At Home Resources
At Home Resources
Wisconsin's Digital Library
The Wisconsin Public Library Consortium partners with OverDrive to provide access to eBooks and eAudiobooks. Bring your device to Friday Memorial Library and let us help you get started. Try the NEW one-tap reading app for the digital library. The Libby app is available for Apple and Android devices. Happy reading! Printable instructions for installing and use of the Libby app.
Freading is a downloadable eBook service with thousands of titles and new ones added each day. Freading eBooks are available with simultaneous access so there are no holds needed. Download to the same bookshelf as Wisconsin's Digital Library for easy access to all your ebooks. Always available! Printable instructions for installing and use.
Flipster is a digital magazine service which allows you to read your favorite magazines on your computer or mobile device.
BadgerLink is a project of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Division for Libraries, Technology, and Community Learning. Its goal is to provide access to quality online information resources for Wisconsin residents in cooperation with the state's public, school, academic, and special libraries and Internet Service Providers.
To take advantage of every aspect of BadgerLink, go to Library Card Access on the right menu. Use your New Richmond Friday Memorial Library card number to sign in.
Ancestry Library Edition
MORE cardholders now have access to Ancestry at home! To access from home, follow these instrutions: Log in to your MORE account with your library card. Select the red box to the upper-right with your username. From your account menu, use the envelope icon to open your messages. Ancestry access info appears at the top of your inbox.
Let your library account lapse, but still want access to digital resources? Sign up for a MORE E-Card by filling out this form. When you've completed the form, you'll receive a numeric e-card code to log on to these resources. Please keep the code! Individuals only need one library record. If you already have a card issued at a MORE-member library, you don't need an e-card.
Managing Your Personal Finances in Tough Times provided by UW-Extension.
Internet Resources for Wisconsin Residents
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Free Opera - Nightly performances from the Met
TumbleBook Library provides access to ebooks for K-6 students. Browse through their collection of quick reads, graphic novels, favorite picture books, read-alongs, non-fiction titles, and more. Playlists, Games, and French and Spanish titles are also available.
TumbleMath provides access to a database of free math ebooks to support your K-6 student in learning a variety of math skills, from counting to fractions and probability, through picture books and graphic novels. Gain free access through our link.
TeenBookCloud from TumbleBooks provides a database of ebooks specifically for 7-12 grade readers but adults will enjoy many of these Young Adult titles as well. Take time to browse this collection of ebook fiction and non-fiction titles, including contemporary fiction, graphic novels, classics, poetry, and more.
AudioBookCloud is an online database of 1400 audiobooks. There are no check-outs, holds, or bulky downloads. Classic literature, science fiction, contemporary titles, and more are available instantly.
Storyline Online provides free children's literacy resources featuring the world's best storytellers reading books aloud. Storyline Online is available 24 hours a day for children, parents, caregivers and educators worldwide. Each book includes supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills.
BreakoutEDU Fun at Home
BreakoutEDU Fun at Home is a collection of free digital games ranging from K-12 that students can play at home. Topics range from science, social studies, language arts, math and more.
Mystery Science is a free online science resource, with videos, discussion questions, and hands-on activities for K-5. Each lesson starts with a question to spark students’ curiosity.
Scholastic Learn at Home
Scholastic Learn at Home provides free remote learning resources for Pre-K through grade 12. Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking and growing.
Code.org will teach your student to learn to code from home. No computer at home? They also link to smartpone apps that teach your student to code through games.
Free Kid's Cooking Classes
Delish is offering free digital cooking classes for kids every weekday at 1:00 pm EST.
Time for Kids
Time for Kids is offering a free digital library for the rest of the school year for grades K-6.