Just because school’s out and many of us are sheltering in place, that doesn’t mean reading and learning have to come to a halt. If you’re a teacher who uses Epic, you can invite families to use Epic Free. Here’s how it works.
With Epic Free, students can access a limited library of select titles for up to two hours a week free of charge. Here are just some of the great titles kids can enjoy on Epic Free this summer.
Ages 5 & under
With fun topics like superheroes, baby animals, nursery rhymes and dinosaurs, we’ve got a wide selection of books your preschooler can read with you or on their own with our Read-To-Me feature. Check out these recommendations from our expert librarian.
By Sue Fliess, illustrated by Khoa Le
The soft glow of a candle, the blink of a firefly, a burst of fireworks—show your preschooler how light is everywhere in our world.
By Kim Mitzo Thompson, Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand; Illustrated by Ivy Dad
Can’t beat the classics! Sing along word-for-word about farm animals and the funny noises they make in this Read-To-Me.
By: Jonathan Bentley
When you’re little, it’s hard to win races, open the cookie jar and be listened to.
This cute picture book teaches young kids that sometimes little is exactly the right size.
No need to visit the library to keep up the learning fun. This Epic collection is filled with picture books, graphic novels, chapter books and nonfiction books kids love. Here are a few of our faves.
By Bobbi JG Weiss, illustrated by Sparky Moore
In this Disney classic graphic novel, young Simba just can’t wait to be the next king of Pride Rock, but when tragedy strikes, his fate is in jeopardy.
By Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, illustrated by Bryan Collier
Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews reads the words and plays his trumpet in this readalong that transports young readers to New Orleans and beyond!
By Amanda Noll, illustrated by Howard McWilliam
Join Ethan as he tries to help his sister find her own monster with the perfect blend of cute and creepy.
We handpicked these chapter books, graphic novels and nonfiction books just for older kids and tweens.
By: Peter Bunzl
Join Lily Hartman, a clockmaker’s son, and her mechanimal fox, Malkin, in their search for her father in this steampunk mystery chapter book.
By Marie-Louise Gay, David Homel
Charlie is doubtful of his “staycation,” but see what happens after he decides that there may be adventure and profit to be had in his own neighborhood.
By Sara Green
Here’s one for the video game fans! From the arcade to the home, Nintendo brings adventure and innovation to the gaming world.
Your kid can learn all about it in this engaging nonfiction book.
That’s our list!
Be safe and happy reading!