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RBdigital Magazines

  

Read your favorite magazines in electronic format. Here's how:

  1. Create an RBdigital Magazines account with an email and password or use your RBdigital account if you have one.
  2. Mobile users: Download the right app for your device (also good for RBdigital audiobooks!)
  3. Visit the site through FVRL or the app and check out magazines to enjoy.
  4. Read the FAQs if you have questions.
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Research in Context

  

Find resources on a wide range of subjects in this one-stop research source (including citation information) aimed at upper elementary and middle school students.

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Science in Context

  

Find authoritative science information: full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, experiments, images, videos, audio files, and links to vetted websites.

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SIRS Discoverer

  

Get articles from magazines, newspapers, and U.S. government documents with the young researcher in mind.

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TumbleBookCloud

  

Stream eBooks, graphic novels, videos, and audiobooks of high interest to tweens and teens, as well as classics and some teacher-assigned titles.

You'll need an internet connection only—no downloading!

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TumbleBooks

  

Peruse animated, talking picture books, puzzles, and resources for kids and families in TumbleBooks.

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Washington Talking Book & Braille Library

Learn about free services, such as downloadable audio or audiobooks by mail, available to Washington residents who are unable to read standard print material.

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World Book Early Peoples

  

Explore the native cultures of indigenous peoples around the world. Learn about daily life, where they lived, what they ate, how they survived, and even their religions.

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World Book Inventions and Discoveries

  

Who discovered the Earth is round? When were motion pictures invented? Find out how things we take for granted today were discovered or invented, from zippers to atomic time.

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World Book Living Green

  

Find out how to reduce your environmental impact, and learn how major industries are working to curb pollution and improve the environment. Includes activities to do at home.

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World Book Online for Kids

  

Find articles, games, science projects, interactive tools, and activities covering a variety of subjects for elementary and middle-school students.

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World Book Student

  

Search for information on any topic. Learn how to do research, write citations, and even create an account to keep track of your research.

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