How to keep the kids occupied during holiday break? Try TumbleBooks - a collection of ebooks you can use on your computer! TumbleBooks has picture books, chapter books, and nonfiction books for young readers, all in a multimedia presentation with text, sound and animation. Some books even have associated games to play, and there are also language learning books and videos from National Geographic.
To access TumbleBooks, start at chandlerlibrary.org, hover your mouse over the Kids & Teens tab, then choose Kids. Scroll down to find the yellow TumbleBooks graphic on the right side of the page, and click it to begin. You’ll need your library card and PIN if you’re signing in from home. Then you can browse books by category or use the TumbleSearch option at the top to search by author, title or reading level.
Can’t make it in to the library to get a card? We now offer eCards that allow access to our online resources, including TumbleBooks! If you’re a Maricopa County resident, you can fill out the online form to register for your eCard. See more at our Get a Library Card page. eCard users can come in to the library at any time to upgrade to a full-access card that allows checkout of books and other physical materials.