West Bloomfield Township Library
The West Bloomfield Township Public Library is a place where everyone in our community can explore, discover, learn and grow.
Learn from Home with Resources from the eLibrary
The Library’s Learning Resource Center helps match learners of all ages with ways to learn, practice and improve skills. Find subject-specific resources for grade levels from kindergarten through high school. Explore hundreds of topics with independent, self-paced courses for teens and adults from Gale Courses and Lynda. Explore all that’s available.
Use BookFLIX to helps early readers in grades Pre K – 3 develop and practice essential reading skills while building real-world knowledge. This online resource pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to teach comprehension, vocabulary and other important skills. Educational activities and games reinforce skills and extend the learning experience.
TumbleBooks are online fiction and nonfiction eBooks with animation, music and narration for students in kindergarten through 5th grade. This online resource comes with lesson plans that parents can use.
TumbleMath is an online collection of math picture books with animation, narration and sound for students in kindergarten through 6th grade.
TumbleMath comes with lesson plans, instructional videos, educational games, plus quizzes to test and track progress. Categories include counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, word problems, geometry, fractions, place value, measurement, probability, division, graphing and finance.
TeenBookCloud is a collection of eBooks and other resources for middle school and high school students and teachers. Enjoy graphic novels, classic literature, nonfiction, AP English selections, National Geographic videos, audiobooks and more.
Parents of kindergartners: Haven’t finished reading all the books on the list of “100 Picture Books to Read in Kindergarten”? No worries. Just keep reading to your child and place a sticker on your poster for each book you read, even if it’s not on the list. Need to reread a book? That’s okay too. Just keep reading!
Join us for a Virtual Storytimes for kids.
Enjoy singing, dancing and learning during these Facebook Live storytimes.
- Monday, May 18 at 10:30 AM with Miss Emily
- Tuesday, May 19 at 2 PM with Miss Jen
- Thursday, May 21 at 6:30 PM with Miss Megan
- Friday, May 22 at 11 AM with Miss Julie
Rockin’ Fairy Tales: A Special Virtual Performance with Kevin Devine
We’ll sing, dance, clap and rock in this interactive and energizing concert.
Wednesday, May 20 at 3 PM
Click here for information about how to watch online.
Use the eLibrary from home 24/7 for books, movies, music and more.
Read or listen to books, and read magazines and newspapers
Find Great Reads for Teens with links to popular eBooks and eAudiobooks teens will want to read.
Browse eBooks for children with lists of lists of recommended reading from our youth librarians.
NEW! Read current issues of more than 3,600 magazines now available from RBdigital. Read online or download to read later.
Keep up with national and international news with same-day, full-content digital editions of newspapers and magazines from PressReader. Choose from hundreds of publications in more than two dozen categories.
Watch TV shows and movies
NEW! Watch Acorn TV with the Library’s 7-day all-access pass for an unlimited streaming video experience. Enjoy mysteries, dramas, comedies, documentaries and more from the United Kingdom, as well as Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Spain.
Listen to music
Stream albums or singles from a variety of categories, including award-winners, Broadway musicals, classical, gospel, jazz, Latin, rock, music for kids and families, and more. Temporarily download selections to tablets and cell phones. Browse music on hoopla.
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