Eastern Shore Public Library

Reading Resources-jlgDigital, NoveList, StoryJumper and World Book

NoveList Plus

NoveList K-8 Plus
NoveList Plus

Visit NoveList K-8 Plus and NoveList Plus for reading recommendations on fiction and nonfiction books. This service is funded by the Library of Virginia and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.


Junior Library Guild Digital is an unlimited collection of ebooks and eAudio for students K-12. The content is refreshed every 30 days so there is always something new to read!

To access JLGDIG on your mobile device, download the JLGDig app for iOS or Android in the Apple app stores or on Google Play.

To use JLGDIG on a computer, <click here>

If you encounter a log in screen, please use the following credentials:

username: VirginiaReader

password: VirginiaReader

Once logged in, you can use the filter to the upper right hand of the search bar to control grade levels, fiction, non-fiction, audio and ebook versions.

The Just for Kids Streaming Video Collection includes clips from thousands of fun and informative video and audio titles on topics including music and arts, animals, sports and hobbies, math and science, history, reading, and much more, plus hundreds of educational interactives—kid-safe, ad-free, and perfect for children’s programs.


Visit StoryJumper for online reading fun.


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Early World of Learning, World Book Online’s early childhood digital resource, is a child’s first encyclopedia, eBook, and introduction to core early concepts.  With read-aloud across all functions, the 60 stories in “World of Reading” and “Trek’s Travels” tie learning together through videos, games, and printable activities.  Twelve stories are available in both Spanish and English, and the worksheets also offer written instructions in Spanish.  Classic songs, nursery rhymes, and fairy tales complete the program and are often included in the lesson plan for each story.

This service is funded by the Library of Virginia and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

This site is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services. It is managed by the The Library of Virginia Library Development and Networking Division.