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Icon for Busy Things.Busythings is a world of fun for children aged two to twelve years.

With hundreds of activities to discover in the areas of literacy, numeracy, creative development and general knowledge, learning has never been so silly!

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Comics Plus

A laptop, a tablet, and a phone, all displaying comics.Comics Plus provides unlimited, simultaneous access to thousands of comics, with no waiting and no limits. All you need is your library card and PIN.  The Children’s Collection can be accessed via the LibraryPass app, or from your browser.

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Kanopy Kids

A woman holding a tablet and reading to two small children. They are all sitting inside a cubby made from a sheet.Kanopy Kids provides access to TV series, learning languages, animated storybooks, Anime favourites, classic films and family movies suitable for children. You will need your email address, library card number and PIN to create an account. You have unlimited borrows from Kanopy Kids items.

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Icon for LibraryCraft.Calling all Minecraft players!

LibraryCraft is a free Minecraft Java Edition server for 7 to 17 year olds in Western Australia. You can take part in monthly competitions, play Survival or Creative, and get stuck into minigames!

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OverDrive Kids eReading Room

Icon for OverDrive Kids.OverDrive Kids eReading Room just for kids provides a safe and easy browsing experience for children. The eReading Room shows items suitable for children, where they can browse, place holds and borrow eBooks appropriate for their age range and reading level. Use your library card number, no PIN required. Borrow up to 10 items for up to 21 days.

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Story Box Library

Storytime and activities anytime!Story Box Library provides a place where children can connect and engage with the wonderful world of Australian Children’s Literature. Listen to stories read by Australian storytellers who add meaningful and entertaining readings. Supported by State Library of WA’s Better Beginnings program.

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