Hamilton residents of all ages are eligible to obtain a library card at the Circulation Desk.  For a child who has not finished 8th grade or reached 14 years of age, it is the choice of the parent or guardian as to when the child may obtain a library card. The adult must present proof of residency and a picture ID when signing the registration form. The child must be present to obtain a card. If the parent’s or guardian’s card is not in good standing the child will be denied a card until the parent’s or guardian’s account is cleared.

Please Note:  Parents and other caregivers, not the library staff, are responsible for determining what their child may read, listen to, or view.

Internet Policy & Safety

Ruff Ruffman Humble Media Genius

This site from PBS Kids focuses on helping kids become savvy technology users. It uses videos to cover topic such as green tech, staying safe, living online and finding what you want.


Bendy Bookworm Yoga Story Time

Join Danielle, children’s librarian and yoga teacher, in reading and moving!

Cape May County Park & Zoo Virtual Zoo School

Thirty-seven days worth of videos for learning about various animals plus challenges you can do at home.


Practice basic computer science, learn how to write programs in a variety of computer languages, or create your own apps or games!


Have fun playing a large variety of games that feature your favorite Disney characters.

First Palette

First Palette is filled with kids’ crafts, art activities, and printable pages designed to nurture creativity and promote learning.


Funbrain offers more than 100 fun games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy, for kids from preschool through grade 8.


Click onto this site for some ideas to entertain yourself, your friends, and your family.  You’ll find crafts, recipes, magic tricks, games, jokes, science experiments, and more.

Hamilton PAL Safety Town

Includes information about the summer Safety Town sessions and a link to download the application

Music Therapy Associates

Presents a daily “Music Made Mobile” series at 9:30 a.m., as well as a special “Songs to Make You Smile” on Fridays at 10:30 a.m.  All sessions are recorded, so if you can’t make the live session, watch whenever you’d like!


Watch videos and play games with all your favorite PBS characters.  Parents can sign up to receive a daily newsletter with activities and tips to help their kids play and learn at home while schools are closed.


Program and share interactive media such as stories, games, and animation.  Designed and maintained by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab.

Sesame Street

Preschoolers can play games or watch videos, and parents can find activities for families to share.

Librarian sitting on books


A+ Click

On A+ Click, you’ll find math and logic problems, sorted by grade level and subject.

Arcademics Skill Builders

Play dozens of arcade-style games to build knowledge in math, language arts, geography and more!

Bedtime Math

Before or after your nightly bedtime story, solve a fun family math problem!

Brainfuse Help Now.

Get live one on one tutoring from 2pm – 11 pm!  Also includes skill building activities. Allyou need is your library card number. Paid for by the NJ State Library.  Learn more now.

CK-12 Foundation

Kids of all ages can learn math, science, and social studies by reading or watching videos.


Learn a language for free.

Fact Monster

Learn fun facts about tons of topics, and play games, too!


Kids and parents can find information about staying healthy and safe.

Math Game Time

Students can practice math skills through games, videos, and worksheets.

NASA Space Place

Explore Earth and space through games, crafts and activities.

Touchable Earth

Kids teach other kids about the world. Taught entirely by children 8 – 11 years old, in short videos, Touchable Earth promotes tolerance for gender, culture, and identity.


ALA Notable Children’s Books

This is a list of the most creative, outstanding books published in the previous calendar year.

ALSC Book and Media Awards

Click on the name of each award to see lists of award-winning books.

Audible Stories

While schools are closed, listen to a variety of stories with your computer, tablet or phone.  Several languages are available.

Children’s Book Council

Gather ideas about what to read, and learn what’s new.

MCPL Juvenile Series and Sequels

Search for series books by series title, author, book title, or subject.

Reading Is Fundamental

Read, sing, play, and share stories together.


Please Note: There may be ads associated with videos hosted on YouTube. Click on the Internet Policy & Safety Link above for more information.


Follow on Facebook for easy access to over 100 story videos, as well as links to virtual author festivals and other events.

Author Fan Faceoff

Check out a 10-15 minute video of super fans quizzing authors on their work. 

100+ Video Read Alouds

presented by the Indianapolis Public Library

Bendy Bookworm Yoga Story Time

Join Danielle, children’s librarian and yoga teacher, in reading and moving!

Gotham Reads Series

Videos of authors and celebrities reading awesome stories, assembled by The Gotham Group production company, with new additions each weekday.

HarperKids on YouTube

Picture book read-alouds from Harper Collins Publishers

Peachtree Publishing Remote Learning

Click for fun stories on Instagram, drawing and craft videos, virtual author visits, and more.

Read & Learn with Simon Kids on YouTube

Simon & Schuster presents storytime videos, nonfiction book snippets, sing-alongs, drawing tutorials and more.

Read Together, Be Together

Click above for Storytime videos from Penguin Random House, in partnership with Parents magazine.  The website also includes reading tips, booklists, and pintables. Additional resources on Random House Kids Instagram page

Snack & Read LIVE with Simon Kids on Facebook

Live read-alouds and activities with authors and illustrators, live on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 2 p.m. EST

Storyline Online

Listen to books read by authors and celebrities!