Welcome to the Knoxville Innovation School’s library. Below you will find various databases and resources to help you complete research and borrow books. Parents, contact your teacher for at-home access codes and passwords.
Search the KiP collection for new books and games. Registered students may check out books for up to two weeks.
There are four levels. Start with the Kids (up to Grade 5) level and move up or down from there.
This science encyclopedia offers a ton of reading about your favorite science topics.
This ebook collection serves up true stories about history, people, and science.
Project Gutenberg’s Children’s Bookshelf offers thousands of free ebooks for kids.
An online encyclopedia for curious kids. It includes a handy dictionary for looking up vocabulary words!
This large e-book collection has a range of books. Try searching for specific authors or titles with which you are already familiar. Talk to your classroom teacher about login information.
Visit America’s most important museum collections online. Art, history, science, space, the African American experience, and more are at the click of mouse!
The British Museum presents an interactive tool to examine world history.
This site offers age-appropriate book, game, and media recommendations for parents.
National Geographic Kids offers an online encyclopedia of interesting facts about science, animals, the world, and more.
Advanced searchers and newshounds will find InfoPlease a helpful resource for web-based searches.
Beginner searchers will like Fact Monster’s easy-to-use search engine.
Mid-Continent Public Library offers lists of series and sequels for young readers. Organized in severals ways, this is a wonderful place to start your search for a new book.
Storyline Online streams videos featuring famous actors reading books aloud. Enjoy a story read by your favorite celebrity!
Biblionasium is the kid-safe version of Good Reads. Find out what other kids think of books you’ve read. Check with your teacher for our class code.
No Flying No Tights offers thoughtful reviews of graphic novels and comics.
How Stuff Works offers an award-winning source of unbiased, reliable, easy-to-understand answers and explanations of how the world actually works.
This literacy-focused ebook collection offers a wide range of books designed to inspire young readers.
Learn more about the world’s largest book sharing movement.
The American Library Association offers reading lists around themes and reading interests. The children’s reading lists include high-quality choices for every reader.
The Reading Rockets Book Finder allows parents to search for reading choices for their young readers.
Knoxville Innovation School
Conveniently located near West Town Mall | Knoxville, Tennessee
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