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Summer Reading Resources:

Digital book Collections

Destiny Collection of Resources

eBooks in Destiny - How to search, preview, check-out and return

myON for Elementary Schools - a collection of fiction an nonfiction ebooks.  Go to the ECSD homepage and log into the CORE and they are listed in Student Resources

Northwest Florida Public Library  - NWFPL has an extensive e-book collection and every ECSD student has an account. 

  • Click on “My Account” to login
    • PIN: last 4 digits of home phone number listed in Focus.  If there is not a phone number listed in Focus, use 9999
    • Username: 1236590+6 digit student id
  • Click on Home
  • Click on Borrow - Choose eBooks
    • World Book Online: articles, e-books, videos, activities, etc.
    • TumblebooksStory BooksRead AlongsE-BooksGraphic Novel, Non-Fiction, Videos by National Geographic, Language Learning: Spanish and French
    • Storyline Online - videos featuring actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.

Gale Resources - full-text articles, videos and eBooks; Go to the ECSD homepage and log into the CORE and they are listed in Student Resources

Florida Electronic Library - full-text articles, videos, and e-books. 

List of Authors and Illustrators reading their books online

Professional Resources

School Libraries


The Escambia County School District Innovation Center program seeks to promote a culture of literacy and learning to foster independent readers, self-directed learners, and responsible digital citizens. 


The mission of the school Innovation Centers and school Innovation Specialists is to amplify  the classroom experience.  It is a place where students, teachers, administration, and staff can explore, learn, create and collaborate.  Innovation Specialists also foster a love of reading and learning in addition to modeling current technologies to assist students in becoming proficient, successful, and ethical users of information.   


  • To support the reading habits and curiosities of students, teachers, and families by providing access to updated print and digital resources that represent diverse perspectives.

  • To provide students, teachers, and families opportunities to innovate and create through imagining, tinkering, playing, and experimenting in flexible and inviting learning spaces.

  • To collaborate with classroom teachers to design learning experiences that enhance curriculum and support student achievement.

  • To empower students voices through teaching and modeling digital citizenship using the Internet, social media, online tools, and global virtual connections.

Monday Message:

School Libraries Make a Difference