In response to the ongoing events, our librarians curated a list of anti-racism books that are available in our system.
Listen Up! Perfect Podcasts for Kids
Kids bored or stressed? Need some fresh ideas? These Hoopla titles can help revive, inform and renew your kids and family.
Learn a new skill, start a new hobby or just find some fun with one of these ebooks from Hoopla.
Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids by Rob Elliott
These one-liners, tongue twisters and knock-knock jokes are perfect for the young comedian.
Hand Shadow Fun by Frank Jacobs
Titles on Hoopla
Spring is here and we are past the last frost date in our gardening zone. Check out the collection of digital gardening resources below to get you started in your southern garden. Growing your own veggies or enjoying flowers is good for the soul! For specific gardening questions, the Northern Alabama Master Gardeners are answering email questions at: MGdesk@mginfo.org
Do your kids miss storytime? So do we! Be sure to check out our Huntsville Madison County Public Library YouTube channel to see some of your favorite Youth Services Librarians hosting storytimes, STEM activities, puppet shows and more. Need more storytime fun? Why not try your own storytime at home? These favorite books and tunes will get you started.
I have used all these books in storytimes..They are kid and librarian approved!
Celebrate Free Comic Book Day with Hoopla Graphic Novels for Kids
Celebrate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month with these books for kids
Spend quality time with your family watching one of these great films. All you need is your library card!
Robert Bloch- Bloch was an author of mystery, crime, horror and science-fiction. His fiction is spiked with his sinister sense of humor and surprise twist-endings. He also wrote for films and television. Most modern writers credit Bloch with being an early inspiration in their lives. If you only know Norman Bates from Alfred Hitchcock’s film Psycho, it’s safe to say you don’t know Norman Bates. Hoopla will get you caught up with Bloch’s original Psycho trilogy. (For the record, Psycho II was the first book that kept me up all night reading because I had to find out how it ended.)