Access Beanstack challenges HERE.

The Webb City Public Library has a dedicated Children's Library that has books to entice readers of all ages. The Library also subscribes to a few services and databases to help children with learning and entertainment needs. We have a dedicated children's computer lab with 3 stations, that have access to ABC Mouse, along with access to many educational programs and games. Our Youth Service Librarian, Vicki Bibb, hosts a preschool storytime during most of the year on Thursdays at 10:30 AM where she reads a couple of stories and has a craft for the children to do. We also try and have 2 programs throughout the year geared towards homeschoolers, past programs include an art class and readers theatre. Be sure to watch our upcoming events calendar located on our homepage!

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Children's Computers

We have 3 computers for children aged 12 and under. We have a subscription to ABCmouse.com that can be accessed for free in the computer lab or by being connected to our WiFi network within the library.

ABCmouse.com: From Age of Learning, Inc., the award-winning ABCmouse.com curriculum is designed to help young children (ages 2-6+) build a strong foundation for future academic success. ABCmouse.com is 100% educational, with 3,500+ learning activities across all major subject areas—reading, math, science, social studies, art, and music. Best of all, kids love it!

Explora - Middle School

Find magazines, newspapers, science information, online books and topic overviews appropriate for the Middle School level. To access click HERE.


MoLib2Go for Kids & Teens

Did you know MoLib2Go offers books for kids and teens! There is a special section just for you! If you have a valid Webb City Public Library card you can access them on any smartphone, tablet, or computer!

For the dedicated ebooks page for kids click HERE.

For the dedicated ebooks page for teens click HERE.

DrivingTests.org

Webb City Public Library announces a partnership with Driving-Tests.org, a company dedicated to driver safety and education, to offer free Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) practice tests to library patrons. The new service includes free tests specifically based on the state’s DMV materials. It is the only site of its kind to include accessibility tools that let users hear selections read aloud, make them into MP3s, translate pages into other languages, magnify text, and mask portions of the screen for greater visibility on the practice tests.

This partnership allows the Library to harness the power of Driving-Tests.org’s specialized practice exams to turn new drivers into safer drivers. The new program will work as an outreach to several valued groups of patrons, including teens, those with disabilities, and seniors who need to take a renewal exam, as well as patrons at every other stage of life.

To get started go to this link: http://webbcitylibrary.driving-tests.org/