Kids Resources

at the Randolph Public Library

Kids Resources

***Children's Musician Matt Heaton and the Outside Toys Live Concert

Matt and his band will be performing a live children's concert daily at 10 a.m. on Facebook live. Visit his site to join in.

Science Experiments from the Adler Planetarium

Looking to bring the lab to your little scientists? Spark curiosity and encourage exploration with the Adler’s Let’s Do Science video series! Designed for families and educators, these engaging at-home experiments use household materials for fun hands-on, minds-on science activities. Experiments range from floating an egg in water to building a space-age lava lamp, and more! Go forth, explore more!

Scholastic Home Learning

Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.

Massachusetts Audubon Young Explorers

Activity sheets to print and get your kids outdoors, plus fun programs and activities for you and your friends and family! 

Great Stone Face Award

2019-2020 Great Stone Face Award Winner. The Great Stone Face Book Award is given annually to an author whose book receives the most votes from 4th through 6th graders throughout the state.


Ladybug Picture Book Award

The Ladybug Picture Book Award is designed to promote early literacy and honor the best in recent children's picture books. A committee of children's librarians from around the state selects 10 picture book titles each spring. Then, during November, New Hampshire children from preschoolers to those in third grade choose the award winner.


Great Websites For Kids

Click on one of the orange subject rectangles at the top of the page to find awesome websites on many topics. Choose one and hit "launch site."



Alexandria Researcher

The Researcher is an exquisitely robust, visually engaging, genuinely intuitive, and easy-to-use library search interface that appeals to both children and adults.

Kids. Click on the compass rose EXPLORE button and choose a topic. Then choose the specific subject you want. It will give you a list of books in the Randolph Public Library's collection. Send an email and we will have them ready for pickup.


NoveList K-8

This fiction and nonfiction database is aimed at helping readers find the books they want to read. Full text reviews and read-alikes are available for many titles. NoveList k-8 allows users to search by author, title, series, theme, or topic.



Explora For Primary Schools

Designed specifically for elementary school students, Explora Primary provides access to articles and facts from magazines and reference books for research papers, class projects or homework.



Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia

This database provides over 25,000 encyclopedic entries covering a variety of subject areas.