Northern Beaches Libraries has three educational games, CoderZ, Rainforest Coding and Busy Things, for young kids that are interactive and lots of fun. For eBooks and storytelling, we have wonderful resources that make reading a little extra fun. 

Story Box Library is an educational website created for children where stories by local authors and illustrators are read aloud by Australian and New Zealand storytellers. All you need is your library card number to log in. 


CoderZ is an online, interactive environment that helps kids learn science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by coding virtual 3D robots. The CoderZ platform is aimed at kids aged 10 and over. To log in, navigate to the Join a Library tab and enter your library card number under Library code. You can then create a username and password and select your grade. 

Rainforest Coding

Rainforest Coding is an exciting adventure filled with robots! It is an an online learning environment that features instructional animated and interactive tutorials to teach young kids all about coding. 


Busy Things

Busy Things is a wonderfully quirky online educational resource! Filled with fun, humorous characters and lively colourful settings, children love to play these fun and educational games & activities!


Tumblebook Library

TumbleBook Library is an online collection of animated talking picture books. The collection also includes reading comprehension quizzes and educational games. Need help with Tumblebook Library? Find out how to navigate the platform here .

eBooks and eAudiobooks

Remember how great it was to listen to stories and imagine the worlds you were hearing about? Give the kids the same valuable experience and download an eAudiobook to play from your device.

Audiobooks and eBooks are also great for travelling. Take a look at what’s on offer.


Storyline Online

Storyline Online is a streaming video program featuring well-known actors reading children's books aloud.

There are great stories that you’ll recognise and that the kids will love.   


Who next...?

A guide to children's authors. When children ask: “Who can I read next?” or “Who writes like my favourite author?”, the answers are here in Who Next…?