author:Eileen Spinelli ; illustrations by Anne Wilsdorf.
  • Summary:When a contest at the local library offers a prize for the best story, a girl tries to write one using her family’s suggestions, but her story does not seem right until she listens to her heart.
  • Call #: J PICTURE SPINELLI E
  • S is for story : a writer’s alphabet
  • Author:Esther Hershenhorn
  • Summary:Writer’s tips and inspiring quotes from award-winning authors dot the entries. All facets of being and becoming a writer at any level are introduced in rhyme and explained in simple text.
  • Call #: J PICTURE HERSHENHORN E
  • Drop Everything and write
  • Author:Linda Leopold Strauss
  • Summary:Drop everything and write! : an easy breezy guide for kids who want to write a story.
  • Call #:J 808.02 STRAUSS L
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Online Databases

The Library’s databases are fun and helpful, but you need a password to access them.
If you know the password, or are using a computer inside the library, link to any of the databases below and sign in.

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Encyclopedia Britannica

EBSCO

Novelist

Local Schools

Jackson Hole School District Media Centers

Journeys School

Jackson Hole Community School

PowerSchool

Homework Tools

Dictionaries

Calculator

Maps

News

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