National Geographic Kids will take younger users on amazing adventures through science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space.
National Geographic Kids
Fun and substantive, National Geographic Kids will take younger users on amazing adventures through science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space. This archive includes; National Geographic Kids magazine from 2009 to recent issues (three-month embargo); 200 National Geographic Kids books; and 500 downloadable images.
How do I login?
Accessing National Geographic Kids is simple. Just enter your library card number and click ‘Sign In’. Happy exploring.
Watch Australian stories read by some of our finest storytellers, on your computer, tablet or Smartphone.
Story Box Library
The Story Box Library is a collection of stories for children and families, written by celebrated children’s authors and illustrators, read by a diverse range of everyday storytellers – sportspeople, musicians, grandparents, teenagers, comedians, actors, with varying accents and from different cultures – each sharing past and present book titles. The result is meaningful, entertaining readings that focus on both teller and tale.
How do I login?
You will be reading stories with celebrities in no time when you follow these simple login instructions. To begin click ‘LOG IN’ in the top righthand corner of the screen.
You will be directed to the generic login page. Underneath the generic login there is a button that reads ‘Click here for library barcode login’: click it.
On the login screen choose ‘Somerset Regional Council’ from the drop-down menu (if you start typing it will appear) and enter your library card number into the respective field. Finally, click ‘LOG IN’ to access your account. Enjoy.
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