Looking for library and learning resources to keep engaged during this new-normal of school closures and social distancing? Here are some helpful resources below.

***Check back regularly as new resources are added!***

MackinVIA is offering free ebooks to remote learning students: In an effort to provide distance learning materials to students during the COVID-19 health crisis, Mackin and many of our publishers have teamed up to provide free access to an extensive collection of Middle School level multi-user eBooks at no charge until September 30, 2020.

To access, go to their website, type in Odle Middle School for your school. User ID is Odle and Password is ebooks

Bellevue School district has a partnership with the King County Library System: Through a partnership between the Bellevue School District and King County Library System, all students K-12 enrolled in BSD schools have access to a KCLS e-card. This card allows students access to all KCLS digital materials, including databases, eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, and homework help. Students can seamlessly log in from school, home or from any computer or device. Only log in when prompted.

E-books available now through KCLS:

Additional Library and learning resources (PDF)

A collection of live streams, free resources from publishers and non-profits, other reading links, and many other resources.

Junior Library Guild Digital Online Reading Platform: FREE and unlimited access to read online books. User names and passwords are not needed when you use your computer. Click your book-stream choice below and you’ll automatically be logged in.

Abdo Digital Bookshelf: Schools and libraries are navigating unchartered territory right now, and we want to help our customers any way we can.  One thing we can do is make sure that no child will be without access to books while schools and libraries are closed to the public. FREE access to all of our eBooks and databases through June, 2020.


The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.