Online activities for children

Moreland Libraries has purchased a range of online activities for children. These include games, picture books, audio eBooks, puzzles and information resources. 

Library users can access these online activities for free.

Comics Plus Library Edition 

Comics Plus allows users to enjoy thousands of digital graphic novels and comics. Access anytime, anywhere with a web-connected device: tablet, PC or smartphone. 
If you have used Zinio eMagazines before, then you can use the same account to login to Comics Plus .

If not, you will need to click on Create New Account. You will be asked to enter your library card number. This is the number printed on your Moreland City Libraries member card, for example, A2000301xxxxxxxB. Click on Next, then follow the instructions on the screen.

The Big Bus

The Big Bus provides engaging activities for children aged 3 - 12 years.

Children on devices

Britannica Library Edition

Encyclopedia Britannica is a trusted information resource, 3 levels of information for children, teens and adults, which can be accessed at the library or at home.

Busy Things

Busy Things has over 120 online learning games for age 3 and over.

International Children's Digital Library

International Children's Digital Library Free access to children's online picture books in lots of languages including: Arabic, Chinese, Croatian, Hindi, Italian, Spanish and Urdu.

Magpies: talking about books for children

Magpies' The Source is a guide to children's books, poetry and short stories from around the world with an emphasis on Australian and New Zealand material.
You can only search The Source at Internet computers at any Moreland Library.

Children listening to music online

TumbleBook

TumbleBook allows you to select from hundreds of eBooks including picturebooks, graphic novels and maths stories.

Ziptales

Ziptales is a free online reading program which contains stories, comics, jokes, plays, puzzles and lots more.

YABBA

YABBA Young Australian Best Book Awards, voted for by the children of Australia.
Find out which books won this year.