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Awesome Library

“In 1995, Dr. R. Jerry Adams began developing an Internet library database.   Federal funds were used to sponsor a Web site that allowed the public to gain access to the privately held database.   In 1996 a second federal program sponsored a Web interface under the name of “Library-in-the-Sky” so that the public could continue to gain access.

In May of 1997, the Evaluation and Development Insitute (EDI) began offering the database through the Web portal “Awesome Library.”   EDI, co-owner of the database, has also issued licenses to other organizations to utilize it.”


BigCrayon.com ®

“Welcome to America’s first Family Safe Internet Shopping Club and Playground for Children. Absolutely free for members and non-profit organizations.”

“Help your favorite charity with each purchase.”


CyberSleuth Kids

“Welcome to CyberSleuth-Kids.Com, an online search engine and guide for the K-12 student. CyberSleuth-Kids is the creation of the hard work of a teacher and the volunteers that make this site possible. The goal of CyberSleuth-Kids is to provide a safe educational online database of links to help the student sift through the maze of information.”


Factmonster

“Fact Monster is an ideal reference site for kids ages 8-14 that provides entertainment and educational resources.”


First Gov for Kids

“This site was developed and is maintained by the Federal Citizen Information Center. It provides links to Federal kids’ sites along with some of the best kids’ sites from other organizations all grouped by subject.”


Great Web Sites for Kids

“Sites recommended by the Association for Library Services to Children (American Library Association)”


Kids Online Resources

“Directory for Parents, Families, Teens, and Children.”


Kids Search – Where Kid’s Search the Internet

“Let’s face it, kids are curious. They love to learn and find information on the internet. Whether it be online books, games, homework help etc. – anything that can be found, will be found by our kids. This is great BUT, while they are searching, it is very possible for typos to happen and cause unwanted adult sites appearing in our kid’s search results.”

“We at Kids Search™ believe that our children should be able to surf the internet safely. This is why we created Kids Search. All searches made through Kids Search will first check against our Database to screen out any potential search that could result in adult websites. If our filter misses anything, Google’s SafeSearch™ Technology is our backup and will additionally block adult Websites and Images from Kid’s Searches.”


KidSites

“KidSites.com lists only the best kids sites we find on the net. Each site is approved by our staff before being included in our listings. If you want the best sites for your kids, come to KidSites.com!”

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