ALSC announces 2020 Notable Children’s Digital Media list

For Immediate Release
Thu, 03/19/2020


Laura Schulte-Cooper

Program Officer, Communications


CHICAGO — The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), is pleased to announce its 2020 list of outstanding digital media for children. The list includes real-time, dynamic and interactive media content for children 14 years of age and younger that enables and encourages active engagement and social interaction while informing, educating and entertaining in exemplary ways.

The media selected include:

Apart of Me. iOS/Android. 
Aquation: The Freshwater Access Game. iOS/Android.
Arithmagic - Math Wizard Game. iOS/Android/Amazon.
Bandimal. iOS.
Career Girls. Web.
The Cat in the Hat Builds That. iOS/Android/Amazon.
Drops. iOS/Android. 
Funexpected Math. iOS.
GoNoodle - Kids Videos. iOS/Android/Amazon.
Hopster Coding Safari. iOS. 
Jet’s Bot Builder. iOS/Android/Amazon. 
Little Chickies / Los Pollitos. iOS/Android.
Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia. iOS/Android/Amazon.
Me: A Kid’s Diary. iOS.
My Child Lebensborn. iOS/Android.
NAMOO - Wonders of Plant Life. iOS/Android.
Novel Effect. iOS/Android.
OurStory Kids. Android.
PEEP Family Science: Colors. iOS/Android.
Pokémon Playhouse. iOS/Android/Amazon.
Puku: Learn New Words. iOS/Android.
Sago Mini Village. iOS/Android/Amazon. 
Storyline Online. iOS/Android.
Tami’s Tower. iOS/Android/Amazon. 
Think & Learn Code-a-pillar. iOS/Android/Amazon.
Thinkrolls: Space. iOS/Android/Amazon.
Who Was? Adventure. iOS.

For an annotated 2020 list, including recommended grade ranges, visit the ALSC website. More information about all the children's notable media lists is available on the ALSC website.

Members of the 2020 Notable Children's Digital Media Committee are: Alec Chunn, co-chair, Eugene (Oregon) Public Library; Laura Bos, co-chair, Mount Prospect (Illinois) Public Library; Heather Love Beverley, Cook Memorial Public Library District, Libertyville, Illinois; Laura Duncan, Los Angeles Public Library; AnnMarie Kolakowski, Pasadena (California) Public Library; Kelsey Matoushek, Broome County (New York) Public Library; Taylor Worley, Springfield (Oregon) Public Library; and Seungyeon Yang-Peace, Las Vegas Clark County Library District.