The Library Connection Mobile app gives you access to many of Avon Library’s resources, all in one place. Store a digital copy of your library card, search our catalog and place holds, check your library account, see upcoming library events and more! Download the app by going to the Android Google Play Store or the Apple App Store and search for Library Connection Mobile.
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The Avon Free Public Library Children’s Department is happy to announce that our beginning readers “dot books” (orange, pink and purple) also called the Sundance Collection is now available on the Avon Free Public Library website under For Children. It’s the first link on the top! Remember these books? You can now access them digitally!
In order to correctly gain access to the Sundance Collection,you will have to go to this link and click the blue registration button. You will be asked to set up your own account with the usual information, but make sure to put in our Sundance registration ID, 01621528 before entering everything else in and clicking continue. If you did everything right, you should be able to login to your account and read this awesome collection of easy reading books. Read on and enjoy!
Choose from more than 25,000 eBooks and eAudiobooks on the Palace Project app, the Connecticut State Library’s free app, with any Connecticut library card. For Avon Library cardholders, the Palace Project app will also provide access to Avon Library’s collection of eBooks and eAudiobooks available from Overdrive.
Please note, the SimplyE app is no longer available for use with the State Library’s e-content collection.
For most items in the collection:
- 3 week loan period
- Up to 3 checkouts and 5 holds at a time
Get the Palace Project app
Hello Everyone! We invite you and your children to gather around and listen as Kari Ann shares story.
Presented by the Farmington Valley Podcast Network.
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We are happy to bring you a new podcast produced by the Farmington Valley Podcast Network, we invite you and your children to follow along or practice listening skills as Kari Ann reads “The Bird with Golden Feathers: a story from South Africa,” by Barbara Baumgartner. Click here to listen to the story.
This story is from Good As Gold: stories of values from around the world / Barbara Baumgartner, Illustrated by Amanda Hall. London: DK, c1998.
See your work in print in AFPL’s art and literary magazine for tweens and teens! Accepting submissions from grades 5-12.
Flash fiction stories may be up to 1000 words.
Art, poetry, games, and more must be 1 page or under.
28 creators will be featured!
Submissions are open to participants in the Teen Writing Block, TRU, TAB, Tween Art, the Creative Circle, the Book-ish Club, and Open Art Studio.
Sign-up by April 13 for priority placement!
Submissions accepting now through April 20
TAB members only!
Volunteer to be a junior editor! Work with library staff to submit your work and determine the magazine’s look and feel! Work with other creators to help them tell their story! Apply here.